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Melitta Coffee Maker, 6 Cup Pour-Over Brewer with Glass Carafe, 1-Count

by Melitta
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  • Includes plastic BPA Free cone drip brewer - six-cup capacity glass carafe - coffee scoop and 5 filters
  • Coffee aficionados agree that pour-over brewing makes the best coffee
  • Brew coffee at the perfect temperature and regulate the flow of water with optimal turbulence of coffee grounds for ideal coffee extraction
  • Pour-over brewing was invented by Melitta Bentz in 1908
  • Uses Number 4 Size Melitta cone shaped filters

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Melitta Coffee Maker, 6 Cup Pour-Over Brewer with Glass Carafe, 1-Count + Melitta Cone Coffee Filters Natural Brown #4 100 count + Medelco #4 Cone Permanent Coffee Filter
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CM6/4 Features: -Product Type:Automatic machines -Pieces Included:Carafe, basket -Number of Items Included:2 -Material:Glass -Material:Plastic -Distressed:No -Color:Black. Dimensions: -Overall Height - Top to Bottom:8 -Overall Width - Side to Side:7 -Overall Depth - Front to Back:5.75 -Overall Product Weight:1.21

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 7 x 8 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000CFLCT
  • UPC: 055437640442
  • Item model number: 640446
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (132 customer reviews)
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It is super easy to clean and use.
Oscar
This Melitta coffee maker makes an excellent cup of coffee!
Socalartgal
You can't go wrong with this product.
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83 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Mar Thivierge on July 24, 2010
Being a lifelong coffee fiend, I've tried literally EVERY type and brand of coffee-making device known to mankind over the last 30 years: standard electric drip coffee makers, percolators (not recommended to anyone with an appreciation for coffee and functioning tastes buds), French presses, vacuum pump units, microwave gizmos for which one needs an engineering degree to figure out, etc., but I keep coming back to this one.

It's definitely low tech, but it does what it's designed to do, e.g. make a terrific pot of coffee with minimal hassle. Other reviews have described the process of using this as being additionally cumbersome (given the need to boil water separately beforehand} but I don't personally find that to be the case. I keep a teakettle of filtered water on my stovetop, and when I'm ready to make coffee, I turn the burner on, and while the water is heating, I measure the coffee out, and then once the water is near boiling, simply pour over the grounds. The entire process takes about five to seven minutes, start to finish, about the same time as an electric drip unit would take.

The unit -- which essentially works similarly to more stylish (but also considerably more expensive) Chemex coffemaker -- has several advantages over other coffee making methods: because the water is manually boiled, one can control the temperature; because the unit is so low tech and has no buttons, switches, bells, whistles or moving parts, it can last for decades (unless one breaks the glass carafe which, being on the clumsy side, I'd done more than once -- but then they're so inexpensive to replace that it's really not that big a deal; also, the carafes of electric drip units are equally fragile); if one has a gas stove, as I do, coffee can be made, even during a power failure.
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71 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Stoney TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 7, 2011
EASY OF USE
I've used the Mellita Coffee System for about 40 years. I find the system more convenient than coffee machines.

> If the power goes off, you can still make coffee if you have a gas stove or a camp stove.
> It is easy to brew exactly the amount of coffee you want, and exactly the strength that you want---including adjusting to new roast and grinds. You can even mix caffeinated and decaffeinated coffees if you wish.
> In a way, the Mellita system is more "sanitary". It is easy to forget a used filter in a coffee maker, maybe for weeks if you go on a vacation, and find a fungus garden in there. You can't ignore a used Melitta filter, because it is out in the open. If you forget a used Melitta filter, it and the coffee grinds just dry out. It is also much easier to wash the Melitta components---just a quick rinse under the tap is usually good enough. Caveat--some types of coffee are oiler than others---you may need to actually wash your cone and carafe if a quick rinse is not sufficient.

SIZE OPTIONS
The carafes for which the "6 cup" and "10 cup" systems can nominally hold 6 or 10 cups off coffee (filled to the brim), but that is really irrelevant. A more important consideration is cups vs mugs. How many people still drink "cups" of coffee? So, it is the "mug-capacity" (1 mug = 1 1/2 cups) of the filters and cones which really counts.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By D. Paul on June 6, 2008
When you have the money and want a fancy manual drip maker, you can look at Chemex or Bodum. But, if you want good coffee at a good price, this is it. In our day coffee came in a 16 oz can and we drank whatever was cheapest. Now kids know the difference between Robusta and Arabica and go to a local roaster on the day their regional favorite is being roasted. Fancy Auto-Drip machines don't heat the water hot enough, build up calcium, and don't immerse all the grind correctly. French pots let silt and bitter elements of the coffee through. This method takes some time and effort, but if you like good coffee, its worth it. This coffee maker goes for about the price as a bag of good coffee.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By sandra jane mcgahan on January 21, 2010
Being a long-time coffee-lover, I have spent most of my adult life in the pursuit of the perfect coffeemaker; always thinking, like your average American, that the more money I spent, the better brew in my cup. How wrong! After spending an obscene amount on a newly-introduced thermal carafe automatic brewer that was designed by a coffee industry insider, I was disappointed to find that, as time went on, the quality of my cuppajoe had seriously declined. So, I went back to the drawing board. I tried a French press, but the grounds caused a bitter, oily taste after just a few minutes. I also tried an aluminum expresso pot, it it was not good for the morning jolt-du-necessaire. I found this gem, and after almost six months, I believe I have achieved nirvana. Each pot is fresh and delicious-- no calcium build-up or resins coating the carafe. I am absolutely serious in that this simple contraption brews the best home brew I have ever tasted in MY LIFE (and I am no spring chicken, I can tell you.)
It may take a few minutes, but the boiling water is the key to the best brew, and the easily washable pieces insure no chemical build-up. C'est extraodinaire!
If you are a coffee afficianado, you will not regret this purchase, and the price is very affordable. Simplicity rules!
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