Is Master on to something?

Master has turned in His French Press for……

THE PERFECT COFFEEMAKER?

Dr. Peter Schlumbohm PhD. Chemistry invented the Chemex in 1941. He developed more than 300 product patents while in pursuit of making everyday objects more functional, beautiful, and pleasing to use. As a chemist, he had a strong understanding of coffee extraction which allowed him to apply his pursuit to coffee-making. Made from non-porous borosilicate glass and utilizing bonded paper filters the Chemex brews coffee without imparting any flavors of its own. (Doesn’t it look like an Erlenmeyer Flask?)

THE CLAIM TO PERFECTION

The Chemex company website makes the following claim: “The Chemex® coffeemaker, together with the Chemex-Bonded® Coffee Filter, makes perfect coffee. Clear, pure, flavorful and without bitterness or sediment every time.” Siting the use of the scientifically designed glass and proprietary filters, the Chemex brews a coffee with a distinct purity that allows it to be covered and stored in the fridge without losing flavor.

Should dievca give up her beloved French Press
and follow in Her Master’s Footsteps?

2Caffienated: Chemex vs. French Press Article

Oh, its stressing her out just thinking about changing….
and something that takes more time?


7 Comments on “Is Master on to something?”

  1. I just purchased a pour over coffee maker and what a big difference form the french press and in a good way. I’m a pour over convert now. One other thing I did since the tap water in FL is questionable is I picked up some purified bottled water to use for the pour over and yeah, it tastes great.

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    • dievca says:

      Aha! It just takes more time and I am limited on time in the morning. M has more time. I am interested in my parents old percolator…I just remember my Mother’s Bridge group loving her coffee. I wonder if I can get the filters or whatever for it.

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  2. I love that over-reacting shirt. 😀

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