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All of our coffee makers are designed to enable you to brew delicious, reinvigorating slow coffee in a sustainable way.



You might like to start your slow coffee adventure with a wonderfully simple yet stylish French press, pour over or coffee dripper. If you favor a more theatrical brewing experience, our eye-catching, easy-to-use vacuum/siphon coffee makers are bound to capture your attention.

Editorial Slow Coffee 2021 - Green Alternative

A GREENER ALTERNATIVE

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Whichever Bodum® coffee maker you choose, you can rest assured that you’ll never need disposable capsules or filters again. By using freshly ground coffee instead of the contents of a capsule, and an integrated, reusable filter instead of a paper version, you’ll preserve more of the beans’ natural oils for a more rounded flavor.

A GREENER ALTERNATIVE

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Whichever Bodum® coffee maker you choose, you can rest assured that you’ll never need disposable capsules or filters again. By using freshly ground coffee instead of the contents of a capsule, and an integrated, reusable filter instead of a paper version, you’ll preserve more of the beans’ natural oils for a more rounded flavor.

It’s worth pointing out that despite its name, slow coffee doesn’t take long to make at all, so it’s perfect even when you’re busy. You’ll be enjoying a cup in minutes!

types 3
OF SLOW COFFEE BREWING METHODS
3 types
OF SLOW COFFEE BREWING METHODS

Editorial Slow Coffee 2021 - Pour Over
1.Pour Over

Using a pour over coffee maker, hot water is evenly distributed over your fresh coffee grounds, allowing a rich taste, the use of stainless steel permanent filters promotes a pure flavor and means you don't need to worry about wastful paper filter.



HOW TO | pour over






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Editorial Slow Coffee 2021 - French Press
2.French press

Using a French press, like our classic Chambord® range, is perhaps the most widely used slow coffee method, and is best known for making a strong cup of java. The water stays in contact with the coffee grounds from start to finish.
Editorial Slow Coffee 2021 - French Press



HOW TO | French Press






Editorial Slow Coffee 2021 - Siphon
3.Siphon

The most dramatic and scientific-looking piece of equipment, using a siphon coffee maker uses steam to extract the natural flavors of your fresh coffee grounds, which guarantees a great taste thanks to the balance between brewing time and temperature.



HOW TO | Siphon