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- CHAMBORD is the classic French press coffee maker designed in the fifties. The plunger system is a simple way of brewing a consistently excellent cup. Using fresh, coarsely ground beans with water just off the boil brings out the very best in all types of coffee. Watch this video to see the Chambord in action.
- Chemex® filters are 20-30% heavier than competitive brands. They remove sediment particles, oils and fats from coffee. The formulation of the filter permits the proper infusion time by regulating the filtration rate - not too slow, not too fast. Good infusion of the coffee grounds (as in brewing and steeping tea) gives coffee a richer flavor while at the same time making possible precise fractional extraction filtering out the undesirable components which make coffee bitter by allowing only the desirable flavor elements of the coffee bean to pass through.
The Chemex filter is folded into a cone shape, exactly as in laboratory techniques. This assures uniform extraction since the water filters through all the grounds on its way to the apex of the cone. The Chemex filter is guaranteed not to burst under the weight of the liquid during filtration, and not to break when lifting out the grounds.
*The FS-100 filter is compatible with the 30 and 40 oz models that we carry.
The Chemex coffee maker was invented in 1941 by chemist Peter J. Schlumbohm, Ph.D. and is an impeccable method for brewing. Place grounds in the cone-shaped filter at the top and pour hot water over them. Brewing with the Chemex ensures a full-flavored cup every time. Watch this video to see the Chemex in action.
*The one pint model uses FP-2 filters only.
*The 30 and 40 oz models use FP-1, FS-100, FC-100 or FSU-100 filters.
The Clever Coffee Dripper is a full-immersion brewing technique that eliminates the coffee silt or messy cleanup of a French press. The Clever dripper is a by-the-cup brew method with a unique release valve on the bottom of the brewer. To brew a cup, you simply place a filter in the brewer, add ground coffee, pour water over the coffee and let sit for 2-3 minutes (depending on the grind), and then place the dripper on top of your cup. The cup presses up on the release valve and the coffee begins to drain through the bottom of the dripper into your cup.
*This brewer takes a standard #4 filter.