SYPHON COFFEE MAKER

£68.00
The syphon method has been a round for a long time and has now made a resurgence as people look for better ways to attain the perfect cup of coffee. Two glass globes one sitting on top of the other have a re-usable filter between them to prevent coffee grounds returning to the bottom pot. Water in the lower globe is forced through heat into the upper globe where the ground coffee is contained. Heat removal after brewing will create a vacuum, thereby drawing coffee back into the lower globe.
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The syphon method has been a round for a long time and has now made a resurgence as people look for better ways to attain the perfect cup of coffee. Two glass globes one sitting on top of the other have a re-usable filter between them to prevent coffee grounds returning to the bottom pot. Water in the lower globe is forced through heat into the upper globe where the ground coffee is contained. Heat removal after brewing will create a vacuum, thereby drawing coffee back into the lower globe.The extraction rate depends on how hot the water is, how long the ground coffee remains in contact with the water, and how fine or coarse the grind is.Coffee connoisseurs consider vacuum pot method far superior to drip coffee due to the fact that in drip method hot water is simply poured over ground coffee in a filter, thereby underextracting the coffee solids. The vacuum pot is noted for its brew because as the coffee is brewed in the upper globe, the water temperature is found to be in the range of 198 to 200 degrees, well within the ideal temperature of 196 to 205 degrees f. This range reveals the full spectrum of aromas and flavors in the ground coffee, thereby giving a denser-textured, fuller-flavored cup.

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