January 31, 2006

Fresh Brew Highwave Coffee Mug Brewer

Freshbrew 001We think we'll chalk the Fresh Brew Highwave Coffee Mug Brewer up to - we'll wait and see. The new and very Melitta pour over coffee system uses paper or cotton filters to make a single cup of coffee.

We can't really see this being very innovative but perhaps it's a bit better than just setting the rig right on top. Has anyone used a cotton coffee filter?

A special thanks to Jenn for sending this in.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 31, 2006 7:49 AM
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I'm interested in the coffee mug that is with the brewer. We have a coffee shop and we would be interested in the mug itself. Is it available?
Pat Ratzlaff

Posted by: Pat Ratzlaff at March 6, 2009 3:51 PM

Looking for the mug that you have with the brewer on the front of your ad.
It is blue with yellow in the inside.
Is that one for sale somewhere?
Thanks for your input.
Pat Ratzlaff

Posted by: Pat Ratzlaff at March 6, 2009 3:47 PM

I designed this product for Highwave and was inspired for the most common and historic way coffee is brewed in Cost Rica. The inovative and maybe obvius feature is the basket design on top can be use for any disposable paper filter or the cotton one included more like the Costa Rica coffee maker. It really is the lowest tech form for the drip coffee maker. I use this every morning for the quality of the coffee and now only use the cotton filter. No plastic cone taste is a big plus. The fact that it has no plug will confuse most modern coffee drinkers, its good for camping and power outages.

Posted by: gary Ross at July 26, 2006 7:48 PM

I haven't tried it but the price of it is cheap enough to give it a try.

Posted by: Jenn at February 2, 2006 7:39 AM

Has anyone actually tried this? It's very visually appealing. It would be GREAT if it actually made good coffee too.

Posted by: FlaglerGirl at February 1, 2006 9:23 PM
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