List O’ 5 Best Designed and Best Looking Coffee Brewers/Makers!

Everyone loves coffee! Everyone needs a cup of coffee immediately after waking up in the mornings. And a few cups throughout the day. Imagine if your coffee maker was dull and boring. To not let that happen, we have compiled a list of the 5 best looking and best designed coffee makers and brewers!

 

  1. Bodum Pour-Over Coffee Maker with Permanent Filter

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The Pour Over promises excellent, rich taste and robust aroma while maintaining the natural oils of the ground coffee. Made in Europe! Check it out now on Amazon!

 

2.       Osaka Pour-Over Drip Brewer, 6 Cup (27 oz) Glass Carafe

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Designed for the perfect brew. The Borosilicate heat-resistant glass does not absorb any chemicals, odors or residue, giving you a fresh tasting coffee every time you brew. Borosilicate also means that it is resistant to thermal shock (quick changes from hot to cold and vice versa) protecting you and your carafe from breaking.
The carafe holds up to 6 (4.5 oz)cups of coffee. Check it out now on Amazon!

 

3.       Coffee Gator Pour Over Coffee Maker, 400ml/3-Cup

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The Coffee Gator pour over coffee maker helps your beans deliver maximum flavour. Check it out now on Amazon!

 

4.       HIC Pour-Over Coffee Maker Borosilicate Glass with Bamboo Handle Stainless Steel Filter

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HIC’s Pour-Over Coffee Maker, 4-cup capacity, is specially designed to brew the best tasting coffee using the manual, pour over coffee method. Practiced by coffee lovers worldwide, this time-tested Japanese coffee brewing method, also called hand drip coffee, allows complete control over coffee to water ratio and brew time using a slow, precise water flow that’s critical to extracting a consistent, rich quality and distinctly flavorful result. Each detail of HIC’s Pour-Over Coffee Maker is designed to help master this coveted technique. The high-heat borosilicate glass carafe resists shock and breakage and won’t absorb odors or transfer flavors between brews. Its bamboo handle offers a comfortable grip for pouring each delicious cup. The unique stainless steel coffee filter, with pierced exterior and fine mesh lining, allows the natural oils that contribute to coffee’s complex flavor to infuse the brew, while filtering out more sediment than traditional reusable coffee filters. Eliminates using paper coffee filters, which can strip out these flavorful oils. Water levels marked on the carafe ensure a precise measure. Brew only what’s needed, single cup coffee to 4-cups, for consistent flavor with less waste. For best coffee brewing results, boil 6-ounces of water per serving. Place the filter into the Coffee Maker and measure in medium-grind coffee with the handy coffee scoop. Using just-boiled water, wet the grounds slightly and let stand for 30 seconds to expand or bloom coffee and extract its most robust flavor. Slowly pour over remaining water in a thin, steady stream. Allow coffee to finish dripping and set filter aside to cool before discarding wet grounds. Total brew time should be about 2.5 minutes. Serve coffee immediately or chill for coffee drinks or iced coffee. A must-have of coffee gifts and coffee accessories, HIC’s Pour-Over Coffee Maker is safe for stovetop use. Not microwave or dishwasher safe. Hand wash in warm, soapy water. Check it out now on Amazon!

 

5.       Osaka Pour Over Coffee Dripper 20 oz capacity

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The carafe is made from borosilicate glass, which is resistant to thermal shock, it also does not absorb any odors, chemicals or residue. Giving you a fresh tasting coffee every time you brew. There are 3 markings, at 2 cups (9 oz) 3 cups (13.5 oz) and 4 cups (18 oz) The carafe has a 20 oz capacity. Check it out now on Amazon!

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