There is also a bunch of different coffee paraphernalia available from this site, from coffee makers to grinders, as well as coffee appreciation classes, which would only make sense if you're in Australia. Still, there's an online community to help you out with your coffee quandaries.We like the Otto coffee maker pictured in the first photo. It's extremely expensive, but looks great and must make the perfect cup of espresso. It's actually based upon the Atomic coffee maker, which was first produced in 1947, and is still being produced. This modern re-interpretation sells for about twice the price of the Atomic, which is about $720, which seems a bit insane to us, since, for that price, you can easily purchase a very expensive espresso machine live the Breville Burr pictured above.