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Can Someone Help Be Identify This Type of Pot ?

MikeLoeven

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I inherited a old coffee pot from my grandmother and it makes a very good concentrate that I use for iced coffee however I need to find one of the same type with a larger capacity since it takes a long time to make enough for a pitcher.

Essentially the base of the unit is a small ceramic pot and the filter is a perforated ceramic cylinder that fits on top and stores maybe a half a cup of course ground coffee.

Water is added to the cylinder from a kettle and drips down forming a concentrate that is than diluted with water to the desired strength.

I was wondering if anyone knows what this type of pot is called ? I only know that it is a European design
 
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peterjschmidt

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It's not a dumb system if you look at it from an administrator's POV, and we can discuss that. But for now, your photo attachments don't work, at least not on my browser.
 

peterjschmidt

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Photos posted nicely...

My guess is that it's some kind of pour-over, for either coffee or tea. Coffee grounds go in top, pour hot water over the coffee, and you have brewed coffee in the lower section. If you're specifically looking for a name or a brand, hopefully some other members can chime in.
 
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MikeLoeven

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Yes I am definitely interested in getting more information I did a search for pour overs but most of them seem to be just a standard drip basket placed over a glass pot. They dont even have the permanent filter

And i forgot to upload the markings on the bottom

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espressojunkie

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Photos posted nicely...

My guess is that it's some kind of pour-over, for either coffee or tea. Coffee grounds go in top, pour hot water over the coffee, and you have brewed coffee in the lower section. If you're specifically looking for a name or a brand, hopefully some other members can chime in.

peter is right. it is a pour over pot. do a Google Image search for "ceramic pour over coffee pot" and you will see others that have the same process, but look different.
 
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