Two terminals at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City will be opening coffee bars equipped with high-tech espresso machines from the company Slayer, known for its cult following among coffee fanatics.
The two Slayer coffee machines will be placed in Croque Madame cafe in Terminal 2 and Bar Brace cafe in Terminal 3, the New York Times reports.
La Guardia International Airport installed two Slayer machines in its terminals earlier this year, offering coffee roasted by Barismo, a high-end coffee roaster operating outside of Boston, Massachusetts. John F. Kennedy Airport's Slayer coffee bars will reportedly offer Colombian el Jordan and Indonesian Sulawesi Toarco coffee brewed to order.
The bars in the airport are also committed to adapting the high-end coffee they offer to the dynamics of an airport, according to the news source. Passengers who are in a rush can get their coffee in a paper cup, and those with a bit more time can enjoy their cappuccino in a porcelain demitasse cup, like in airports in Paris or Rome.
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