|Brand Name||Coffee Shrub|
|Item Weight||12 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 5 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||CLEVER|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CLEVER|
Clever Coffee Dripper, Large, 18 Ounces
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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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We're proud to introduce you to the Clever Coffee Dripper, the very best coffee dripper ever!Pairing the functionality of a French Press with the convenience of a drip brewer, this coffee dripper employs the same brewing mechanism as the first, and allows for easy coffee dripping right in your cup, just like the latter.
Fashioned with BPA-free Eastman tritan plastic, this clever coffee dripper is absolutely safe to use and highly durable, offering a long-lasting performance that cannot be beat. The shut-off valve holds the coffee until the brewing process is complete to prevent coffee grounds from popping into your drink. Now you can stir in as much sugar, milk or syrups as you want without the grounds coming to the surface and making your coffee undrinkable!
At the same time, the Clever Coffee Dripper is extremely versatile, and it fits the cups and thermoses with tops measuring between 1.5" and 3.75". It works just great with any size of grind, from pre-grind to your own grind, coarse, drip & more. As a plus, cleaning is a breeze: just dispose of the used grounds/filter, gently scrub the cone with water and a brush or sponge to prevent ground buildup, rinse and you're done!
Top 5 reasons to choose Clever:
• Combines the features of a French Press and drip brewer.
• Made from BPA-free tritan plastic.
• Holds coffee until brewing process is complete; no more grounds!
• Fits cups with tops measuring between 1.5” and 3.75”.
• Easy cleanup.
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Top Customer Reviews
I just made my first cup of coffee with this and it was a breeze! First off, this thing will not break if you drop it since it is not made of glass. All I did was insert one of the filters (I got the Rockline #4 400 count filters), gave it a quick hot water rinse, then poured in some ground coffee, add hot water, gave it a stir, then put the lid on and let it steep for about 5 minutes. Afterwards, I put it on top of my coffee mug and waited till the coffee emptied itself into the mug. It empties in fairly quick, maybe about a minute or so, and all I had to do for clean up was pull the filter out and throw it in the trash, then give the dripper a quick rinse and that was it! And the coffee... wow! I dare say I prefer the taste of this over my french press. Very smooth with a lot of body. And it doesn't matter how crappy your grinder is because the filter prevents any silt from draining into your cup.
For anyone who enjoys coffee and wants to make a hassle free single cup every day, I highly recommend this product! Get the 400 count filters too, they will last you forever and make clean up super easy! I almost got the permanent filter but I decided not to because I hate emptying those things out and slamming it against the trash can, getting it everywhere and still having to rinse out the filter.
And this is the best coffee system ever. It's extremely simple, takes up almost no counter space, is tidy and efficient (clever indeed), and best of all allows maximum control for virtually any preference, whether you like a strong, deep French Press type cup (murk free - or if you like chewy coffee get a metal cone) or a brighter, lighter super-clean brew. I'm serious about my coffee and really, nothing produces a better cup.
Cheap and easy shouldn't beat the pack for best coffee-geek cup, but there you have it. I couldn't be more pleased.
(I generally eschew plastic anything, but I also like the looks and feel of this sturdy little BPA-free thing.)
If you feel a need to spend more money, get a really good grinder and world class beans. :)
Why this beats a french press:
With a french press contraption, the quality of your coffee is way better than what you would get with a normal drip machine because you actually get to steep the coffee grounds rather than just run hot water over it. Think of this as "marinating" your coffee. The downside to using a french press is two fold. First is what people call the "sludge" you'd get when using a french press. When you get to the bottom of your coffee, there is this slimy texture that just makes you not want to actually finish your cup of coffee. There are definitely ways to combat this sludge effect but it didn't really work for me.
The second reason why a CCD beats a french press is due to how easy it is to clean up. With a french press, dumping the grounds in your waste basket is definitely not hard to do. What is a pain is having to clean the plunger device. This plunger usually consists of three parts and you'd have to take them apart for cleaning after each and every time you use it. If not, coffee grinds will be stuck to it and stains will appear. The clean up process was one of the main reason why I had to switch to a single brew melitta filter.
Why this beats a melitta filter:
A single brew melitta filter is cheap, convenient and extremely easy to clean when done. If you are the only family member who drinks coffee, this little device is perfect for you. It's basically just a funnel if you think about it and that right there is why you won't get the best cup of coffee if you use this method. As soon as you pour hot water over the coffee grinds, the water drips into your cup. You actually don't get to steep your coffee. However, many users still prefer this method of brewing because it is so easy to use and clean up after.
Why the CCD rules them all:
The CCD allows you to steep your coffee because the water doesn't actually filter out until you place the CCD over your cup! This single feature is what makes this device so efficient. The "steep" you get equates to what you'd get when you use a french press. Because the coffee drips into your cup like a melitta filter, there is no extra piece to clean up. Once done, simply toss the #4 filter into your trash bin, rinse the CCD and you're done! For users who are afraid of their coffee losing temperature while steeping, the CCD comes with both a plastic base and lid. The base I find useless but the lid helps trap the heat while you are steeping the grinds. Unless you like to drink boiling water straight out of the kettle, I found that the temperature of my coffee is still hot enough for my preferences after extraction. It's much better than with a french press. The lid helps a whole lot. I usually steep for about 3 minutes.
Some might think the price is a bit too much but I believe it's definitely worth it.
My personal tips and advice:
- Never use soap to wash the CCD as it can affect the taste of your coffee.
- I normally do a "deep clean" of the CCD by just pouring in nothing but boiling water after every few days. I'd just let it sit inside and let the hot water remove some of the leftover coffee smell.
- Try to clean the CCD with hot water as much as possible if you have to rinse it right after a brew. Rinsing it with cold water might wrap the plastic.
- I never place the CCD upside down after cleaning or for any other purpose. Leave it upright as much as possible.