Bodum Bistro Electric French Press Coffee Maker and Tea Dripper, 4-Cup, Orange

September 17, 2018 - Comment

Equal rights for coffee and tea lovers. Can you hear us chant? Who says only coffee lovers get to enjoy the benefits of the easy press-a-button drip system – especially now, with its ease-of-use being combined with the taste benefits of the French press. After all, hot water is what it takes for both beverages.

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Equal rights for coffee and tea lovers. Can you hear us chant? Who says only coffee lovers get to enjoy the benefits of the easy press-a-button drip system – especially now, with its ease-of-use being combined with the taste benefits of the French press. After all, hot water is what it takes for both beverages. First, you fill the water tank with fresh, cold water. For coffee, you add ground coffee into the glass jug and press the button. No filter needed. When all the hot water is in the glass jug, you press down the plunger and your coffee is ready to be poured. If you prefer tea, you add the tea into a filter in the middle of the glass jug and press the button. Once your preferred strength is reached, you remove the filter and close it off with a lid. The heating element will keep your coffee or tea nice and warm. The 1/2-liter/ 17-ounce Bistro Electric Coffee and Tea Dripper is made from plastic, silicone, stainless steel, and borosilicate glass. Available in black, orange, red, and green.

Product Features

  • Coffee and tea can be made with this electric dripper
  • Stainless steel filter included for tea brewing
  • Makes drip coffee and incorporates the french press system
  • Easy press button drip system
  • Available in black, orange, red, and green

Comments

S says:

built-in water container leaks The built-in water container on the right hand side leaks out of the box, tried a few times and even dig up an Youtub video making sure I was using it properly, still leaks!! I had to clean up my kitchen counter four times in a row and finally gave up. Since I bought it as an on sale item and the french press part works fine so I decided to keep it to use it as regular manual use french fresh. If you want to use it as brewing or dripping coffee machine, don’t buy this one. My old 10 dollars…

Lisa Naylor says:

Small and efficient This is a nice small coffee and tea maker. You do have to set your own timer for tea, it just lets it sit in the strainer in the hot water. It’s easy to clean and takes up very little space. You can buy replacement parts too. It comes with a variety of attacments so you can make your beverage whatever style you like.

SF Dev says:

It’s more like a ‘desktop’ model. It’s definitely too dinky for a big kitchen coffee pot, but I’m using this as a personal model, next to my computer. It may not be such a good idea to have a water-using device on top of an office desk, but it is very convenient and handy there. I love using it that way and I’m happy with it.

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