December 7, 2010

Chemex and Coava Metal Cone Filter Make Perfect Coffee Together


If you've never used a Chemex pour over coffee maker, than you're not used to the worst part of using a coffee maker with filter papers. The problem? Just like with every single cup of coffee you brew using your Keurig, Senseo, Tassimo, or others is you have to throw away the filter. The Coava Kone eliminates this when using a Chemix coffee maker, allowing you to reuse Coava's photochemically etched metal Kone filter for every pot.

The Chemex one cup and a little more single serve
coffee maker.

Coffee brewed via Chemex using a filter paper is noted for it's clarity, but when you use a coffee cone filter like the Coava you get more a french press mix.

NYT's Oliver Strand:

"It gives you the control of a Chemex and the tannic cup you get from a French press: a was strange to find such an aggressive coffee sitting in my Chemex. It was like pulling the top off a bamboo steam basket and encountering a piece of grilled meat."

We're anxious to dig out our Chemex coffee maker and acquire one of these Coava cones. Wish us luck on the pursuit, and we'll tell you how the coffee is when it arrives.

Via Gizmodo at Chemex

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Posted by Jay Brewer at December 7, 2010 7:55 AM
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