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Chemex Classic Coffee Maker

Chemex Classic Coffee Maker, For Pure Coffee Without Bitterness

Chemex Classic Coffee Maker

Chemex Classic Coffee Maker, For Pure Coffee Without Bitterness

WAS:  $11.90- $59.95
NOW: $4.99 - $8.99
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Science and culinary artistry blend into the greatest cup of coffee you'll ever taste with the Chemex coffeemaker. Created by a German chemist over 40 years ago, this one-piece vessel, reminiscent of flasks or beakers found in a laboratory, is made of high-quality, heat-resistant glass and requires only a paper filter, ground coffee, and hot water for a reliable "cup of Joe" that's smooth, not bitter, and free of sediment. Adjust the amount of grounds to customize coffee strength for your palate. The beautifully polished wood collar and leather tie serve as an insulated handle. Paper filters are sold separately in boxes of 100. Made in the USA.

  • Rich, smooth coffee brewed simply with ground coffee, a paper filter, and hot water
  • 40 years of reliable coffee inspired by the shape of laboratory beakers
  • Developed by a chemist, maximizing the methods of filtration and extraction
  • Recognized as an outstanding example of American Design

Wake up every morning to the smoothest cup of coffee you've ever enjoyed using this simple, most reliable method for brewing coffee.

Chemex Classic Coffee Maker


Coffee Pot: Borosilicate glass, Rubberwood collar, Rawhide tie.
Filters: Soft wood.


Pour hot water over coffee in filter. The carafe can be hand washed or put in the dishwasher. Wooden collar should be removed before cleaning.

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Manufactured In: USA

Material - Country Of Origin: Taiwan

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Chemex Classic Coffee Maker 3 5 1 1
Stand by your Pot It makes good coffee but, following instructions, I can't make a pot of coffee without standing by to re-fill the top a couple of times to get a pot of 6 cups of coffee. My old 75 year-old aluminum drip pot makes a potful in less time and with less bother. So I shall find another use for this good-looking "carafe". March 12, 2013
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