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Instantly recognisable and housed in New York's Museum of Modern Art, there’s no denying the theatre and elegance the Chemex brings to the coffee brewing and drinking process.

For those with a little more time, it’s a great way of brewing several cups of coffee in one go. Combining the brewer and the carafe in one vessel also provides an extra level of convenience.

Made of heat resistant glass, the Chemex is finished with a polished wood collar and leather tie. These create an insulated handle for use when pouring and handling, and are also completely removable to ensure thorough cleaning. 

Utilising thick paper filters, there are a few extra steps we advice Chemex brewers take to ensure their cups are as delicious as possible. The first is thorough rinsing prior to brewing and the second is to allow a little more time in the brewing process, as it's a slower draining pourover method compared to that of the V60. 

For a more thorough introduction to brewing with the Chemex, watch our video here. 

6-Cup Capacity:
We would recommend a maximum of 60g of coffee to 1000g of soft, clean water when brewing with the 6-Cup Chemex. 

8-Cup Capacity:
We would recommend a maximum of 75g of coffee to 1250g of soft, clean water when brewing with the 8-Cup Chemex. 

Filter papers are not included with the Chemex. However, these can be purchased separately here. 

Specs:

  • Available in 6-cup (887ml) and 8-cup (1,182ml) capacities.
  • Heat-resistant glass (made in Germany).
  • Polished wood collar & leather tie (made in USA)/
  • Hand-washing recommend. Be sure to remove the polished wood cover. 

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Instantly recognisable, there’s no denying the theatre & elegance the Chemex brings to the coffee brewing process. For those with a little more time, it’s a great way of brewing several cups of coffee in one go.

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