Coffeemaker with Wood Collar and Tie + 100 Prefolded Chemex Filter Squares

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Coffeemaker with Wood Collar and Tie + 100 Prefolded Chemex Filter Squares

$46.90-$50.90
$39-$43 Gilt
Size :
  • 10 cup
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  • 6 cup
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  • 8 cup
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Coffeemaker with Wood Collar and Tie + 100 Prefolded Chemex Filter Squares:

  • Manual drip coffee maker with an elegant hourglass shape
  • Able to make coffee as strong as you like without bitterness
  • Made of high quality, heat resistant glass with a insulated collar handle
  • Coffee only comes in contact with the scientifically designed filter and non-porous glass
  • Hand wash recommended

Sizing:

  • 6 cup measures 5 1/8 inches in width by 8½ inches in height
  • 8 cup measures 5 inches in diameter by 9 1/8 inches in height
  • 10 cup measures 5 1/8 inches in width by 9¼ inches in height

Material: Glass

Brand: Chemex

Looking for the best coffee pot? Chemex coffee makers and filters are beloved by coffee purists everywhere, who appreciate the stylish and classic lines of the iconic borosilicate pot, wood collar and leather tie as well as the delicious filter-dripped coffee it produces. Slow-brewed and evenly filtered, Chemex-made coffee retains all of its aromatic flavor with none of the bitterness of an inferior cup, thanks in part to its scientifically designed Chemex-Bonded coffee filters. Invented in 1941 by playboy and bon vivant chemist Dr. Peter Schlumbohm, the design of the Chemex Coffeemaker has changed little since its inception – because why mess with a good thing? In fact, the coffeemaker was so universally acknowledged as a good thing for its brewing prowess and physical beauty that it was snapped up for permanent display at the Museum of Modern Art a mere three years after its invention, and remains on display today.