Bodum Melior French press

Bodum Melior French press

Pressed coffee tastes so much better than drip

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  • Chic yet simple water kettle for heating hot water for tea or instant coffee, ready in four minutes.

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  • Never burn your hands on hot glasses again with these gorgeous double walled glass cups from Bodum. These espresso shot glasses are small, slick, and beautiful.

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  • I love my double walled glasses for my morning tea. They're very light and delicate so you have to be careful but you don't need to worry about burning your hand because the heat doesn't penetrate the second wall. And of course th... I love my double walled glasses for my morning tea. They're very light and delicate so you have to be careful but you don't need to worry about burning your hand because the heat doesn't penetrate the second wall. And of course they look great. From Bodum: Our Assam double wall glass collection is a design innovation. These (0.2 l, 7.0 oz.) glasses are made of ultra-light, heat resistant, mouth-blown borosilicate glass. Their unique double wall design creates a highly effective layer of insulation that keeps hot drinks hot without burning your fingers and cold drinks cold without the messy condensation. The glasses are available in a variety of sizes to perfectly frame espressos, cappuccinos, beer and iced drinks, forever eliminating the need for a coaster. Proving that design works when form follows function, these thermo glasses have already been awarded with two prestigious international design awards: The International iF Product Design Award 2005 “for their pure and minimal design” and The Materialica Design Award 2004 “for using a known material in an innovative way.” Also available in 3 oz. and 9 oz. 13.5 oz sizes.

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  • I decided a while back that a French press would be my method of brewing coffee at home. Saw this one at Starbucks and fell in love with it. It's red!

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  • No other coffee maker has fascinated passionate coffee drinkers like the Pebo. Here Jørgen Bodum tells the Pebo story, and after you read it you'll understand why this passion for coffee has lasted two generations and for sure wil... No other coffee maker has fascinated passionate coffee drinkers like the Pebo. Here Jørgen Bodum tells the Pebo story, and after you read it you'll understand why this passion for coffee has lasted two generations and for sure will last another two. In the mid-50's my father, Peter Bodum, imported a French "vacuum" coffee maker and sold it for a couple of years on the Danish market. Although he found it both expensive and unsatisfactory he was convinced that the "vacuum coffee brewing system" was the best way to brew a good cup of coffee. With this in mind he set out to develop the first Bodum vacuum coffee maker in cooperation with one of Denmark's first product designers, the architect Kaas Klaeson. Their slogan, "design should not be expensive," is one that Bodum still stands for! Product development in 50's Denmark needed a pioneer's vision. From the first model, called Mocca, to the highly successful Pebo, my father improved both the practical aspect of the vacuum coffee system and the quality of the coffee brewed in it. In creating a coffee maker to use on the stovetop as well as on a spirit burner at the table, he bridged the gap between everyday use and special events. His new, revolutionary nylon filter achieved a break-through in coffee brewing quality, far overshadowing the existing cotton and glass filters on the market. This patented filter strained coffee to a fine, tasteful and still aromatic coffee with nearly no sediments left over in the cup - ...

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  • Coffee in this gorgeous cup is a great start to anyone's morning.

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  • a newer hipper french press

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  • fresh coffee or tea on the go!

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  • the famous santos coffee maker, now in a stovetop version. takes up a lot less space in the kitchen. a wonderful, stylish accessory for die-hard coffee-lovers.

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  • Mmmm....why pay ridiculous amounts for coffee in styrofoam or cardboard when you can actually press your own on your way out the door or at the stop light? You can still support free trade farmers by buying the coffee beans and g... Mmmm....why pay ridiculous amounts for coffee in styrofoam or cardboard when you can actually press your own on your way out the door or at the stop light? You can still support free trade farmers by buying the coffee beans and grinding them yourself before using. But this way, you take the pressed taste with you.

  • Great espresso at home will cost you. But why spend money on complicated machines when you can have this stove top espresso maker? Just pour fresh water in the water compartment up to the line, insert the filter, fill it with ... Great espresso at home will cost you. But why spend money on complicated machines when you can have this stove top espresso maker? Just pour fresh water in the water compartment up to the line, insert the filter, fill it with coffee, and place it on the stove. When the water boils, the steam will create the perfect amount of pressure to force the coffee beans to the upper container. There is even a safety valve in case the pressure does happen to get too high. There are 2 versions of this espresso maker to choose from, one that will make 3 cups or 6 cups. And best of all they are reasonably priced! A great solution for the coffee connoisseur!

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  • Have you noticed how sleek and minimalist Bodum products are? Whenever you serve coffee, in the morning or late at night as the party is winding down, how delicious to have frothy warm milk to pour over a cup of dark, rich, stea... Have you noticed how sleek and minimalist Bodum products are? Whenever you serve coffee, in the morning or late at night as the party is winding down, how delicious to have frothy warm milk to pour over a cup of dark, rich, steaming coffee!

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  • Great for both tea and coffee, this press is beautifully made and keeps your coffee and tea hot while you work on your novel.

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  • bodum assam double walled iced tea glass - gorgeous ~ although some argue they are a bit too fragile... no liquid doesn't look fabulous in it.

  • Love the line of "float" products from molo (http://www.molodesign.com) but can't afford it? Then Bodum's line of double walled drinkware is your answer with 4 different lines of affordable glasses to choose from. Prices range fro... Love the line of "float" products from molo (http://www.molodesign.com) but can't afford it? Then Bodum's line of double walled drinkware is your answer with 4 different lines of affordable glasses to choose from. Prices range from $15 - $60. Glasses are mouth blown and rather light so be careful! Keeps hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold and protects you from those elements when you're carrying it.

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  • I have a set of the double walled glasses and I love them, perfect for tea or latte. You can pour a boiling hot beverage inside, and the exterior stays cool to the touch. I also love being able to see the inside, which you can't d... I have a set of the double walled glasses and I love them, perfect for tea or latte. You can pour a boiling hot beverage inside, and the exterior stays cool to the touch. I also love being able to see the inside, which you can't do with a porcelain cup. For tea lovers, this is perfect for those hand-rolled teas that unfold at the bottom of your cup. The canteen is the same as the glasses I have with the added benefit of a handle, althought it might be fragile, since the glass is mouth-blown.

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  • You would think that after living a few years in Milan I would have bought an italian espresso machine, but while I find they make excellent professional grade machines for baristas, most of them are overkill for home use, or end ... You would think that after living a few years in Milan I would have bought an italian espresso machine, but while I find they make excellent professional grade machines for baristas, most of them are overkill for home use, or end up being cut down version of their top of the line models. I've looked at a number of options before buying the Granos by Bodum, with a combination of design, usability, steam pressure (very important) and water input, and the Granos is a Italian Espresso Machine created by a Japanese Designer (Masato Yamamoto) for a Danish company headquatered in Switzerland, and it works. I also like the fact that if I wanted to I could plug one of those fancy water bottles from my other list into the machine, and make espresso with the same water used to make the famous Glenlivet single malt scotch.

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