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Bodum Bistro Pour Over Coffee Machine

Item No. 504040

Price: $249.95

Sale Price: $179.99

You save: $69.96 (27%)

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The Bodum Bistro Pour Over is a ground-breaking brewer that automates the manual "pour over" method.
Users can watch the entire brewing process unfold via the transparent back of the machine.
Unsatisfied with the quality of coffee created by your average drip machine, Bodum went about re-inventing it as only they can.

The compact body is made from rubber-coated plastic and - despite its impressive 1.2l/40oz capacity - barely takes up any counter space. Due to a powerful spiral heating element, the water in the removable tank doesn’t lose much heat while being transported to the filter, distributing itself evenly over the ground coffee at an ideal temperature of approximately 200ºF . The filter – titanium-plated stainless steel and finely meshed – keeps the coffee pure in taste, no paper filter needed. From here the coffee drips into a plastic thermos with a double-wall stainless steel interior and remains warm. The thermos comes with a spout that keeps the heat where it belongs; with an easy press of a finger it opens only for pouring. The new Bistro also comes with improved safety features: it only turns on with the jug in place, and the handles of the jug and the filter are made from heat-resistant silicone.

12.25" (L) X 8.125" (W) X 15.75 (H)
Customer Reviews
  • Steve , drinking Peet's since 1983 3/28/12

I really wanted to like this coffee maker, but took it back after a few uses. There were two main issues. First it just didn't make coffee to our taste. The coffee was flat and amazingly had no aroma. Second, the machine was made of cheap plastic that didn't even fit together right. No at all consistent with the glass and steel reputation of Bodum French press coffee makers and not consistent with a $250 price tag.

Employee Reviews
  • Mike Richardson , drinking Peet's since 2007 5/28/12
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Two things really stand out with this coffee maker, at least in my view. The brewing cycle is extremely fast, and the vacuum-bottle pot keeps the coffee hot for a long time. With regards to the aroma mentioned in the previous review, so far the only coffee we have used is Ethiopian Super Natural (I bought enough the last time it was offered I may be able to make it through most of the year opening the roastery-sealed bags and grinding a pound at a time!) There is no mistaking the aroma and taste of this remarkable coffee. I can't tell the difference between what I can pour from this coffee maker and what I could make from our old coffee make, which was also a pour-over. As far as the fact Acrylic is used for a large portion of the shell of the machine, I don't find that a problem. If it's strong enough to make race car windshields from, it should be able to stand up to normal wear and tear a


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