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Eva Solo Cafe Solo Coffee Maker with Neoprene Cover, 1-Liter, Black
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- Solo coffee maker flask with drip free pouring filter funnel and insulating neoprene cover
- Glass flask, stainless steel and rubber filter funnel, neoprene zip-up cover
- Flask is dishwasher safe; hand wash filter funnel and neoprene cover
- 1 liter (1 quart)
- Danish designed around aesthetics, functionality, and quality; made in Denmark
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I started out with a drip coffee maker. After years of making sometimes bitter, sometimes thin, but never great tasting coffee, I looked into Chemex. I was still not satisfied with the pleasant but weak brew that resulted. Finally, I read a rave review of the Eva Solo product on a coffee specialist site. The reviewer (an editor for the site) said he found the CafeSolo to produce a better full-bodied brew than either a French press or a vacuum pot, partly because it controls the temperature so well. I like the idea of a full immersion brewing system, so I bought it and immediately produced a very strong cup of the most bitter-free coffee I've ever tasted. I never drink coffee black, yet I was able to drink the result without adding sugar, and still found no bitterness!
The CafeSolo is better than a French press in two other ways. The conical mesh filter is ideally shaped to prevent blockage (the grounds sit outside the inverted cone when you pour), yet has very fine holes. So you can use a finer grind than you would for a French press and won't get any mud in your cup or problems pouring through the filter. As others have mentioned, the pourer and lid are of excellent design. But I said the CafeSolo was better in two other ways. The last reason has to do with the perils of complete extraction.
The Problem with Complete Extraction
"What's wrong with complete extraction?Read more ›
It is EXTREMELY easy to use and it does save you time when you need a cup of coffee quickly. The hardest part of making coffee in the Cafe Solo is waiting for the water to boil, via the old stove top, microwave or old drip coffee pot thingy.
I add five tablespoons of coffee and fill the carafe to just below the neck, stir, wait a few minutes (four minutes go by quick when you are busy with your morning routine), no need to watch as the sleeve keeps the coffee warm for up to a half hour anyway. The sleeve looks and feels like a wet suit.
The end product is a smoothe cup of coffe that stays nice and warm for that second cup.
I have forgotten to put the sleeve on once or twice and managed to get it on with a full carafe of hot coffee without burning my hands. You just hold the flask by the neck, which should not hold any coffee anyway and slip the sleeve over the butt of it. From one side to the other, then zip it right up. Viola! No problem.
Considering the ease of use and the after product it's worth the money. It makes Starbucks taste really good. Imagine what it could do for gourmet coffee!
It makes a great gift for a coffee lover.
There are no pumps, presses, or other gadgets. Here you brew coffee the way it was originally made, stirring hot water and coffee. The shape is not only elegant, but NEVER EVER drips.
Quality is the best I've seen ever. It leaves everything else in the dust.
While most avid coffee drinkers might think of the French press method as one of the best, if not the best, way to brew coffee, in my view the Cafe Solo takes things one step further. The filter screen, which extends down through the neck of the carafe is a very, very fine mesh. Part of the reason I think they can get away with such a fine mesh without clogging is that there is a huge surface area and the coffee tends to flow along the length of the mesh rather than straight at it when poured -- just brilliant design here. So, even if you have to resort to using a blade grinder (with its associated inconsistent grind - tsk) the fine mesh screen filters very effectively and the amount of fine particles that end up in the coffee is minimal compared to press pots.
The only disadvantage is that, beyond the optimum 4 mintues or so brewing time, the coffee remaining after your first pour does tend to brew a bit more than with the press pot -- since the grounds are free flowing in the carafe rather than compressed and trapped at the bottom of the pot. Of course you can always transfer to a thermos, but I don't since I've not found the "overbrewing" difference that significant (though it is noticeable).
The smaller 0.6L Cafe Solo is perfect for a couple of "American-sized" mugs of coffee, while the 1.0L size is great for two people.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had this brew in a restaurant and it tasted great. I bought this and tried to make several versions. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Cathy
It said that this product was 1.4l, and it wasnt. thats the only reason I rated it a 2, I wish there was a bigger carafe with neoprene cover.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Not yet sure it was worth the cost but it is a very nice piece of technologyPublished 11 months ago by Peter van Rens
This produces a GREAT cup, but you will get sediment ala french press. I've heard that pouring angle influences this a lot.It's also mess free in pour and in clean up. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Zane Dempsey
Awesome product. I just wish it was more reasonably priced.Published 15 months ago by Scott Stensland
Great coffee, every time, and it doesn't take up the whole counter. Paired with an electric kettle, it makes coffee faster and more efficiently than an electric coffee maker, and... Read morePublished 16 months ago by DrlaDel
Love the functional and unique design. Brews somewhere between filter/chemex and french press.
If you pre-heat the decanter, coffee comes out hotter than either, which I... Read more