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In a city where coffee is still a hot topic, latte machines are becoming increasingly popular in coffee shops.

The popular coffee makers have become so popular that the city’s largest chain has started selling them at a discount.

Some people also say the machines are less noisy than traditional coffee makers.

But some coffee-related businesses have complained about the machines’ odor.

And some of them have been sued.

Latte machines cost around $2,500 to $3,000.

But the city of Chicago recently decided to ban them.

It’s because of the machines that some coffee shops have been forced to close.

One latte machine is a model that uses an automated wash machine that is designed to clean coffee grounds and pour coffee in a cup, according to the Chicago Tribune.

The machines also are meant to be disposable.

The owner of a Starbucks in suburban Chicago said he is worried about the machine washing coffee, which could cause the machine to explode, and he’s been working to improve the machine.

The owner of one other coffee shop in Chicago said the machines were supposed to be washed once a week, but he’s heard the machines can be cleaned in about 10 minutes.

Another latte maker, a coffee shop chain called Caffè Nero, sells two machines for $2 each, but they’re not always the most comfortable to use.

It takes about 20 minutes to use them.

In the meantime, some people have started posting about the odors in the machines on social media.

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