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Angelo Moriondo’s Espresso Machine
Espresso

Origin

Angelo Moriondo

Type

Coffee Maker

Effects

Brews stimulative, steady supply of coffee

Downsides

Gives every person in vicinity a cup

Activation

Pulling lever

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Artie's Office

Date of Collection

March 12, 1922

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OriginEdit

Angelo Moriondo invented the earliest espresso machine, winning bronze at the Turin General Expo. Although always tinkering away, every iteration was designed to mass-produce only, not brew individual cups.

All the original models were destroyed, although the patents still exist. However, one sample did survive and was heavily modified by Desiderio Pavoni for better functionability.

EffectsEdit

Pouring a cup will create a little mug for every person within the range of 10 yards away. The vessel will always refill with warm coffee until it feels the consumer has enjoyed a satisfactory amount. Each drink provides a long-lasting endorphin rush that boosts energy levels and concentration for a couple hours, without the nasty caffeine dip after.

Since agents are always in need of some strong brew to keep them lucid during long briefings and post-mission blues, Artie keeps it in his kitchen.

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