Melitta Cone Filter Coffeemaker 10 Cup, 1-Count
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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.
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.
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you're looking to get a great cup of coffee (and I mean pretentious snob level great) without spending a fortune, get a Melitta (either this or just the pour over without the... Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Ashley H
My kitchen is very small and I don't have room for an electric coffee maker, so I needed a stovetop solution. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Ava J.
We've bought it 3 times...it's a bit delicate and the first couple broke on us, but my husband loves this method of coffee making, that he keeps going back when he's broken them.Published 12 days ago by Hollydays
I've used these for years. This was a replacement for my 10 yo cone that finally got too brittle and had to be replaced. Read morePublished 12 days ago by GloryQuilts
A lot of great caffeinated bang for the buck with this simple little pour over coffeemaker.Published 15 days ago by CJ
My wife and I have been drinking instant coffee the last 16-18 years and forgot how good "real" coffee made at home can be. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Amazon Customer
I give this four stars because it's unattractive and looks large. Overall, GREAT buy...but don't expect something stylish. It's the classic Melitta look and feel. No frills.Published 20 days ago by C. Jacobs
Best way to make Coffee. Simple easy way to make coffee, easy clean up, great tasting coffee.Published 25 days ago by Amazon Customer