HIC Harold Import Co. NT1044-HIC 19 oz. White Drip with Pot Porcelain Coffee Maker Home Decor Products
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- A must have Kitchen Gadget
- Manufactured in China
- Coffee Maker W/ Pot Drip
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The HIC Porcelain Drip Coffee Maker includes a porcelain pot with lid and a porcelain #1 coffee filter cone. HIC Porcelain is oven, broiler, microwave, freezer and dishwasher safe. Capacity: 2.25 cups
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Top customer reviews
This adorable little (18 oz) single serve drip coffee maker is PERFECT for when only one guest wants coffee, or for large gatherings when you have a pot of 'regular', but one person would prefer decaf or a flavored coffee. It makes for a lovely presentation as you bring it to the table. White mixes with nearly any china pattern.
Nice for a breakfast-in-bed tray, too.
But I use it for myself quite often, you see, I like a LOT of milk with my coffee. This wee pot keeps the coffee warm (not hot, but warmer than an open vessel) while I stretch it out for 2 mugfulls.
Very pleased. Would be a perfect 5 star review if the porcelain itself were perfect, but mine had a few pinhead sized dark spots.
Just be aware it is a small coffee maker and that the coffee doesn't stay hot too long in it. I find myself drinking the first cup faster so that the second cup won't get cold. Of course, I could just poor the whole thing in a larger thermal coffee cup or make one cup at a time.
I find the coffee made via this little set does taste good, no plastic flavors from some conventional makers that some people can taste, or at least we think we can :). The water temperature and the size of your grind are crucial in getting the right flavor but well worth it. On my coffee grinder, I vary it between the cone and french press setting, of course this will vary depending on the grinder and personal preferences. The online sources that I have read say the water temp should be about 200F, and they recommend not letting it boil or at least for long, since this causes the air to go out of the water and will make it flat. I found different temperatures do change the flavor a fair amount; maybe I over heated it, not sure. I will order a thermometer in the future so I can experiment with different temperatures.
Also, for you Keurig owners, I own a Keurig Platinum B70, and I wanted to brew some different coffees without k-cups, and lucky for me when I remove the Keurig's spill tray this porcelain coffee maker fits nicely under the Keurig (which brews up to 192F on the highest setting), so now I can get my coffee fresh and fast! In the final analysis I find the Keurig k-cups are fine if I use cream and sugar, or if I want my coffee fast, but I am starting to drink my coffee black again, and I think it tastes better via this porcelain coffee maker, or possibly I haven't found the right k-cups for me. Anyway, I am very happy with this porcelain coffee maker!
I hope this was helpful. Enjoy!
I can only drink decaf which my husband does not like so this little coffee maker is perfect for me...also the 2 cups of coffee is all I need.
I fill the little pot with water then pour that into my water kettle so that I never have to worry about over-filling. Once my coffee is brewed I put it on a cup warmer to prevent it from getting cold.
For the price you cannot beat this little drip coffee maker. It was just what I was looking for.
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and very clumsy to use. Rather just buy a dripping cup without the pot.
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