Get it by Saturday October 28th by choosing the expedited option during checkout.
Its exceptionally effective vacuum brewing method extracts all precious oils of your favorite coffee.
The vacuum brewing process is entirely sealed off so no aroma can escape.
In addition, the brewing time and temperature are perfectly calibrated, ensuring a perfect cup of coffee with each brew.
Depending on the amount of water used, the PEBO can brew delicious coffee within 5 to 11 minutes, serving anywhere from 4 to 8 cups (0.5l/10oz,max. 1.0l/34oz).
As beautiful as sculpture, as fascinating as chemistry, and as entertaining as theater, this coffeemaker from
Switzerland converts the ordinary process of brewing coffee into an artful performance. And it makes six 5-ounce cups
of full-flavored coffee while it entrances. The coffeemaker fits together like this: water goes into the carafe, a
filter fits into the mouth of a tube in the top globe, ground coffee goes into the globe (a scoop is included), the
globe fits atop the carafe with the tube extending into the carafe, and the carafe goes onto the stovetop with a
trivet or heat diffuser between it and electric or gas heat. (This is all much simpler and quicker than it sounds.)
Water boils up through the tube into the globe and brews the coffee. When brewing is complete and the carafe has been
taken off the stovetop and set into its accompanying sculpted trivet, the coffee drains through the filter into the
carafe. The globe can then be lifted off the carafe and set on its stand, and coffee can be poured from the carafe,
which has a stay-cool handle. A stopper for the carafe keeps second cups warm while the first cups are sipped. Fully
assembled, the coffee maker stands 11-1/2 inches high. It's made of heat-resistant glass and durable, gleaming nylon,
and all parts are dishwasher-safe. --Fred Brack