Bodum 11571-294 Pour Over Coffee Maker with Permanent Filter, 34 oz, Red

April 13, 2016 - 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

  • Does not trap essential oils of your coffee in a paper filter, and makes a beautiful slow-brew.
  • Includes a permanent stainless steel mesh filter; No paper filters or capsules needed
  • Stainless steel mesh filter
  • Mouth-blown borosilicate glass
  • Dishwasher safe

Comments

FireRaven says:

Love it! I really love this product. Even more so than my French press. I am a self professed coffee addict and I use this often to make a delicious cup of coffee. The only thing I don’t like is the sludge you get in the bottom after brewing. However this happens with the French presses I’ve used too, so I just let the coffee sit for a bit in the carafe before pouring in to my cup. It let’s it settle out. The water needs to be poured slowly at first until all the grounds are saturated, then you can go a…

mj says:

Better coffee than the electric coffee machines! Excellent coffee maker in place of an electric coffee maker. Makes good coffee. Buy cone filters (#4) to put in the Bodum’s own Permanent Filter to get a better brew and won’t get the grinds at the bottom of the coffee maker.

Justin R. says:

Makes excellent coffee at home, easier than french press I’m not the BIGGEST coffee nerd, but I drink a lot of it (always black as midnight on a moonless night). Sadly, I have gone quite some time without having a decent way to make coffee at home. I’ve fallen into a scheme where I just wait to get to work because we have really good locally roasted coffee there. Of course, it’s on a boring (though quite industrial) drip. Whether you like the results or not, drip makers are pretty dang boring. I had been using a french press at home, but honestly,…

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