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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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The Eva Solo Cafe Solo coffee maker makes original coffee, without filters, steam or pushing and pulling. Simply spoon ground coffee into the glass flask and fill with boiling water. Stir and insert the drip free filter funnel in the top of the flask. Wait 4 minutes and pour. The flip-top lid opens automatically when pouring. Designer: TOOLS.
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My first attempt: 32 oz water, 5 tbsp Marley Coffee Smile Jamaica that I ground a little more coarse than for drip, 1 min for bloom then broke up crust gently, 3 min steep. We got some good coffee out of this thing.
This yielded a much richer more full body brew than my Bunn STX that has outlived the first one by six months already. It takes longer (velocity brew takes 3 min) is more to do & clean up. I felt rewarded for my effort though. I know I'll refine the process more but what we got today was way better than the last time using a french press when the power went out. When this trusty Bunn does die and this stuff (got the ES wide-base thermos) stays out on the counter our kitchen will look a bit spiffed up.
If you pre-heat the decanter, coffee comes out hotter than either, which I favor.
I have a gabillion different coffee brewers, this in my top 3.
Word of care -- if you are at all fumble fingered be careful putting the neoprene sleeve back on.
I can see where the glass decanter could shoot out of your hands and @%$^
Practice while sitting on the couch!
At first I was a little concerned about the cleanup, but I saw a suggestion that works wonderfully: just fill the carafe with tap water, swish it around to get the spent grounds floating in the water, and then dump it out in your yard. This removes nearly all the grounds, and a simple wash in the sink with a bottle brush finishes the job. Coffee grounds are supposedly good for your soil, and so far, I haven't noticed any detrimental effects.
I would definitely recommend this to those who want a more manual coffee brewer.
The neoprene cover is a great idea, but not the most practical. It fits very snugly and is a bit difficult to get on the bottle as a result. It has to be removed in order to wash the bottle, so that means that every time you make coffee, you have to struggle to get the cover on, and then remove it again. Still though, we love this product and will continue to use it daily.