Technivorm 59463 KBG Coffee Brewer, 40 oz, Brick Red

February 9, 2020 - Comment

The Moccamaster KBG coffeemaker features a glass carafe and an automatic drip-stop brew-basket that stops the flow of coffee if the carafe is pulled away. The KBG brews a full 40oz pot of Coffee in six minutes. Coffee is then held on our unique hot-plate; which is engineered with a separate, independent element that rolls

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The Moccamaster KBG coffeemaker features a glass carafe and an automatic drip-stop brew-basket that stops the flow of coffee if the carafe is pulled away. The KBG brews a full 40oz pot of Coffee in six minutes. Coffee is then held on our unique hot-plate; which is engineered with a separate, independent element that rolls heat into the coffee to ensure an even taste from the first cup to the last drop. The hot-plate has two settings, giving you the choice to hold your coffee between 175° and 185° F, while never burning your Coffee. After 100 minutes, The hot-plate will automatically turn-off. All Moccamaster coffeemakers are handmade in the Netherlands and backed by an industry leading 5-year.

Product Features

  • The top coffee maker choice of coffee brewing experts
  • Easy use, one button Operation and 4-6 minute brew time for 40 oz of Coffee
  • Perfectly brewed Coffee Delivered by our copper element and no Pumps
  • Coffee maker features an auto shut off after 100 minutes
  • Backed by a 5-year Manufacturers

Comments

Anonymous says:

Take a Deep Breath and Just Buy It If you love great coffee, buy this machine. When I say great coffee, I mean the kind of coffee you would expect and get from your favorite local coffee roaster/café or quality coffee shop (think Starbucks or Peet’s, NOT the tasteless brown water that Dunkin’ Donuts sells).I’ve wanted a Moccamaster since I first saw one and tasted the coffee it makes while a college student, way back in the 1980s. Owning one at the time was impractical and unattainable, so I moved on. Over the…

Anonymous says:

The Emperor’s New Clothes I really wanted to love this coffee maker but after using it for a few months, I am so disappointed. I feel like this is a real life example of “The Emperor’s New Clothes”, many people have spent a good deal of money to own this coffee maker and now are embarrassed to really let others know it’s not the coffee maker we all hoped for. I have contacted Technivorm about what I feel are some major design flaws and was only given suggestions on the right coffee to water ratio. This coffee maker…

Anonymous says:

I wanted to not like this because I am not a coffee snob I wanted to not like this because I am not a coffee snob. I just got tired of spending $40+ every 18 months to buy a new coffee maker so I decided to try and find something with replaceable parts. I found this, read millions of reviews, bought it grudgingly, and then watched in fascination as the water went through the middle tube thing and brewed my first pot of Moccamaster coffe. Then this crazy thing happened…my coffee was good. REALLY good. Is it the placebo effect of spending this…

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