Bodum Pour Over Coffee Maker Cork Band, 17 Ounce.5 Liter, (11592-109)
- Does not trap essential oils of your Coffee in a paper filter, and makes a beautiful slow-brew
- Includes a Permanent stainless steel mesh filter; no paper filters or capsules needed
- Mouth-blown borosilicate glass, dishwasher safe
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The pour over promises excellent, rich taste and robust aroma while maintaining the natural oils of the ground Coffee. For the perfect cup of Coffee, simply fill the cone-shaped filter with freshly ground Coffee and our a small amount of heated water over them until soaked. Slowly pour the remaining hot water into the filter. Coffee will drip into the mouth-blown, borosilicate glass carafe and, in 3-4 minutes, will be ready to serve. Remove the filter from the carafe before serving and enjoy!.
Bodum - From the Soul of Slow Coffee.
Bodum Pour Over Coffee Makers with Permanent Filter
The BODUM POUR OVER Coffee Maker has a fine mesh stainless steel filter that eliminates the need for paper filters. This promotes the pure unfolding of the flavor - no more paper filters that trap the essential oils and flavors. This coffee maker from BODUM sets new standards in the preparation of delectable coffees: no paper filters - just pure flavor. Proudly Made in Europe!
How to Brew a Delicious Cup of Pour Over Coffee:
Begin by filling the filter with coarsely ground coffee. For each 4 Oz use 1 rounded tbsp or 1 BODUM scoop (included).
Wait 10-15 seconds after the boil has completed before pouring water in. Use a circular motion over the ground coffee until soaked. Slowly pour the remaining hot water into the filter.
The Coffee will drip into the borosilicate glass carafe. For the best possible flavor, let it brew for about 4 minutes.
After the 4-minute brew is complete, remove the filter from the carafe and you are free to enjoy a delicious cup of Pour Over Coffee.
Bodum quality in every component:
Borosilicate Glass Carafe
The carafe is made with Borosilicate Glass; which one the most temperature-resistant glass types you can buy.
Cork or Silicone Band
Whether you choose our cork or silicone band; your grip will be strong and hands cool when pouring a delicious cup.
Stainless Steel Permanent Filter
The included stainless steel permanent filter eliminates the need for wasteful paper filters and is dishwasher safe.
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-If you are going to drink all the coffee immediately after it's made, you can get the single-walled Bodums for $20ish that taste the same.
-When you put your conical paper filter in the metal filter, rinse it out with water prior to putting coffee in it to wash out the slight paper taste and help the paper filter cling to the side of the metal filter.
The ones in the Amazon photos appear to have the better filter( in silver rather than gold). Don't know why I got a junky one.
But truth be told, when I was a little girl my father had a very similar coffee maker.
that he would set up first thing in the morning and after dinner.
I loved the ritual of watching him make coffee the pour over way.
When April came and I was looking for birthday gift ideas, I wanted something that I would get use out of, and that was not very expensive .
So I thought about my coffee habit. I do not drink a lot of coffee, but I love coffee .
From my keurig, French press, regular drip maker, etc. I thought this would be a good addition to my coffee family.
There is a much pricier, well-known brand, very similar in look, and style, to this one.
Until I knew what I wanted I was not willing to invest, just yet.
I chose this one because of the price, and the look, and the reviews.
Now that I have had it for a few months, I don’t see any reason to get anything else.
It’s easy to clean, for me.
One thing to keep in mind, is to rinse it immediately after you're done using it.
I like that the cork is 100% removable to make cleaning a breeze
A little bit of hot water, white vinegar, and a soft brush , and it’s as good as new.
This item comes with a measuring spoon, and a reusable filter, which I appreciated.
I tried the paper filters that came with this package -just to see if there was a difference in taste/quality, and quite honestly my guests and I did not notice a difference, to justify using only paper filters.
But then again, I am a newbie to this game,
So, I might be missing some slight nuances of flavor, or coloring, or what have you.
Overall, this pour over maker is a thorough complete package.
If you are on the fence about switching over to the “pour over life“ , looking for a pour over maker of your very own, a gift, etc., I don’t see how you could go wrong with this specific item.
I have none of that, but I do have this thing, and I have one of those whirring spinning grinders (you know, the ones that, in the quest for pebbles, you get boulders and powder). And I have a bag of whatever coffee beans I got at the grocery store last week. And I have a stove and a sauce pan that makes a mean batch of hot water. And I pour about half a pan of not-boiling-anymore water over 'some' coffee grounds... and you know, this thing makes some good coffee. It's like french press, without all the sediment (mind you, I use a paper filter too, which helps filter out the unpleasantries).
As for the product itself, I mean there's not much to say. Big glass thing, plasticy-thing that wraps around it so you don't burn yourself while trying to pour it, and it comes with a permanent filter and coffee measuring spoon, so you can inaccurately measure your coffee beans or grounds. Working as designed.
I had found that the Chemex was, despite its nice wood 'neck' piece, quite awkward to hold without touching the very hot glass. So I thought I'd give the Bodum a try, and I'm so happy I did.
The metal mesh filter is so easy to use and clean
The cork neck (with leather tassle) is very ergonomic and comfortable
It makes a great cup of coffee*
It is very attractive
Environmentally friendly (no filters to throw out... and use the grinds for composting)
*Note: It is really only good for one person or maybe two if you use really small mugs.
Hope this helps!