Technivorm Moccamaster 59163 Moccamaster Coffee Maker, 40 oz, Brushed Brass

August 18, 2018 - Comment

“The Moccamaster KBG model features a glass carafe and an automatic drip-stop brew-basket that stops the flow of coffee if the carafe is pulled away. The KBG brews a full 40oz pot of coffee in six minutes. Coffee is then held on our unique hot-plate; which is engineered with a separate, independent element that rolls

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“The Moccamaster KBG model features a glass carafe and an automatic drip-stop brew-basket that stops the flow of coffee if the carafe is pulled away. The KBG brews a full 40oz pot of coffee in six minutes. Coffee is then held on our unique hot-plate; which is engineered with a separate, independent element that rolls heat into the coffee to ensure an even taste from the first cup to the last drop. The hot-plate has two settings, giving you the choice to hold your coffee between 175° and 185° F, while never burning your coffee. After 100 minutes, the hot-plate will automatically turn-off. All Moccamaster Coffee Brewers are handmade in the Netherlands and backed by an industry leading 5-year warranty.”

Product Features

  • Auto drip-stop brew-basket with glass carafe and auto shut-off feature turns off the machine after 2 hours
  • Simple to operate and quiet brewing process that brews a full carafe in just 6 minutes
  • Unique, copper boiling element rapidly heats water to control brewing temperature between 196 to 205 degrees Fahrenheit which is important for coffee soluble extraction, then automatically switches off when the water reservoir is empty
  • Made with durable metal housings and BPA/BPS/BPF & Phthalate free plastics
  • The glass carafe maintains coffee quality, integrity and taste on a unique, independent hot-plate element engineered to hold coffee temperature between 175 to 185 degrees Fahrenheit for a maximum 100 minutes and then automatically shuts off
  • Backed by a 5-year manufacturers warranty

Comments

M. Gemma says:

Take a Deep Breath and Just Buy It If you love great coffee, buy this machine. When I say great coffee, I mean the kind of coffee you would expect and get from your favorite local coffee roaster/café or quality coffee shop (think Starbucks or Peet’s, NOT the tasteless brown water that Dunkin’ Donuts sells).I’ve wanted a Moccamaster since I first saw one and tasted the coffee it makes while a college student, way back in the 1980s. Owning one at the time was impractical and unattainable, so I moved on. Over the intervening thirty years, I’ve always lingered enviously over the store displays whenever I encountered them, but never made the plunge—the machine was just too expensive. That being said, I’ve owned the best coffee makers from Braun, Krups, Kitchen Aid, and Breville, all of which made decent coffee. In fact, the Breville made great coffee, although its cost was dangerously close the the Technivorm’s. That machine was the no-longer-available…

Mojo Mama says:

I wanted to not like this because I am not a coffee snob

D.K. says:

Placebo Effect At Its Finest I think the Moccamaster is the perfect example of the placebo effect. When people *think* something is good, even if it isn’t, they will convince themselves it is.After our Cuisinart coffee maker died after many years of service, I wanted to get a better coffee maker. Our household drinks coffee on a regular basis and I wanted something that will provide us with more flavorful coffee. After a lot of research, it seemed like the Moccamaster was The One. Super positive reviews on Amazon. Great reviews from various publications. How could we go wrong? Plus, considering, at the time of this writing, it cost $330 and was hand built, it must be the best there is. So I ordered one.Upon receiving and setting up this very expensive machine, what immediately struck out to me was the low quality components this coffee maker was made of. The coffee basket was cheap plastic, which is held in place by two tiny plastic pieces on the plastic arm above the carafe. You can even…

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