Chemex 8-Cup Classic Series Glass Coffeemaker

October 13, 2015 - Comment

Known as a pristine coffeemaker, Chemex employs all of the chemically correct methods for brewing. Its hourglass shaped flask is made entirely of glass, a chemically inert material that does not absorb odors or chemical residues. The Chemex Glass Coffee Maker has no moving parts and will work forever, unless it is dropped or in

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Known as a pristine coffeemaker, Chemex employs all of the chemically correct methods for brewing. Its hourglass shaped flask is made entirely of glass, a chemically inert material that does not absorb odors or chemical residues. The Chemex Glass Coffee Maker has no moving parts and will work forever, unless it is dropped or in some other way demolished. Chemex filters are made of the highest quality filter paper.

Product Features

  • Includes a polished wood collar with leather tie
  • Selected by the Illinois Institute of Technology as one of the 100 best designed products of modern times
  • All of the coffeemakers are measured using 5 oz. as 1 cup
  • Chemex filters are required for operation all Chemex coffee makers
  • Capacity: 40 Oz

Comments

J. Holmes says:

Great Coffee with Less Effort Note: I got the 8 cup version 

JCH says:

My favorite appliance… Using a Chemex requires water to be heated in a tea kettle prior to brewing, and it requires a finer ground than what auto-drip machines ask for. After the water is brought to a boil, it’s important to wait for it to cool just slightly (about 30 seconds) and then you need to wet the grounds in the filter, wait for them to drain, and then fill the pot with water. Want more than a single cup of coffee? You wait for your first pour to brew, and then fill the filter again. 

D. Paul says:

King of Manual Drip Devices There is a dirty little secret that many of these appliance companies don’t want you to know. Manual drip coffee from a simple cone device makes the best coffee. Here’s why. You need to have two tablespoons of coffee for every cup. The water must be just below the boiling point when it hits the grounds. Water which is poured in one little stream on top of dry grounds will cause a funnel effect an most of the grounds won’t immersed effectively. 

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