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Stainless Steel Coffee Dripper

5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

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2 reviews for Stainless Steel Coffee Dripper

  1. 5 out of 5


    I love this! It's such a fast and easy way to make a cup of coffee. I drink a lot of coffee but at the same time can be pretty lazy (can't we all?). All I need to do is fill my water kettle (electric) and then pour water over some grounds and I have coffee. Very quick and I think the coffee comes out pretty equivalent to what I get from the drip machine. This is now my first choice and I have a drip maker, an espresso machine, a French press and a moka pot. I like that there's very little cleanup and I like the instant gratification of a cup of coffee. Almost like a keurig only I'm not destroying the environment and my soul. It's quite a bit larger than I was expecting but not a problem. Very happy to have it! I received this product for free or at a discount in exchange for my honest opinion. My opinions are my own and I am not required to leave 5 stars or positive comments unless I choose to.
  2. 5 out of 5


    I purchased this because I'm exploring the world of pour over coffee and the reviews seem excellent and bring method seemed very similar to ones I have experience with and I've had great results. The construction feels solid and it is composed of two cones one is perforated and actually allows the coffee to flow and the outside cone contains the InterCon and channels everything to the bottom this is important because it works very differently than many coffee makers. Traditional coffee makers pour water over a cone with a hole at the bottom, this can lead to overextraction of the beans leading to a bitter taste, for my money what's the point of trying to make good coffee? This pour over coffee dripper works similar to a Chemex or high-quality pour over drip machine. After using this for a couple of weeks I noticed a few things, the grind of the coffee is incredibly important to the quality of the brew. I know this seems obvious but a lot of people don't understand how important this is. The beans should be ground coarsely similar to a French press and about the size of kosher salt with some pieces slightly larger. Any smaller than this and you will end up with granny granny coffee from grounds flowing through the perforations in the coffee maker. If you're considering exploring higher and coffee making devices, this is a great option. I wouldn't expect it to perform any miracles you should be actively working on the quality of the coffee, the grind, and timing your pores properly. There are great Reese is our resources out there that will help you make better coffee without having to go all out on scales or gooseneck kettles. Good luck and I hope you had the same great result I did!

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