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Vacuum Coffee Maker

Item #1065600
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Entertain and impress your guests. It's like watching a science experiment in your kitchen, and you won't taste better coffee anywhere!
  • Vacuum process preserves coffee's delicate oils and captures the most flavor
  • Boiling water is forced up the funnel into the top container, mixing with ground coffee
  • Makes about four 8oz cups (32 fl oz)
  • Imported

Note: Works best with coarsely ground coffee. See Details for how it works!

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VACUUM COFFEE MAKER DESCRIPTION
  • Fill bottom carafe with water, place ground coffee in the top container and bring water to a boil
  • Water is forced up the funnel into the top container, mixing with ground coffee
  • Remove from heat and allow coffee to drain back into the carafe
  • Use anyplace you can boil water
  • Heat-resistant glass and durable black nylon
  • Holds 32 fl oz
  • 11-1/2"H, 5-1/4"OD

Customer Reviews of Vacuum Coffee Maker
Product Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0(2 reviews)
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- 12/5/2011
said: Frances
"Great coffee! I bought this because I thought it looked fun. Turns out, it is far better than our expensive coffee maker, and it is also much better than our Toddy. I used the same coffee in the Vacuum as we use in the other brewing methods. The Vacuum has a deep full rich flavor, much more complex than the other two brewing methods, and to drink the other now is a total let down. Highly recommend this to anyone who loves good coffee!"
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- 7/2/2010
said: Jason
"The description doesn’t due this little pot justice. You wont believe how rich, bold, and clean coffee tastes with this pot. I use filtered water so I know that helps too. The secret is not having a filter. I have discovered you lose so much when using filtered coffee. But not with this pot! You can actually see the essential coffee bean oils and that’s what gives you that delicious JAVA taste. You have to experiment a little with your coffee grinder to get the coffee beans course enough for this thing to work, but its not a big deal. Another plus is here in the mid west in the winter when the ice and snow knock the power out I just fire up the ol’ coleman stove and keep on going! The old saying “Never Let a Cowboy Make the Coffee” doesn’t hold water with this thing. I have tried and tried and you just cant a bad pot of coffee……and its NEVER BITTER……and I’m no chef. The only thing I could think of that might not be a positive would be if you are major coffee hound. This pot is not that big. You can make about 4 big mugs of coffee at a time. I enjoy a cup or so and I’m good and its really not that big of a deal for me. And don’t worry, this pot is a lot tougher than it looks……….and I cant tell you how much fun it is use and watch this thing! My family comes to visit just to make coffee!"
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