Royal Belgian Syphon Coffee Maker
The Cuppa Royal Belgian Syphon Coffee Maker is a beautifully crafted 19th century coffee brewing device that combines elegance and functionality to create a unique coffee brewing experience.
This brewing method uses a vacuum process to produce a full-bodied and flavorful cup of coffee that's unlike anything you've tasted before. This coffee maker is made with high-quality materials, including borosilicate glass and stainless steel, ensuring durability and long-lasting use.
The unique design of the Royal Belgian Syphon Coffee Maker is visually stunning, with a two chambers balancing each other and alcohol heat source underneath. The coffee is brewed using a filter and a syphon tube, which creates a vacuum to extract the coffee's full flavor and aroma. Brewing coffee with the Cuppa Belgian Syphon Coffee Maker is an experience in itself. As you watch the water flow through the chambers, tipping one another and it will automatically flow back and you'll magically have coffee out from the spout. This method produces a coffee that's rich in flavor and complexity, with a smooth and velvety mouthfeel.
How to use the Cuppa Royal Belgian Coffee Maker:
1. Start by filling the vacuum flask with water then tighten the valve.
Tip: You may use hot water to speed up the process, as it may take up to 15 minutes to heat up the water using the alcohol gas lamp.
2. Add your freshly ground coffee to the glass brewing side using the spoon provided. The ratio is 8g of coffee per 100ml of brewing water used, because of the extra water remaining in the kettle during the brewing process. The grind, depending on your filter should be slightly finer than drip, but not by much.
3. Place the cloth filter over the syphon catheter and secure tightly. Place the syphon catheter on top of the ground coffee and attach to the vacuum flask.
4. Close the lid on the glass brewing side and you may now light the alcohol lamp.
5. Wait for a few minutes until the water flows through the glass chamber, filling the ground coffee beans with water.
Tip: When the glass brewing side looks like it has about half of the kettle's hot water, you may stir the grounds to steep the water and grounds properly.
6. Once all the water has been transferred, the balance will tip and automatically close the alcohol lamp.
7. The cooling effect will draw the coffee from the glass chamber back into the flask. 8. Unscrew the valve on the vacuum flask to release steam.
9. Place your cup under the spout and turn it open and enjoy your freshly brewed coffee!
The Cuppa Belgian Syphon Coffee Maker is an art and experience and comes with everything you need to get started. This includes a reusable cloth filter, a measuring spoon, a gas burner and a small pitcher for the water.
It's perfect for home use or for showcasing your coffee brewing skills in a café or restaurant.