The Chemex feels timeless and is definitely a work art. Many don’t realize that it was first introduced by Peter Schlumbohm in 1941. With it’s familiar hourglass shape and rawhide strap threaded through a wood bead, the has remained the same since it was added to the collection of the Museum of Modern Art about 70 years ago.
When looking at the Chemex you can tell it’s for purists. Basically you’re in control; the flow, the water temperature, the brew time and extraction are up to you. I guarantee that once you’ve taken the time to learn how to use the Chemex, you’ll want to toss that plug-in drip coffee maker you have cluttering up your counter out the window.
So take a trip over to this website to figure out what size best fits your needs and don’t forget to buy filters, water kettle, digital scale and grinder.
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