Bodum Coffee Maker, Pour Over Coffee Maker with Permanent Filter, Black Band, 34 Ounce

December 30, 2017 - Comment

The POUR OVER promises excellent, rich taste and robust aroma while maintaining the natural oils of the ground coffee. For the perfect cup of coffee, simply fill the cone-shaped filter with freshly ground coffee and pour a small amount of heated water over them until soaked. Slowly pour the remaining hot water into the filter.

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The POUR OVER promises excellent, rich taste and robust aroma while maintaining the natural oils of the ground coffee. For the perfect cup of coffee, simply fill the cone-shaped filter with freshly ground coffee and pour a small amount of heated water over them until soaked. Slowly pour the remaining hot water into the filter. Coffee will drip into the mouth-blown, borosilicate glass carafe and, in 3-4 minutes, will be ready to serve. Remove the filter from the carafe before serving and enjoy!

Product Features

  • POUR OVER COFFEE: Manual pour over coffee maker allows you to brew an excellent cup of coffee in minutes
  • STAINLESS STEEL: Includes a permanent, stainless steel mesh filter that helps extract your coffee’s aromatic oils and subtle flavors instead of being absorbed by a paper filter
  • COFFEE CARAFE: Made of durable, heat-resistant borosilicate glass with color band detailing that is both functional and elegant
  • QUICK AND EASY: Simply add coarse ground coffee to filter, pour a small amount of water in a circular motion over ground coffee until soaked then add the remaining water and let drip
  • SERVINGS: Pour over coffee maker makes 8 cups of coffee, 4 oz each; dishwasher safe

Comments

TheDave says:

Good Way to make coffee To make proper pour-over coffee, there’s all kinds of fancy equipment out there to filter your 137oz (or whatever) of water, heat it exactly to 204 F, pour it slowly in magical circles over 26oz of organic locally roasted fair trade coffee ground by a burr grinder that costs more than your house, etc. 

Ian says:

A Fine Replacement for a Chemex When my Chemex broke, my heart broke with it. I bought another Chemex and not a month later, via some freak accident, it developed a hairline crack that ended up totally shattering the thing a couple weeks later. Such is life. I couldn’t justify forking over another $40, and also used that as an opportunity to realize that it was a huge pain in the neck finding filters for the thing. No one carried them in my area and even finding them on Amazon was a chore (I had to order from neat little…

NorCalScott says:

I Returned My Chemex and Bought This. Love it! I bought a Chemex at Sur La Table and made 2 pots of coffee with their filters. It took forever to make a pot of coffee and, truth be told, I didn’t care for all of the coffee oils being taken out of my coffee. My coffee was also cold by the time it finished dripping. 

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