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Technivorm Moccamaster 79312 KBGT Polished Silver
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- Auto drip-stop brew-basket with thermal carafe
- Simple to operate and quiet brewing process that produces a full carafe in just 4 to 6 minutes
- Unique, copper boiling element rapidly heats water to control brewing temperature between 196 to 205 degrees Fahrenheit which is important for coffee soluble extraction, then automatically switches off when the water reservoir is empty
- Made with durable metal housings and BPA/BPS/BPF & Phthalate free plastics
- Ideal water saturation time to maximize coffee complexity, flavor and aroma – Achieved through a cone shaped brew-basket design that regulates a 6 minute steep
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|Color||Polished Silver||Polished Silver||Polished Silver||Polished Silver||Brushed Silver||Silver|
|Item Dimensions||12.2 x 7.1 x 16.1 in||12.2 x 7.1 x 15.4 in||13.39 x 6.69 x 14.17 in||12.2 x 7.1 x 16.1 in||14.57 x 7.09 x 17.72 in||13.39 x 6.69 x 14.17 in|
|Item Weight||6.73 lbs||6.5 lbs||6.26 lbs||6.73 lbs||7.25 lbs||6.26 lbs|
The Moccamaster KBGT model features a thermal carafe and an automatic drip-stop brew-basket that stops the flow of coffee if the carafe is pulled away. The KBGT brews a full 40oz pot of coffee in six minutes. The thermal carafe will keep your coffee hot up to an hour. To keep coffee hot for longer or traveling with your carafe, switch to the included Travel Lid. All Moccamaster Coffee Brewers are handmade in the Netherlands and backed by an industry leading 5-year warranty.
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The coffee that is produced is noticeably smoother and without bitterness even when brewed very strong. I don't bother with pre-heating the thermal carafe and the coffee stays hot for the 1-2 hour holding time I need. The CI review recommended using 1.5 to 1.83 grams of coffee per fluid ounce of water - 64 to 78 grams for the 42.5 ounce "10 cup" capacity. I've found the lower amount produces the strength I prefer but YMMV. Many may find this to be a lot more coffee than they have used in the past but the lack of bitterness from this unit shows up weaker brews as having a watery taste. I use a Cuisinart DBM-8 burr mill and the 8/10 cup settings match up almost perfectly with the 51/64 gram weight needed. I use a $4 mesh filter instead of paper and it works just fine. I don't think anyone needs to buys the special paper filters offered by the manufacturer.
A couple of quibbles: As noted by other reviewers, the plastic parts are very light weight for an appliance that costs this much - had they been sturdier I would have rated the unit 5 stars. Also, the 42 ounce capacity is on the low side if you're serving a crowd. The short brew cycle (under 5 minutes) does help if you need more.
Bottom line - nobody needs a $300 coffee maker but I think this one is worth the price.
The Mochamaster does brew a tastier cup of coffee than my well loved Bonavita BV1900ts - smoother, richer, more flavorful, with a better mouthfeel / texture, and zero astringent over extracted notes. Sadly, again, the plastics on the Bonavita are more noticeably robust and feel higher quality.
Still a solid recommend if you are the type of person who possesses some higher functionality / delicacy before their first cup of coffee in the morning. If you tend to be a bit rough and tumble until you have had your morning brew might want to consider the Bonavita instead.
1) The coffee is excellent - orders of magnitude better than the Mr. Coffee. The first cup I tasted made me say "Wow - this is what coffee is supposed to taste like". I still get coffee from Starbucks on a regular basis and sometimes when their daily coffee is not a kind I like then I just prefer to make my own at home - its that good.
2) I like the fact that you can stir the grounds as the water is coming out
3) The stainless carafe does not keep the coffee as hot as the Mr. Coffee version, but the Mr. Coffee version was stained on the inside after the first use and it was impossible to remove the stains. The Moccamaster after a month shows no stains. The directions say to "preheat" the carafe prior to using for better results...how stupid is that to waste a ton of water waiting for it to get hot so I can heat up the carafe? It's so stupid I can't believe they printed it.
4) Its fast - only 6 or 7 minutes for a full pot
1) The "10 cups" thing is a joke, but I think this is the same with most of the coffee makers these days. It makes about enough for 2 of the Starbuck's "Grande" size. Apparently Germans drink small cups of coffee. The Mr. Coffee made about 20% more than the the Moccamaster.
2) The coffee is not as hot as the Mr. Coffee was. It's pretty hot but we still heat it up in the microwave even right after brewing.
Conclusions: Yes, $300+ dollars for a coffee maker is ridiculous. But if good coffee is one of life's requirements then the Moccamaster will get you that.
I use Costco Colombian coffee and what is brewed rivals ANY premium coffee from Seattle (or elsewhere for that matter).
My only complaint is the amount of coffee it makes.
I just have to brew more coffee to get around that small hurdle.
Hey, Tecnivorm are you listening?
When will you come out with a larger reservoir?
Will it be upgradeable (at a VERY, VERY reasonable price) for existing users?
I hope so!
With a 5 year warranty, I expect it to last so I can enjoy the excellent coffee for a looong time!