3-Cup Chemex Review

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Coffee is a critical part of many people’s mornings. For most, it comes out of an automatic drip or a Keurig. But we find if you make your morning caffeine hit intentional, take some time to make it yourself, you may find your mornings going a little better than when you’re running around, grabbing and going. This 3-cup chemex is the perfect size for your daily hit. it fits enough to put a little in your cup at home and fill up your to-go mug for the rest of your morning.

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La Colombe Coffee Subscription Review

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If you know a coffee lover that already has all of the gadgets, there’s nothing else left to get them other than the beans they’ll need to actually make their beloved black gold. This Monte Carlo Coffee from La Colombe is a columbian-based medium-dark roast that’s packed with a lot of flavor, without tasting burnt like every cup of Starbucks. We think it is one of their better roasts because it has character, and can change flavor profiles based on your brew method (We found a V60 is best). You can gift someone 3 months of morning life tonic for $42, 6 months for $84, or a full year for $168. The only thing they’ll need is their brewer and some water.

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ePEBO by BODUM Vacuum Coffee Maker Review

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If you are a coffee guru or like weird interesting gadgets, then this is the drink-maker for you. The ePEBO coffee maker is a vacuum brewer, meaning it uses a syphoning-style system that is calibrated to brew your coffee at just the right temperature for the right amount of time, every time. This ePEBO, as compared to its cheaper brother the PEBO has a built in heat source you can plug in, meaning you don't have to sit the apparatus on your stove or hot plate in order for it to work. While there are faster and more methodical methods to home coffee brewing, this one is by far the most interesting to watch. This is the coffee maker for the weekends you have guests, or the brewer you break out after a home made 3 course dinner party. COlor your hipster guests impressed, with this sweet-looking, great tasting, vacuum coffee maker.

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Chemex 6 Cup Coffee Brewer

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If you are a frequent coffee drinker and haven't tried a Chemex yet, now is a great time to give it a go. This style of brewing allows you to brew more than your standard v60 pour-over (six cups vs one), and it takes about the same amount of time. This method is also our preferred way to brew if we have people over, this way we're not hovering over 3 different cups for 10 mins each just to serve a few guests. If you're hesitant to get one without knowing exactly how to brew with it, don't worry the gents over at Stumptown have you covered.

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