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Walkure Karlsbad Porcelain Pour Over Brewer

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SKU: Walkure Karlsbad

This unique and beautifully designed pour-over device offers a filtration system unlike any other. Coarsely ground coffee is suspended over two porcelain grids, arranged one on top of the other, and neither paper, cloth, or metal are part of the equation. Everything is built right in, allowing for one of the most pure and simple brewing methods out there. Resting on the top chamber, a punctured bowl serves as a water dispersion head, encouraging even extraction. Conveniently, the entire apparatus can be separated for pouring. Any user, amateur or professional, will be delighted by the ease with which coffee is made through Walküre’s Karlsbad brewer. For a more modern style, see the Walkure Bayreuth.


  • 3 practical capacities: 280mL (9.47oz), 380mL (12.85oz), 850mL (28.75oz); add to cart to choose
  • Quality build: constructed entirely of porcelain; handmade in Germany
  • Easy to use: recommended for beginners or professionals
  • Self-contained brewer: requires no extra accessories
  • Timeless design: in use for decades

Includes: server, brew chamber with built-in filter, water dispersion plate, and lid.


Germany has an impressive history of innovations in coffee brewing. Over a century ago, a young housewife named Frau Melitta Bentz became a successful businesswoman when she filtered coffee grounds with paper for the first time and patented her now-famous design. Cafes around the world testify to German genius by brewing with Dr. Peter Schlumbohm’s widely celebrated Chemex Coffee Maker. Yet another elegant tradition, which we’re now excited to offer, has been enjoyed by coffee-lovers for over 100 years: Walküre’s handmade porcelain coffee makers.
Walkure Karlsbad Porcelain Pour Over Brewer is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from So elegant … so challenging My W(v)alküre Karlsbad (SKU) drip coffee maker in white ceramic, mineature classic Austrian/German Coffee-pot design, visually wooed me into purchase! AND as a charming visual, it must remain. Yes! Why? Well, by the time the coffee drips thru, it's cold to pour into my cup. AND I drink my coffee black so no cream is cooling coffee as well. AND you can't see how full the pot is getting as you add water a couple of times. Heating the pot first with hot water AND heating the future cup is an answer. BUT you know how fast YOU want yr coffee of a morn. It's more a "toy" than a reality. The permanent filter works well. I wish I'd been smarter re its heat issue. I'd actually like to return it. As that's "verboten", It'll probably become an interesting vase. OR maybe a real "Valküre" will thunder her horse down from the Elysian Fields, burial grounds of war heroes, and take up my wee pot for a more "heavenly" venture - where coffee never cools off more than tongue desires.
Date published: 2014-03-13

What is the liquid capacity of this pot?

Asked by: classicfan
Hi, Classicfan. If you click on the "Add To Cart" button, the available options and liquid capacities will appear.
Answered by: Rfelb
Date published: 2014-01-22

Can you prepare these and leave them on a hot plate/surface?  What would you suggest as a method to keep them warm?  I thought I saw a hot plate or warmer in the video.

Asked by: LittleMissMoore
Hi, LittleMissMoore. In the video, Chris was brewing on top of a gram scale to keep track of the water in his brew. To ensure the best quality cup, we don't recommend keeping coffee on a heat source after brewing, and we also wouldn't recommend placing this porcelain brewer on a hot plate. Porcelain is a fairly efficient insulator, and should maintain the heat of your brew for 20 minutes or more.
Answered by: Rfelb
Date published: 2014-01-22
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