Diguo Belgian/Belgium Luxury Royal Family Balance Siphon/Syphon Coffee Maker. Elegant Double Ridged Fulcrum with Tee handle (Classic Gold)

January 28, 2020 - Comment

Diguo Belgian / Belgium Luxury Royal Family Balance Syphon Coffee Maker. The Belgian Balance Siphon brewer invention of the mid-18th century works by placing Coffee grounds in the Brew Flask, and water is place in the Vacuum Flask over a Spirit Burner-this Flask is affixed to a Balance Lever. Making use of gravitational energy, vacuum

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Diguo Belgian / Belgium Luxury Royal Family Balance Syphon Coffee Maker.

The Belgian Balance Siphon brewer invention of the mid-18th century works by placing Coffee grounds in the Brew Flask, and water is place in the Vacuum Flask over a Spirit Burner-this Flask is affixed to a Balance Lever. Making use of gravitational energy, vacuum and vapor pressure to brew you a delicious cup.

Note:

Fill Spirit Burner bottle up to 60% with denatured alcohol or spirit (not included). Extend the wink about quarter to half an inch above the lid before immersing the rest.

Familiarize yourself with the brewing process without coffee grounds in order to yield optimal results. Use good fuel to prevent soothing. All stopper must be tight for proper operation.

Quick guide.

1. Secure cloth filter to the filter head on the Siphon pipette and place it in the Brewing Flask (Glass). Insert the other end into the Vacuum Flask (Pot) firmly. Making sure it has a tight seal.

2. Add about 40g of medium fine coffee grounds to the Brewing Flask. Depend on your liking.

3. Unscrew the Vacuum Flask’s Plug. Pour in 450 to 500 cc of cold or warm water with the measuring cup provided. Hand tight the Plug and ensure the sealing is good.

4. Push down Balance lever to rise the Vacuum Flask. Fully uncap open the Burner’s extinguisher. Lower the Vacuum Flask and rest the extinguisher cap against it. Light up the Burner and wait.

5. After all brewed coffee is being siphon back to the Vacuum Flask, break the flask vacuum by loosening the top plug. Coffee is serve through the faucet.

Product Features

  • FLAVORFUL and CLEAN – The coffee brewed with Balancing Siphon Coffee Maker is described as clean, great purity of flavor, aromatic and with no bitterness from many coffee connoisseurs
  • BOLD AND GREEN – The cloth filter will only let in the tiniest coffee ground particles and all the flavors into the final product. The result is a bold tasting cup a Joe. Easy to use and wash, a single filter will last you for many brews
  • CLASSY – Plated in classic gold, ridged fulcrum with Tee handle, decorative holed balance lever and matching black wooden board base. A real conversation starter and center of attraction for it exquisite design, brews in style and delicious coffee
  • MATERIALS AND CAPACITY – 304 stainless steel Vacuum Flask, Siphon Pipette and Filter Head. BPA-free borosilicate glass Brewing Flask. Medical grade silicon rubber seals. Capacity 500ml or 17oz, for 3-5 Espresso Cups
  • PACKAGE – Balance Siphon Coffee Maker set with cloth filter, coffee scoop and water measuring cup

Comments

Anonymous says:

Great conversation

Customer Video Review Length:: 1:27 Mins Love this thingGreat conversation itemUse it when I canBrews two small cups

Anonymous says:

Einstein barirsta. You want to impress your friends or co-workers with sophiscation. Then get this.I brought it to work and swear it got me a promotion cause suddenly I was looked upon as some upper class society member. It was referred to as a science project brewing system.People would come to me asking me about climate change, medical symptoms as well as anything about books and shows that are on the BBC. My only advice is that you preheat the water before putting it in…

Anonymous says:

if it were a perfect method brew I Bought this for the taste and looks. I gave it three stars because the price is fair for what it does. if it were a perfect method brew, I can see it costing more, but it’s not. First, the coffee server collects lots of soot as I feel that the burner is too close/big (?) for the brass vessel, which makes it a lot of work to clean. Also, it does not go up all the way on the lever as it’s supposed to, in order to turn off the flame. you have to give it a little push up to let the cap release so…

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