KitchenAid® Siphon Coffee Brewer
- Special Offer
Savor the rich, bright flavors of siphon-brewed coffee the easy way. This electric siphon brewer operates with the flip of a switch and no guesswork. It's fascinating to watch as vapor pressure pushes water upward to brew coffee in the top globe, and then as filtered coffee cascades back down into the carafe.
- Automatic siphon brewer is safe, easy to use and requires no open flame.
- Uses vacuum technology to brew a delicious velvety, complex cup of coffee with fuller body.
- Distinctive glass globe design offers a dramatic view of the siphon brewing process.
- Automatically turns off after water reaches ideal heating temperature.
- Choose your level of filtration with a reusable stainless-steel for full-bodied coffee or a cloth filter for a lighter brew.
- Dimensions & More Info
- On/off switch with LED indicator light.
- Premium glass construction with stainless-steel accents.
- Soft-touch handle.
- Includes carafe stand and cleaning brush.
- 40-fl.-oz. glass carafe.
- 6 3/4" x 8 3/4" x 14 1/4" high.
- This product is intended for use in the United States and Canada and is built to United States electrical standards.
- Made in China.
- Use & Care
- Hand-wash carafe.
- To avoid damage, do not immerse the carafe in water.
- Boil the new cloth filter in fresh water for
5 minutes to pre-shrink before using for
the first time.
- The cloth filter will continue
to shrink slightly for the next few uses and
will produce best quality brew from then on.
- Remove and rinse cloth filter in hot water after each use to remove all residue. Squeeze out excess water and hang to dry.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by Airedale from Learning Curve Makes a great cup of coffee but there were several disasters on the first couple of uses. If everything isn't tightly in place, the coffee grounds end up in the coffee. The cloth filter does not work no matter how tightly it is secured. The water rises up and so does the filter. Don't really know what purpose it serves. Difficult to clean.Date published: 2016-05-10Rated 5 out of 5 by Smitty305 from Cleanest Cup of Coffee Ever This is, by far, my favorite way to make coffee. It is rich, flavorful, and extraordinarily clean. It has the full body of French Press but much cleaner....zero bitterness. I will not make non-espresso coffees any other way. Accessories I use are a grinder (medium course grind) and a scale. Machine recommends 74gms of coffee for a full pot , but I have found 90gms to be the magic number. I know there have been some negative reviews on cleaning, but I find it to be pretty much a breeze: bang the filter against the side of the garbage can getting rid of much of the grounds; rinse the filter in the sink; using the high pressure sprayer on your sink, spray out remainder of grounds from the upper glass chamber and voila! The pot requires a simple rinse. I cannot recommend enough buying this product. Kenyan is my favorite to brew in it!Date published: 2016-02-03Rated 1 out of 5 by bgwillow from Disappointed Can't believe KitchenAid put their name on this. Compared to other reviews I must not understand what constitutes great coffee. My results are consistently an okay brew that is muddy looking because the filtering mechanism is severely lacking. The cloth filters provided are a complete joke and the screen without them doesn't do the job. Carafe is heavy and difficult to clean because the heating mechanism is integrated into the bottom of the carafe. I could probably tolerate the inconvenience of getting the grounds out of the brewer after using it if there was a decent effective filtration system.Date published: 2016-01-25Rated 5 out of 5 by ohiocoffeelover from I'm loving every cup I've used a percolator for my daily cup of coffee for most of my life. My last one only lasted about a year, plus there is waste. I tried one of those pod makers and it was the worst coffee I ever tasted! I read an article in Consumer Reports that gave this brewer a high rating. Since I love a bold cup of coffee and was intrigued in the design and brewing process of this maker, I felt I must try it! I am in love! The coffee tastes fabulous. I actually can't wait to use it in the morning and when I get home from work. Thanks KitchenAid! It's no messier to clean than a coffee press or a percolator in my opinion. At first I was intimidated, fearing I would break it, but I've gotten a little routine down and it's no problem. I do have to say that I wasted a couple cups of coffee at first because I didn't have the filter in securely. Just wait to hear the "snap" and you're all set. Definitely worth trying if you are a coffee lover like me!Date published: 2016-01-23Rated 5 out of 5 by AxelAtticus from Great Coffee The KitchenAid Siphon Coffee Brewer is not as convenient as an automatic drip coffee maker, but it does make awesome coffee. This is the coffee maker you need if you 1) want the best tasting coffee from your premium beans, and 2) you want to take the time to make that extra-special coffee every now and then. I have a lot of coffee making devices ranging from the auto drip to french press to other siphon coffee brewers. I acquire premium coffee beans from roasters that care about the end product (Sump, Blue Bottle, Intelligensia, Stumptown, Colectivo, etc). I have used the KitchenAid Siphon Coffee Brewer at least once a day since acquiring it because it yields the best results. The nearest competitors in my kitchen are the Bodum Pebo or the Technivorm. This has a few more pieces to clean, and the top vessel requires a little more care. If you like the Bodum Pebo, the Kitchen Aid is more durable. If you like coffee, this coffee maker will yield all the flavors.Date published: 2016-01-01Rated 4 out of 5 by Nanette1961 from Recommended with Reservations My mother had a Sunbeam Vacuum coffee pot that she received as a wedding gift in 1948. It made FANTASTIC coffee. It was easy to store and clean, and had a heating element that allowed the coffee to stay warm. KitchenAid has made a pot that makes a cup-of-Joe with the same great taste I remember but steeped in some serious cons...most of which are enumerated in other reviews. Let's address the elephant in the room...the brew unit is an accident waiting to happen. It's glass. It rests in a stand that can easily be knocked over when not in use. It will be expensive to replace if that is even an option....HOWEVER, I love the taste and texture of the coffee it brews and, most important, with each sip, it takes me back to my childhood home and holidays with my family. All this from a coffee pot. Thanks, KitchenAid! NanDate published: 2015-11-23Rated 4 out of 5 by chrismw from Like the old Bodum Santos, but better quality If you don't mind the price, this is a great machine. Fun to watch, easy to use, and a nice alternative for full-immersion brew. Pros: Well constructed. Permanent screen filter. Comes with fabric filters to be used with the permanent filter, but unnecessary. They breed bacteria and absorb oils from the coffee. Permanent filter does a fine job by itself. Carafe doesn’t drip. All parts easily cleaned (2 min. tops). Looks nice on the counter. Cons: Cost, obviously. Carafe not thermal and no heating element. Easily remedied by using separate thermal pot. 40oz capacity is limiting. Carafe design is such that you have to fully invert it, and even then some liquid gets left behind. Included cleaning brush is a throw away item, not angled correctly to clean the inside rim of the carafe and no one wants a combined scoop/cleaning implement. Manual recommends too coarse a grind. Think higher end of the drip grind spectrum rather than lower end of the french press grind spectrum.Date published: 2015-11-09Rated 4 out of 5 by AlohaMichael from Excellent Coffee but a lot of work Today is 10/26/15 and I made my first cup. It is cleaner tasting than the compared Bodum coffee I made to compare. The siphon method is supposed to be the best for coffee but the cost is time and labor in prep and cleaning. The jury is still out.Date published: 2015-10-26