Yama Coffee Vacpot 3 Cup Tabletop Siphon/Syphon
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Siphon (or Syphon) brewers made their way to the U.S. at the end of the 19th century and became popular for their elegance, showmanship, and ability to produce a clean and flavorful cup of coffee. The combination of coffee as commodity and the convenience of electricity caused the Siphon brewer to fall off the map in the middle to late 20th century. Recently the Siphon has rode the wave of specialty (or culinary) coffee back into the spotlight. While the beautiful glass and open flame brewing process still keep the elegance and showmanship in tact, the Siphon is most coveted for it's ability to brew the best cup of coffee you've ever had. In the eyes of many coffee aficionados, the combination of full-immersion brewing, consistent temperature stability, and use of a cloth filter make the Siphon the ideal coffee brewer. It is the favorite method of many of us at Prima and we're confident you will love it as well. We know the Siphon can seem intimidating at first, so take a look at the links below for more information.
The 5 cup (591 mL) size siphon can be found here.
For more information on the Siphon check out our Siphon Review.
For detailed brewing instructions check out our Prima Coffee Siphon Brewing Guide.
- Complete vacuum pot set, including burner for burning denatured alcohol (denatured alcohol not included).
- 360 ml listed capacity brews one to three cups at a time.
- Cup = 120ml
- The vacuum pot brewing method is extremely hands-on, allowing a high degree of control over the brewing process.
- Beautifully designed and aesthetically pleasing.
- Comes complete with upper and lower glass brewing chambers, lid, stand, burner, coffee spoon, cloth filter, and filter holder.
- This listing is for a syphon with an included alcohol burner, if you would like to purchase a butane burner, add it in the options before adding to cart.
- Extra cloth filters available here.
The TACKY Inlay Station is a wood pour-over stand beautifully designed for your viewing and brewing pleasure. The seamless "inlay" design gives the stand its name and also a unique look that anyone who appreciates fine wood craftsmanship will admire. The Inlay stand is available as a one, two, or three hole station and in a variety of woods. Pourover brewing is both delicious and artistic - the Inlay adds to the whole experience.
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Not only are its looks something to take seriously, but the Solo's coffee is not to be underestimated. Because of its use of "total immersion" brewing (similar to that of a french press), the grounds are evenly and completely submersed in water. This provides extraction that is difficult to achieve by other methods of brewing. It is advisable, however, that once the 4 minutes of extraction is complete, the coffee should be immediately served or transferred into a thermal pot (we recommend one of the Zojirushi carafes). This will prevent over-extraction from taking place which results in a bitter tasting coffee.
The Cafe Solo is unquestionably a unique and exceptional specialty coffee manual brewer. Because of its simple usability and superior design, the Cafe Solo is a force to be reckoned with in the specialty coffee world.