Japanese Style Siphon Coffee Maker **FREE SHIPPING**
This apparatus-looking siphon coffee maker brews the best coffee and it's existed for more than a hundred years.
Equal parts science and artful craft, brewing coffee with our siphon brewer turns an otherwise simple task into an immersive experience.
One of the main advantages of a vacuum brewer is that the water never reaches boiling, which causes the coffee to lose some of its most subtle flavors. With a siphon, once the burner is set the temperature remains constant for the entire brew cycle.
Material:Made of quality heat resistant glass and polypropylene made in other parts. Easy and durable to use without making a mess while brewing your tasty coffee.
Easy to Use:This siphon coffee maker with its alcohol burner continuously provides consistent heat throughout the coffee brewing process and extract the flavor and scent. WE RECOMMEND AN ADJUSTABLE BUTANE BURNER FOR EASE AND CONTROL
Flexible:Achieve precise brew consistency and personalization by establishing your own temperature and coffee to water ratios.
3 Cup Capacity:This siphon coffee maker provides a good quantity of 3 cups serving of delicious coffee, perfect for serving 1-2 people. Make your coffee in style with a nice amount of serves to your guests or families. Give one filter cloth and one sponge brush.
How to Use?
Soak the filter in warm water for 5 minutes. Drop the filter into the center of the upper bowl, then pull the chain to secure the filter and set the top into the holder.
Weigh out the coffee; the amount depends on the brewing ratio you’ll use. Grind the coffee to a medium coarseness, a little finer than you would for a French press. Transfer the ground coffee into the siphon top. RECOMMENDED: 30g Coffee Grounds to 400ml water.
Pour the hot water into the lower bowl in its stand.
Ignite the burner. Place the lower bowl over the flame and wait for the water to boil. Test the heat of the water by inserting the upper bowl so the chain touches the water. You want to see a reaction (bubbles), but if the reaction is too wild, remove the lower bowl from the heat and swirl it in a counter-clockwise direction to release bubbles. RECOMMENDED: Purchase a reusable, adjustable butane burner to easily manage heat source.
With the lower bowl over the heat, insert the upper bowl into the pot firmly but gently, as you will soon need to remove the top.
Once 1 inch (2.5cm) of water has risen into the upper bowl, use the stirring paddle to immerse the coffee into the water. Scrape the edge and plunge the grounds into the water. Resist the temptation to stir.
Keep the siphon on the heat, undisturbed, for 30 seconds, then start stirring in a counterclockwise direction, with the burner still on. Stir for no more than 12 rotations. The goal is to create the fastest and deepest whirlpool with a minimum of rotations. (This skill is best acquired by practicing stirring without the coffee grounds.) Think of the coffee grounds as a school of fish that want to stay together. Don’t cut into the mass of coffee with the paddle.
Physically separate the siphon pot from the heat source and remember to turn off your burner. The coffee should descend into the lower bowl in 30 to 90 seconds. If it takes longer, the coffee is ground too finely.
To remove the upper bowl, gently rock it back and forth as you twist and pull it out of the lower bowl. Rinse the filter (don’t use soap) and store it following the instructions, opposite. Hand wash the upper and lower bowls. There’s no need to take the lower bowl off the stand during cleaning.
Current Stock will be Stainless Steel Chassis with Black handle. Bronze colored setup is unavailable.