Chemex 10 Cup Coffee Maker - Classic & Glass Handle Styles
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- 10 Cup Chemex
Known as a pristine coffeemaker, Chemex® employs all of the chemically correct methods for brewing. Also available with a built-in glass handle, click here: Classic Glass Chemex With Handle,
- Simple function and visual elegance combine for the optimum extraction of full rich-bodied coffee.
- This hourglass shaped flask is made entirely of glass, a chemically inert material that does not absorb odors or chemical residues.
- Capacity: 10 cup/50 oz.
- Wood Collar Style includes a polished wood collar with leather tie.
- Glass Handle Style includes a graceful but sturdy glass handle.
- Has no moving parts and will work forever, unless it is dropped or in some other way destroyed.
- Also available in 8 cup, 6 cup, and 3 cup volumes.
- 1. Open the Chemex-Bonded® Coffee Filter into a cone. One side should have three layers. Place the cone in the top of your coffeemaker with the thick portion toward the pouring spout.
- 2. Using Regular or Automatic Grind coffee only, put one rounded tablespoon of coffee per 5 oz. cup into the filter cone. If you prefer stronger coffee, use more; there is never any bitterness in coffee brewed using the Chemex® method.
- 3. When the water is boiling, remove it from the heat until it stops boiling vigorously. It should now be at about 200°F, a perfect brewing temperature. Pour a small amount of water over the coffee grounds, just enough to wet them without floating. This is important because it allows the grounds to "bloom," so the desirable coffee elements can be released.
- 4. After this first wetting simply pour more water, soaking the grounds each time, but keeping the water level well below the top of the coffeemaker. Once the desired amount of coffee is brewed, dispose of the spent grounds by lifting the filter out of the coffeemaker. And that's it! You are now ready to enjoy a perfect cup of coffee!
Chemex Brewing Instructions:
Recommended starting parameters:
- ~ 48-54 grams of coffee - medium-coarse grind
- ~ 800-900 milliliters of water
- ~ 200-205 degrees
- ~ 4:00 brew time