Melitta Coffee Maker, Porcelain 6 Cup Pour- Over Brewer

June 18, 2016 - Comment

640476 Features: -Top rack dishwasher safe. -Uses cone filters. -Material: Porcelain. -Capacity: 6 Cups. Product Type: -Coffee carafe. Capacity: -48 Cups. Primary Material: -Porcelain. Dimensions: Overall Height – Top to Bottom: -11.25 Inches. Overall Width – Side to Side: -6 Inches. Overall Depth – Front to Back: -6 Inches. Overall Product Weight: -2 Pounds. Product

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640476 Features: -Top rack dishwasher safe. -Uses cone filters. -Material: Porcelain. -Capacity: 6 Cups. Product Type: -Coffee carafe. Capacity: -48 Cups. Primary Material: -Porcelain. Dimensions: Overall Height – Top to Bottom: -11.25 Inches. Overall Width – Side to Side: -6 Inches. Overall Depth – Front to Back: -6 Inches. Overall Product Weight: -2 Pounds.

Product Features

  • Includes porcelain cone drip brewer WITH six-cup capacity porcelain carafe and 5 filters
  • Coffee aficionados agree that pour-over brewing makes the best coffee
  • Brew coffee at the perfect temperature and regulate the flow of water with optimal turbulence of coffee grounds for ideal coffee extraction
  • Pour-over brewing was invented by Melitta Bentz in 1908
  • Uses Melitta cone shaped filters (Number 4 Size)

Comments

Kurt says:

Great coffeemaker As a kid in the 70s and 80s, my parents had one of these. Not being a coffee drinker, I always thought it was embarrassingly low tech. Now that I’m an adult (though still not a big coffee drinker), I wanted something inexpensive that wouldn’t take up a lot of counter space, would be easy to care for and would make decent coffee. After looking at various options, I finally settled on this one, and I’m glad I did. Not only does it work perfectly well, as advertised, it also makes…

Patrick Foley says:

Great coffeepot, whether it’s glass-lined or all-stainless The carafe I received is not what’s shown in the picture – for that, I have to dock a star. 

David H. Byman says:

phenomenal taste I’ve been brewing coffee manually for many years, using a plastic cone filter holder. I recently switched to this porcelain filter holder, and it really brings out a huge improvement in the taste. The porcelain conducts the heat better and eliminates any kind of plastic taste. With the cap on, the coffee stays warm for about an hour. 

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