Farberware Classic Stainless Steel Yosemite 8-Cup Coffee Percolator

August 11, 2014 - Comment

  Swish percolator brews four to eight cups espresso. A everlasting filter basket (no messy paper filters wanted) offers up to date efficiency. The deal with is synthetic (to stay cool) and reasonably textured, a mixture guaranteeing steady, at ease pouring. For the reason that percolator is made of extraordinarily polished 18/10 stainless-metal, the fantastic

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Swish percolator brews four to eight cups espresso. A everlasting filter basket (no messy paper filters wanted) offers up to date efficiency. The deal with is synthetic (to stay cool) and reasonably textured, a mixture guaranteeing steady, at ease pouring. For the reason that percolator is made of extraordinarily polished 18/10 stainless-metal, the fantastic thing about its glowing mirror end is lengthy-lasting. To completely take care of the finish, the percolator must be hand washed, although the filter basket and glass cap can go into the dishwasher. The percolator stands 8-half of inches extreme on a 6-1/four-inch-diameter base.At the first morning sip you’ll be able to say, “Overlook the espresso maker!” Authentic connoisseurs recognize that the very best espresso comes from a freshly percolated pot. This general stainless-metal adaptation will present prolonged lasting class. Why not begin an ‘earlier custom’ with Sunday morning espresso in bed?

Product Choices

  • Polished stainless-metal for magnificence and sturdiness
  • Eternal filter basket – no messy paper filters
  • Simple care – totally immersible and dishwasher secure
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

Fantastic Percolator Perked coffee is old school, to be sure, but a well-made cup of percolated brew is robust and satisfying in a way that drip coffee isn’t. Not only does the percolation process provide a deeper and fuller mouth, I think, but a percolator, bubbling away, is a lovely sight and sound.If you don’t like perked coffee, don’t bother with any percolator. But if you are interested in something other than drip brew, consider this Farberware percolator. I’m not one to ooh and ahh over design, but this is a darned handsome piece of kitchen equipment. Take a look and the large picture and I will spare you the adjectives. :)The stainless steel construction makes it sturdier and heftier than thin-metal percolators you might buy in the camping gear section of a chain store. While the name “Yosemite” evokes coffee bubbling over a campfire, I’d probably not use this on a wood fire to avoid blackening. I mean, this thing really is shiny and pretty. But as heavy-duty as it…

P. Watkins "P. Watkins" says:

Percolator convert I have never had a percolator before I bought this Farberware percolator. I have always had drip coffee makers, which were ok, but expensive and I was trying to get away from plastic in the kitchen. I read all the reviews here and decided at this price I couldn’t really go wrong and I was right. The Yosemite percolator makes a very smooth cup of coffee.A few things I have learned:Coarser ground coffee leaves less residue in the pot.I use a regular coffee filter and just poke a hole through the middle to stop any grounds from getting into the coffee.I turn my burner on high until it starts percolating, then down to med-low for approximately 7 minutes.I make sure my handle is not on top of the burner, but rather, just over the edge and it has never gotten hot. I have a smooth top range.After the coffee is done brewing, I pour it into a stainless steel thermos to drink throughout the day.I hand wash my percolator and have had no discoloration…

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