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Melitta Cone Filter Coffeemaker 10 Cup, 1-Count

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4.7 out of 5 stars 451 customer reviews
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Melitta Coffeemaker 640616 Coffee & Tea Makers

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  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 7.8 x 10.8 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000MIT2OK
  • Item model number: 640616
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 451 customer reviews
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As a kid in the 70s and 80s, my parents had one of these. Not being a coffee drinker, I always thought it was embarrassingly low tech. Now that I'm an adult (though still not a big coffee drinker), I wanted something inexpensive that wouldn't take up a lot of counter space, would be easy to care for and would make decent coffee. After looking at various options, I finally settled on this one, and I'm glad I did. Not only does it work perfectly well, as advertised, it also makes great-tasting coffee (which is more than I can say about the little stovetop percolator I tried before investing in this one). It's also easy to store in my cabinet when not in use.

Two additional notes: The coffee maker calls for size 6 filters, and those are great to have when you're making a full pot. But if you're just making coffee for 2-3 people, I've found size 4 filters work fine, and they're cheaper and easier to come by. I've also found that the coffee filter cone will also work with an insulated carafe I bought separately.
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After my last coffee maker died (the fourth or fifth one in just eight years), I was sick of the electric coffee pot. This very simple set-up was inexpensive and doesn't have any electrical parts to break.

The best thing, though, is that this makes the best coffee ever. Seriously. Here's the method: I grind my beans right before brewing. I pour boiling water over the grounds, just enough to soak them. Then I pour again to fill the filter with water. And I stir with a spoon. Pour and stir, pour and stir, until all the water has gone through. Simple, easy, and amazingly good coffee. It's way better than anything I got from my overpriced electrical machines.
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The main difference between the 21st century version of this coffee maker and its mid-century incarnation is the color of the filter cone, the latter being transparent plastic. The borosilicate glass carafe still bears the name Schott, one of Germany's most respected glass works. The design and operation are the same: slip in the filter, measure in the ground coffee, bloom it with a careful splash of boiling water, wait about a half- to a full minute, pour in the rest in a steady circular motion. When the water has drained through, take away the cone, slip on the keep-warm cover, pour and enjoy. Yes, I know it's the same method as the Chemex that predates it in the USA and, yes, the Chemex coffee maker never lets the brewed coffee come into contact with plastic, but I'll lay odds that even the staunchest fan of Chemex or any other brand wouldn't be able to do much better than chance in a double-blind taste test.

We keep this one on hand for when we're in the mood for some decaf with dessert, and the pour-over method seems to bring forth the fullest flavor. The technique takes a little more precision than I can muster at 6:00 in the morning so we also have a programmable electric Melitta to perfume the house with the aroma of a fresh pot of coffee by the time the alarm clock goes off.

The cone, carafe and lid can go into the dishwasher and, as an added bonus, the filter cone fits the carafe from our previous electric coffee maker, allowing continuous java production during a dinner party. If there's a drawback, it's not the fault of the coffee maker itself but market dynamics that make #6 filters hard to find in bulk. No biggie. The ubiquitous #4 filter fits just fine and requires only a small adjustment to the pour-over rate. Better yet, use the "stopwatch" method: after the first bloom, drizzle the water in a circular motion just enough to keep the grounds wet for 30 seconds, wait 30 seconds, repeat. A little extra effort yields a lot more flavor.
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We've used one of these for years and love the simplicity and the quality of the coffee. I was quite upset when we left our last one behind while on vacation, but found them for sale here on Amazon. The biggest problem with them is finding the No. 6 filters if you need to make more than a couple of cups - they are almost impossible to find in any of our local stores. You can find the No. 4 filters, which will do two large cups, but that is all. If you come across the No. 6 size, you had better stock up.
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I grew up in Germany in the 70s, and like the previous reviewer, this is where I first encountered the Melitta manual drip coffee system. I have used Melitta manual drip coffee makers my entire adult life. They are simply the best! The thing I've never liked about automatic coffee makers is that they are impossible to truly clean. There's too many inaccessible areas where coffee oils, mold and mildew can form. With the Melitta you can put the entire system in the dishwasher, so there's never anything except fresh water touching your coffee!
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Have gone through quite a number of brewing methods but this was not only the best yet, but also the cheapest. Frankly, we bought it on a flyer thinking, wotthehell, if we don't like it we've only spent 12 bucks. Had just had an expensive coffee system break down and our old percolator was worn out. This makes great coffee and super-easy cleanup after - good if you compost the grounds. Filters are cheap. But mainly, the coffee is great and it's simple. Get a good hot water heater like the Braun and great coffee is just a few minutes away. Should have done this a long time ago!
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I finally went to this method of making coffee after many different versions of coffee makers: Mr. Coffee, Buhn, Pods, Keurig, and out-of-manufacturing versions. All had great qualities but ended up having fatal flaws such as breaking, spitting steam, overflowing grounds basket, or mineral build up.
I went to a coffee press but I didn't like all the mess of the grounds.
Then the light went on about when I had lived in Germany. My mother-in-law had a simple coffee maker by Melitta using Number 4 cone Melitta filters.
I found this simple version in my local grocery store using #2 cone filters. I love it. I especially love the improvement of this one over my mother-in-law's old version in that you can see the coffee level in the mug under the filter holder.
I highly recommend all the manual, simple drip Melitta coffee makers I own. I own the black #2 cone filter holder (single serve) on a black mug, the red #2 cone filter holder (single serve) on a red mug, and the Melitta CoffeeMaker CM-10/6 which uses a #6 cone filter.
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