MoMA Exclusive: Start every day with an elegant, exceptional coffee experience. This gracefully shaped, beautifully tinted Pour-Over Coffee Maker from Bodum features a stainless steel filter that does not absorb your coffee’s essential oils, producing a more flavorful coffee. It’s also an eco-friendly solution as it eliminates the need for wasteful paper filters. This everyday design is made from borosilicate glass, a material that is known for its durability and temperature range.The colored glass is in hues choses exclusively for our MoMA customers. (Choose from Pink or Yellow, each sold separately.) Wash in warm, soapy water before first use and dry thoroughly. The glass carafe and stainless steel filter are dishwasher safe.How to use the Bodum Glass Pour-Over Coffee Maker
Place your pour-over on a flat, heatproof, non-slip surface.
Add fresh, filter ground coffee to the cone – we recommend one rounded teaspoon or one Bodum scoop for each cup/4oz water.
Slowly pour hot (not boiling) water in a circular motion over the coffee grounds, until they’re evenly saturated. Then pour additional hot water up to maximum capacity.
Allow water to pass through the coffee into the borosilicate glass carafe (this takes around four minutes).
Remove the filter, insert the plastic lid, and pour a great cup of joe.
Size8.5h x 5.5w x 6.5"d
Year of Design2015
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Renowned for its kitchen designs and Scandinavian aesthetic, Bodum was founded in Copenhagen, Denmark by Peter Bodum. Now headquartered in Switzerland, the company continues to produce a range of products—from coffee and teapots to kitchen electronics—following their founder's motto, “Good design doesn't have to be expensive.” Each season, we collaborate with Bodum to develop designs in colors that are exclusive to us.Shop Bodum
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