KitchenAid KCM0812OB Siphon Coffee Brewer, Onyx Black

November 27, 2015 - Comment

The science and complex flavor of siphon brewing comes from vapor pressure pushing the water up through the siphon tube. Then, vacuum suction and gravity draw the coffee down through the grounds. KitchenAid has simplified this process to extract a cup of coffee that showcases all the distinctive flavors of your favorite beans. Showcasing the

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The science and complex flavor of siphon brewing comes from vapor pressure pushing the water up through the siphon tube. Then, vacuum suction and gravity draw the coffee down through the grounds. KitchenAid has simplified this process to extract a cup of coffee that showcases all the distinctive flavors of your favorite beans.

Showcasing the theatrical artistry of siphon brewing, our brewer is made of high quality glass and stainless steel to be a true thing of beauty. View the full immersion vacuum brewing process from start to finish resulting in a complex and velvety cup of craft coffee right at home.

Easily brew 3-8 cups of siphon style coffee.

Product Features

  • Automated full immersion siphon brewing delivered through precise temperature and vacuum technology.
  • Brew unit stand securely holds brew unit once brewing is complete.
  • Flavor Profile: Bright and rich with a clean finish.
  • Premium glass construction with stainless steel accents.
  • Magnetic locking seal securely fastens the brew unit and carafe together.
  • Includes siphon coffee brewer, cleaning brush/coffee scoop, brew unit stand, dual purpose lid, 360° rotation removable base, reusable stainless steel filter and cloth filter pack.

Comments

Soar says:

Beautiful product, good coffee – needs improvements Down to the basics… the ultimate purpose of the KitchenAid Siphon coffee brewer is to brew a better tasting pot of coffee. And from just a taste perspective, this system brews a very good tasting pot of coffee. Once you enter the realm of consuming that great tasting coffee, some caveats crop up. Read on. 

Joanna D. says:

A new version of old siphon brewing This method of brewing coffee is called siphon brewing and has been around for quite a while. The is the same idea, and these have come and gone since coffee ceremonies of various sorts became popular in Europe: early siphons were blown glass on stands with a spirit lamp to boil the water–all at the table to create a performance of sorts after dinner or for afternoon…

Joe American says:

4.5 stars… great coffee I’m torn between five and four stars. I love it. I like it… I like it a very lot. My wife is very picky about her coffee, having converted almost exclusively to the french press – and she LOVES the taste of this coffee. Being a regular guy, I don’t use many coffee terms, but I hear the word “smooth” used a lot. 

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