A coffee maker that lets people drink coffee, and then later sell it, at home can now be found in Australia.
The Coffee-Maker website says that, after the US-based startup failed to get the green light to open in Australia, it has been turned down by several coffee brands.
It said it had been approved by the Australian Food and Drug Administration to sell in the country, but it was unclear whether the Australian coffee market had been fully opened to this new product.
The product is designed to be used by individuals, not small-business owners, to produce coffee, using a portable coffee maker, a wireless communication system, and other accessories.
In the US, the company behind the product, Blue Bottle Coffee, is still struggling to win approval for its product.
It is now offering its product in limited quantities in limited locations around the country.