Cuisinart CPO-850 Pour Over Coffee Brewer Thermal Carafe, Stainless Steel

August 18, 2018 - Comment

Cuisinart kicks premium coffee making up a notch with two new coffee-bar quality brewers that deliver gourmet, coffee-bar quality flavor! This precision brewing technique provides superior flavor extraction and has earned these coffeemakers the respected SCAA Home Brewer Certification. Fully electric operation pre-wets grounds before brewing to let the flavor “bloom.” Users enjoy the superior

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Cuisinart kicks premium coffee making up a notch with two new coffee-bar quality brewers that deliver gourmet, coffee-bar quality flavor! This precision brewing technique provides superior flavor extraction and has earned these coffeemakers the respected SCAA Home Brewer Certification. Fully electric operation pre-wets grounds before brewing to let the flavor “bloom.” Users enjoy the superior coffee taste produced by manual brewers – without the work! Temperature and strength let users customize their coffee and a unique laser-etched stainless steel filter helps to maximize this exceptional coffee experience.

Product Features

  • SCAA Certified – meets the Specialty Coffee Association of America’s rigorous technical requirements for exemplary home brewers
  • Flavor strength control – mild, medium, bold
  • Temperature control – hot, extra hot
  • Dimensions: 14.5×13.75×9.5 inch (WxHxD), Unit Weight: 10.2 pounds
  • capacity: 64 oz, 8 cup carafe

Comments

Ryanst says:

Hands down *THE* best coffee maker on the market right now! I own quite a few high-end coffee makers (many would say an unhealthy number!), including the Bonavita BV1800, BV1900TS, Technivorm, and Kitchenaid Pour-over Brewer. All of these brewers are SCAA-certified, and all brew excellent coffee. Each has its own quirks as well… The Bonavitas tend to have short lifespans (2-3 years) and are a bit too minimalist, the Technivorm has a lousy showerhead design that requires you to stir the grounds while it is brewing for optimal flavor, and the Kitchenaid tends to brew a slightly weak cup of coffee.All of these issues prompted me to continue my search for the holy grail of coffee makers, and I believe I finally found it. The Cuisinart CPO-850 is an engineering masterpiece in nearly every way — beautiful design, sturdy construction, full-featured (includes programming ability, strength and temperature controls), excellent showerhead design, and brews a HOT cup of perfectly extracted coffee! Make no mistake about it, this is not your…

TravelersWarden says:

Converted this French presser I want to start this review by stating that I haven’t used a drip coffee maker in years. I am what people describe as a “coffee snob.” I grew up drinking the traditional Mr. Coffee-style drip brew that my parents were happy with and wasn’t happy with the plastic taste and lack of flavor that came with each cup, even though they always bought the “really nice” models. I can’t stand drinking coffee from restaurants or even mainstream coffee shops, as they still lack the flavor and taste that I want with my coffee. I’m also less than impressed with Keurig coffee and other single-serve brewing systems. For years, as a result of these tastes, I initially made pour-over coffee, then transitioned to the French press method as the best, richest, and full-bodied coffee that I’ve ever had, and I only use certain brands/types of coffee. It’s one of the few things I splurge on.Then I bought a house with a septic and no garbage disposal. And my coffee grounds became a Big Problem with…

JJK says:

A close to pour over as I’ve come from a machine! I tried a few other high-end coffeemakers (a Bonavita, the Behmor Connected and Oxo Barista Brain) before settling on the Cuisinart. It wasn’t even on my radar at first, but after being disappointed by the other machines, I decided to give it a try. The Bonavita machines get good reviews, but my version from Bed Bath & Beyond seemed to have an issue where it didn’t saturate the grounds evenly. The Behmor was cool and I loved the app control, but the minimum six-cup requirement was more than we needed for this one-coffee-drinker household. The Oxo had a lot of potential and looked cool with great features, but the coffee was just okay and I especially didn’t like the thermal carafe option. I never felt like my coffee was hot enough, even right after brewing.I take the extra time to make manual pour over coffee on the weekends and the Cuisinart is the closest I found to doing it automatically. There have even been a couple of times when I’ve used this on the weekend…

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