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Clever Coffee Dripper

Clever Coffee Dripper
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While there are MANY single-cup filter cone drippers out on the market, we decided to have here arguably the easiest to use and most interesting, the Clever Coffee Dripper, which is made in Taiwan by Abid. You would've thought such an elegant was invented years ago, but it's a relative newcomer to the marketplace. As brew results go, it offers a nice cross of a straightforward Melitta cone and a French Press. Using any #4 cone filter (we recommend the unbleached ones)you control the dwell time by virtue of its ingenious stopper system which holds back the steeping liquid until you put the cone on top of your cup. We recommend a full 4 minute steeping of the coffee grounds using 200 degree water for maximum body and flavor. The unit comes with a plastic cover lid (to keep the heat in the cone while the coffee is steeping) and a bottom one to rest the unit on while brewing (the latter not truly necessary...the cone can sit on any flat surface, as the coffee will not release until it's put on top of the cup you'll use). Manufactured in Taiwan of quite heavy-duty plastic. This Clever dripper is fast gaining popularity in high-end coffee shop drip stations. NOT DISHWASHER-SAFE per the manufacturer, but easy to clean. I am really excited about this little filtercone, the Clever Coffee Dripper. It greatly improves the quality of the coffee you brew. It is a simple #4 cone with a drip-stop mechanism. You let the coffee and water infuse for whatever length of time you want, place the filter on a cup or other vessel and let the filtered coffee drain down. Maria and I have been using this to make coffee at home for a couple of months now – and it works great. It actually does not drip! Well, not when it is not supposed to. It is an in-expensive way to make great coffee; all the body and full-flavor extraction of french press, without the sediment. That's why we call this a “Full Immersion” brew method – coffee and water can infuse for the recommended 3-4 minute time, rather than a normal filtercone where you can only hope to control brew time by grinding coffee ridiculously fine. The Clever Coffee Dripper blends the convenience of filter drip, with control over extraction. It's great for camping and travel as well, and can make coffee for 1, 2 4 people...exceeding the limitation of the Aeropress. -Tom
$22.00


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