This is the Clover Brewer:
It's not a very attractive machine (even with the Hipstamatic app), but it makes the best damn coffee I have ever tasted.
This particular machine is located at the Starbucks at the Barnes & Noble in Old Town Pasadena. The barristas are very proud of the Clover Brewer. They speak about it reverently, almost as if it is a religious artifact with healing powers.
I hesitate to describe this coffee as "magical." Chocolate can be magical; coffee is just tasty. But this coffee is really, really, really, really, really damn tasty. I always doctor my coffee with a splash of milk. This coffee is so good, I drink it black.
According to one friendly barrista, the Clover Brewer works like a reverse french press. It's an expensive machine and only 100 Starbucks locations have one. (Thank you, Starbucks, for sending one to Pasadena).
I am pretty certain that you can brew anything in the Clover Brewer - dirt, lima beans, old toothpaste - and it will still taste good. If you are ever within a hundred miles of a Clover Brewer, you simply must get a cup.