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The Hario Siphon Vacuum Coffee Maker Belongs in a Science Lab

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: amazon & uncrate
Making a good pot of coffee can be considered a science and so it is only appropriate that the Hario Siphon Vacuum Coffee Maker resembles equipment used in a laboratory. Not only does it make good coffee, it looks good while making it.

To use the Hario Siphon Vacuum Coffee Maker, a person simply needs to fill up the lower bulb with water and place coffee grounds in the upper container. Once done, an alcohol lamp burner is placed under the lower bulb to boil the water, which becomes steam that rises to the top, mixes with the grounds and finally ends up back down in the lower bulb as one of the best cups of coffee ever. Stats for Laboratory-Like Coffee Machines Trending: Older & Mild
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