You may or may not want to emulate the new breakfast offerings from Starbucks—six “healthy” breakfast options, each carefully configured for takeout portability. But you definitely want to try the product produced by one of its $11,000 Clover 1s coffeemakers, which brew regular coffee—not espresso—a single cup at a time. Starbucks tested a few of these machines and then quickly bought the company that manufacturers them. Starbucks won’t sell one to you, but some of the 250 pre-Starbucks ...
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