Melitta Filter Coffee Maker, Single Cup Pour-Over Brewer, Black, 1 Count
Brew A Phenomenal Cup Of Coffee, Black, Cone Fits All Cups, Fast Easy Clean Up, 1 Cup Capacity
What We Like
- Medium-size drip opening offers consistent brew and eliminates the risk of bitterness
- Equipped with two viewing holes that prevents overflow
- Fast and easy cleanup makes it convenient
- Comes with 1 cup capacity
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What buyers say about Melitta Filter Coffee Maker, Single Cup Pour-Over Brewer, Black, 1 Count
This is the cheapest method to make a cup of coffee and I would recommend it to anyone who is new to coffee making.
The coffee I make with this device has a clean flavor without the bitterness or acidity that other coffee makers make. The method of filtration can make a big difference, you're likely to have a very different experience with a re-circulating mesh filter.
I don't think there is a better way to brew a good cup of coffee than by boiling the water.
The grounds in the sink need to be bigger, the glass vessel needs a bigger ground size, and my husband's coffee maker is a big mess because he presses against paper cups.
I'm most pleased with the Melitta, because it's the one that tastes good and doesn't leak coffee on the way to the trash can.
I'm not over boiling the water and pouring slowly, what else can I do to fix my coffee?
A light roast will never have the depth and body of a medium or French roast, and if you want a more intense flavor, try a medium roast.
Is the plastic safe?
It can take boiling water and up to 340 F (171 C), according to the answer I got from Melitta.
What size filters does it use, and are they easy to find?
You can get #2 and #4 cone filters at the local grocery store.
How many water filter holes is there?
If you still use the gold mesh filter, you need to use a paper filter inside of it, as there is a oil in all coffee that will cause your arteries to become blocked, and your gold mesh filter won't catch it.
Please let me know if someone would be interested in taking a picture or video of how this works.
Balance it on your cup, put a filter in it, put the coffee in the filter, and pour hot water over the coffee in the filter.