COFFEE FILTERS FOR PERCOLATORS - FOR PERCOLATORS

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Coffee Filters For Percolators


coffee filters for percolators
    coffee filters
  • (coffee filter) filter (usually of paper) that passes the coffee and retains the coffee grounds
    percolators
  • (Percolator) coffee maker that continuously runs water through the coffee grounds to make coffee.
  • (percolator) a coffeepot in which boiling water ascends through a central tube and filters back down through a basket of ground coffee beans
  • A coffee percolator is a type of pot used to brew coffee. The name stems from the word "percolate" which means to cause (a solvent) to pass through a permeable substance especially for extracting a soluble constituent.
  • A machine for making coffee, consisting of a pot in which boiling water is circulated through a small chamber that holds the ground beans
coffee filters for percolators - Perma-Brew 3
Perma-Brew 3 Year Re-useable Coffee Filter, Disk
Perma-Brew 3 Year Re-useable Coffee Filter, Disk
Perma-Brew 3 Year Re-usable Coffee Filters are more convenient, and economical than paper filters. Always ready to use-no more running out of filters. Ecologically sound-no daily filter disposal. No more trying to separate a single filter from a stack of paper filters. Rigid shape makes them easier to fill with coffee and to insert in the coffeemaker than paper filters. Micro-fine filter openings retain coffee sediment while flavor and aromatic components pass through for optimum extraction and inchfresh brewed inch taste. Made of laboratory-grade materials. Dishwasher safe. Three year warranty. Fits most coffeemakers using disk or wrap around filters including percolators and other coffee pots with central stem in basket.

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SILEX DRIPOLATOR VINTAGE COFFEE MAKER
SILEX DRIPOLATOR VINTAGE COFFEE MAKER
MAKER: SILEX MODEL: DRIPOLATOR SIZE: APX 6.5 INCHES TALL CONDITION: NICE CONDITION BUT MISSING THE SPREADER. THIS SCARCE SMALL SILEX COFFEE MAKER WAS DESIGNED FOR JUST JUST TWO CUPS OF COFFEE. THIS RARE PIECE WAS PRODUCED BY THE SILEX COMPANY AND SOLD IN THE 1920'S. THIS DRIP COFFE MAKER HAD THREE PARTS: THE LOWER POT, THE UPPER BOWL WITH SEVEN HOLES IN THE BASE, AND A SMALL GLAS WEIGHT THAT HELD DOWN A PAPER FILTER CALLED THE SPREADER (MISSING). HOT WATER IS POURED OVER THE GROUNDS AND COFFEE DRIPS DOWN INTO THE LOWER BOWL. STANDING APX 6.5 INCHES TALL IT A BLACK WOODEN HANDLE WITH A METAL BAND AROUND THE GLASS WHICH IS MISSING SOME OF ITS PAINT. SILEX IS STAMPED ON THE SIDE OF THE BASE. THE GLASS HAS A BLUE TINT WITH WITH NO CHIPS OR CRACKS. I'VE READ CONFLICTING VIEWS ON WHETHER THE GLASS WAS MADE BY FIRE KING. The UPPER AND LOWER GLASS IS RIBBED. I'VE DECIDED TO SELL THIS ENTIRE COLLECTION. FOR THE COLLECTOR, A COFFEE SHOP, RESTAURANT, ETC. THIS WOULD BE A STUNNING COLLECTION. THERE ARE APX 50 PIECES. IF YOUR INTERESTED, SEND ME AN E-MAIL, MAKE ME AN OFFER.
Joy of Cooking: Recipe #11, Cafe Diable
Joy of Cooking:  Recipe #11, Cafe Diable
It isn't possible to flame a spoon full of Cointreau and hold a digital camera at the same time -- who knew? This picture is a bit after-the-fact, but the coffee was delicious and makes a fun show. I used the leftover Turkish coffee, which I made with regular dark roast coffee ground finely. For this recipe, I put the Turkish coffee through a Chemex filter (I love that little system). This is the last recipe from the coffee section. I want to note that I have made coffee using seven different methods, none of which I had tried before. None of them required an electrical appliance and most of the equipment was very inexpensive. I have no fewer than three expensive electric coffeemakers and I am now using NONE of them. As a rule, I am using my percolator or my Chemex drip filter for most of my coffee, and the Bialetti pressure pot for cappucinos. None of that $500-worth of equipment now parked in storage can come close to my $20 percolator (your mileage may vary - it takes a little practice). So sad. Not like my folks didn't try to warn me!

coffee filters for percolators
coffee filters for percolators
Presto 02811 12-Cup Stainless Steel Coffeemaker
Made from luxurious stainless steel. Makes 4 to 12 cups of rich, flavorful coffee automatically; a cup a minute. Signal light tells when coffee is ready to serve. Attractive, traditional styling - ideal for table service.

One of the most comforting sounds in the world is the bubbling of a coffee percolator at work. And then comes the toasty aroma--it makes for a perfect morning. Percolators have come back to home kitchens, and the Presto 12-cup stainless steel coffee maker is a prime example. Its elegant, hotel-style design brings a touch of luxury to what is for many a daily pleasure.
This coffee maker brews up to twelve cups of coffee at a cup-a-minute rate, which it then keeps at a constant, piping-hot serving temperature. An indicator light in the base announces when the coffee is ready. The inner fixtures--the filter basket and perk tube--are also made of stainless steel, rather than the more common (and less durable) aluminum. The power cord is removable to make storage simple.
Before cleaning the coffee maker, unplug the unit and allow it to cool completely. Wash the coffee maker with warm, sudsy water and dry it thoroughly; it is not immersible. To preserve the gloss of the stainless steel, do not use steel wool or harsh, abrasive cleansers. The perk spout and filter basket can be cleaned with a brush or pipe cleaner. If necessary, coffee stain remover can be used periodically on the interior surface. The coffee maker measures 10 by 5 by 13 inches (including handle, lid, and spout). Presto guarantees this product with a one-year limited warranty. A simple instruction sheet is enclosed. --Garland Withers

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