Hario Electric Coffee Syphon

Alternative brewing siphon coffee maker

Yes, Japan does have a coffee culture and it is one that is over a century old and revolves around filter coffee. And like most things in Japan, the basis is methods and practices born elsewhere but brought to perfection here. Take syphon (siphon) brewing, for example: it was created in Europe, in the mid-1800s and involves the use of pressurized water vapor to extract coffee instead of immersion like regular coffee brewing. Sounds complicated? It is a bit, unless you have an easy-to-use coffee maker like the Hario Electric Coffee Syphon!

Hario has been perfecting this method of brewing coffee for decades, to the extent that its name has become synonymous with it. What you get here is a compact (180 x 150 x 270 mm, 7 x 5.9 x 10.6") coffee maker with two vessels (the server and syphon) and a stepless temperature controller, so you can set the temperature more intuitively. All you have to do is insert a paper filter, add water to the server and ground beans in the syphon, fire it up, and let physics do the rest, creating three cups of the most amazing coffee you have tried!

Specs and Features:

  • Stepless temperature control
  • Dimensions: 180 x 150 x 270 mm (7 x 5.9 x 10.6")
  • Capacity: 360 ml (12.2 fl oz) (3 cups)
  • Weight: approx. 1.32 kg (2.9 lbs)
  • Materials: polypropylene, aluminum, heat-resistant glass, phenolic resin, stainless steel, cork
  • Instructions/manual: Japanese
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US$ 252