Chemex Pourover Coffee Maker - 600ml
Chemex Pourover Coffee Maker - 600ml
Chemex Pourover Coffee Maker - 600ml
Chemex Pourover Coffee Maker - 600ml
Chemex Pourover Coffee Maker - 600ml
Chemex Pourover Coffee Maker - 600ml
Chemex Pourover Coffee Maker - 600ml

Highlights

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ENHANCED FLAVOUR EXTRACTION -

The pour-over method allows for optimal flavor extraction, ensuring every sip is rich, aromatic, and full-bodied. Experience the true essence of your favourite coffee beans with the Sipologie Pourover Coffee Maker

PREMIUM QUALITY -

This pourover is crafted with high-quality materials, featuring a durable stainless steel filter and heat-resistant borosilicate glass.

STYLISH AND VERSATILE DESIGN -

The Sipologie Illuminate Coffee Maker combines functionality with elegance. Its sleek and modern design will add a touch of sophistication to any kitchen or coffee station. Whether you're a coffee aficionado or a casual drinker, this coffee maker is a stylish addition to your home.

Essential Coffee Know-How

Buying Whole Beans vs Ground Coffee

Whole beans are the key to preserving the freshness and flavor of your coffee, as they retain their qualities longer than ground coffee, which quickly loses its aroma and taste due to exposure to air and light.

By grinding your beans right before brewing, you unlock the full potential of the oils and compounds responsible for coffee's rich flavor and aroma, ensuring a more vibrant and enjoyable cup every time.

Using Freshly Roasted Coffee

Freshly roasted coffee provides the best flavour in your cup. They are packed with oils and compounds that contribute to the coffee’s aroma and taste.

When coffee beans are exposed to air, they begin to oxidize, leading to a loss of these flavourful qualities. This is why coffee enthusiasts often emphasize the importance of using beans that are as close to their roasting date as possible.

Additionally, freshly roasted beans have a higher level of carbon dioxide, which can enhance the extraction process, resulting in a more vibrant and full-bodied brew. By prioritizing freshness, you ensure that your coffee has the richest and most complex flavor profile possible

How Grind Size Affects Flavour

The grind size influences the extraction process; A finer grind increases the surface area in contact with water, leading to a faster extraction of flavours and oils.

This is ideal for methods with short brew times, like espresso. However, too fine a grind can result in over-extraction, making your coffee taste bitter.

Conversely, a coarser grind is better for longer brewing methods, such as French press or cold brew. It slows down the extraction process, reducing the risk of over-extraction and resulting in a smoother, more balanced flavor.

Brewing Guide

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Bring water to just below boiling temperature (around 95°C), which is ideal for extracting the full flavor of the coffee without scalding it. Using a long-spout or gooseneck kettle is suggested.
Place your steel filter in the pour-over brewer. Add one heaped tablespoon (approx. 15g) of medium-fine ground coffee for every 250ml of water.
Pour a small amount of hot water over the grounds to pre-wet them. This allows the coffee to ‘bloom’ and release gases, ensuring a smoother flavour. Let it bloom for around 45 seconds.
Pour the rest of the water slowly over the coffee in a circular motion, ensuring all grounds are saturated. Use the Measurement Markings to monitor the amount of coffee brewed and stop at the desired amount.