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Coffee Shrub Clever Coffee Dripper


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  • Great cup of coffee and easy to use and clean!
  • Water can be poured over the grounds all at one time
  • Shut-off valve design holds the coffee until the brewing process is complete
  • Filter allows for easy cleanup and prevents grounds in your coffee
  • 100% BPA Free Plastic
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Product Information

Size: Large
Technical Details
Brand NameCoffee Shrub
Item Weight12.2 ounces
Product Dimensions6 x 5 x 6 inches
Item model numberCLEVER
ColorClear
Material TypePlastic
SizeLarge
Capacity1
Manufacturer Part NumberCLEVER
  
Additional Information
ASINB00EOM5RN0
Best Sellers Rank #869 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableOctober 19, 2010
  
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Product Description

Size: Large

To use:Put the paper filter in to the dripper. Rinse.Add ground coffee. Ideally a fine grind works best. For a coarser grind, extraction time may need to be reduced.Add water just off the boil and cover. Wait 1.5 minutes, lift the cover, and stir. Re-cover.After infusing for 4 minutes, place the filter over a cup or thermos to start coffee draining.*To stop the flow, lift dripper off of mug or thermos mix the grounds, and re-cover

Customer Reviews

I will return these.
T. Johnson
It makes a great cup of coffee.
Thomas Peele
So easy to use and to clean.
Joanna Kim

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

144 of 148 people found the following review helpful By Lawton Pelfrey on November 30, 2010
Size Name: Large
As one of many who is always looking for the best coffee maker, I was happy to try the Clever Coffee Dripper when it came out. I discovered It is easy and makes the best cup of coffee yet. If you like French press, you've got it here. The dripper has a stopper in the bottom that opens once you place it on your coffee cup - so you get a fresh cup each time. And clean up is simple. All you have to do is dump the filter and rinse the dripper - that's it. Here is how I make a cup: I place a filter in the dripper and wet it with hot water and then spoon the coffee into it (I use a digital scale to get the same amount each time). Then I pour really hot water into the dripper, put the lid on top and wait 4 minutes. In the meantime I pour hot water into the mug to get it ready. Then when the 4 minutes are up I empty the mug and place the Clever dripper on top - the stopper opens immediately and the brewed coffee empties into the hot mug. It couldn't be simpler.

Is it low-tech? Yep, but is a very cool design, too. Finally, I can have French press-style coffee without the clean-up. And you can use regular grind coffee instead of the coarse grind French press requires. Plus, if you are as picky about the heat of your coffee as I am, this is the only way to go. I heat enough water at just below boiling for the dripper and my empty mug. Hot, full-flavored and easy clean-up - a no-brainer.
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155 of 170 people found the following review helpful By Ken S. on September 2, 2011
Size Name: Large
I've used one of these for a few years now, and love/hate it.

First, the idea is sound and it does make a great cup of coffee. But it is NOT durable. Don't even think about putting one in a dishwasher, or the plastic will craze and begin leaking. To the manufacturer's credit, they do tell you this if you read the documentation.
And, if you store it upside-down - the seal unseats and will dry out. The result is a puddle next time until the seal moistens up and becomes tight again.
The lid - if you get one - is concave and dishes inward. So if you're trying to max the capacity, you'll coat the inside of the lid with coffee mud.

Even with it's faults, I love the coffee it makes and just keep replacing them. I'm wearing out number five right now.

I'd LOVE to see this thing redesigned in glass or ceramic. And if the lid was redesigned to be convex - so the center clears the upper edge of the dripper by at least a quarter-inch - you'd have the perfect product IMO.

UPDATE - 03/25/12 - Number five is worn out. It lasted about 9 months, used between once and twice a day. It's never been in a dishwasher or microwave yet it is thoroughly crazed and leaking.
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65 of 71 people found the following review helpful By VonTrousers on October 14, 2011
Size Name: Large
I jumped on the pour-over bandwagon years ago but, frankly, the pour-over movement has become pretentious and silly. I don't have time--nor do I care to--weigh hot water on a tared-out scale (and not just any scale; must be the "right" one). I don't want to be lectured for grinding the beans 45 seconds before infusing them (instead of 41 seconds!). I just want to make a great cup of coffee at home, without expensive equipment. In that quest, I own or have owned a Chemex, Melitta cone, Hario Woodneck, and a couple of press pots. I could make great coffee in each of them, but inconsistently. I never knew what I was going to get in response to a minute change (What if the water didn't exactly make it to 204 degrees? What if the grinder was just a little off? What if an errant air bubble prevented a tiny bit of coffee from being saturated?)

Enter the Clever. This is really easy: Flush paper filter, warm dripper (and mug), add coffee (standard drip grind works well enough--or maybe a tad coarser), add water, cover, stir after 90 seconds,re-cover, drain coffee into mug at 4-minute mark, say "yum."

As others have written, the result is a smooth, full-bodied cup and really easy clean-up (try cleaning a Woodneck--ugh).

I'm sold. Well, until the next best thing comes along.
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79 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Michael on February 8, 2011
Size Name: Large
I'm not what you would call a 'fanatic', but I just have to have a good strong cup of coffee. I've tried most of the other methods with varying degrees of success. I liked the French Press, but couldn't deal with the sludge at the bottom of the cup. I'm told that the proper grinder will eliminate this, but who wants to spend $200 on a grinder? This is the best $20 I ever spent on a coffee gizmo.

Some others have commented that the coffee gets too cold, or doesn't make a good cup. All I can say to them is...you're doing it wrong.

1) Pre-wet your filter & pre-heat your cup or carafe.
2) Heat water to boil.
3) Take water off heat & start grinding your beans.
4) Pour water over coffee, stir, cover, wait four minutes.
5) Steep into cup.

If you grind your beans too soon, or if you let your water get too cold, that WILL affect your cup of coffee. With a little practice and experimentation, you can have a fantastic cup of coffee in about 6 minutes flat, and it didn't cost you $500 in equipment to get.
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68 of 76 people found the following review helpful By hj on January 8, 2011
Size Name: Large
The Clever Coffee Dripper uses #4 cone filters, but only makes one cup at a time. Recommended time for steeping the coffee is 4 minutes. It takes about another minute to drain all the coffee into your cup.

It makes great coffee! Easier clean-up than a French press or a stove-top espresso maker. Better coffee than an automatic drip coffee maker.
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