Cona Coffee Makers Review !

If you are interested in the fancy and classic Cona Coffee Makers, keep reading along. The star of vacuum coffee brewers always delivers an impressive Joe.

cona coffee makersCona is famous for its unmatched aesthetics and ergonomically oriented design.

For more than 50 years, that art-deco design symbolizes the CONA method of vacuum coffee brewing, delivering great coffee and an amazing theatrical presentation.

Available in different finishes,The English Project of the Cona vacuum coffee makers gives an amazing reliable impression, making you expect remarkable results.

The Cona vacuum brewer will make great coffee if one of its main flaws can be worked around.

The problem is with the spirit lamp that delivers an uneasy, difficult to control flame.

This is the way I see it:

You either manage to master the difficult heat source

or

You try to adapt a butane burner to replace it.

If you work that problem around, great results are what you get when the coffee is prepared touching only glass and no metal or paper whatsoever. The taste is smooth and clean.

Infusion coffee is the best way to achieve the correct temperature and avoid boiling. That ensures a perfect extraction with no side effects “casualties”.

Cona coffee makers are the ultimate brewing devices for the least bitter coffee ever.

The high-quality glass removable carafe makes it easy to serve the coffee while the rest of the unit stands on its own.

You can also expect a long lasting life span with both the thick glass parts and the top quality chrome plating of the stand.

  • Size C (1.5 pints) and Size D (1 quart)
  • exquisite and beautiful design
  • quality glass construction
  • suitable for a good range of coffee concentrations
  • coffee touches only glass parts
  • long lasting chrome stand
  • complete instructions
  • ready for brewing
  • Denatured alcohol needed for the spirit lamp
    • available at hardware and camping stores.

Read what Amazon customers had to say about the cona coffee makers:

Cona-Coffee-Makers-Review

You can brew wonderful Brazilian coffee with the vacuum brewers.

The next video is great, but I think the guy is using the coffee too finely ground.

Please leave a comment with your opinion about the Cona Coffee Makers.


4 thoughts on “Cona Coffee Makers Review !

  • 2016-05-08 at 5:26 pm
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    I enjoyed the thorough review of the cona coffee maker, had not seen one of these in awhile. As a coffee lover, I am always interested in making a better cup at home. I do have to agree, the video showed too finely ground beans to be a problem; suppose one has to play with the formula to make the result to their liking. Thanks!

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    • 2016-05-09 at 1:59 pm
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      Hello, Todd,

      Thank you for your words. I totally agreed with you. Cooking is not an exact science. And it also depends on personal taste. Therefore, experimenting is crucial to achieving what’s best for each person.

      Cheers!

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  • 2016-05-08 at 5:38 pm
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    This Cona Coffee Maker looks cool! I am also a big coffee fan. I buy my coffee from Hawaii but I use a simple and cheap coffee maker to brew it. I didn’t know about coffee makers like this! I have a few questions. Does it take longer to brew a cup of coffee with this device? How different does the coffee taste using this coffee maker? Are there any other coffee makers similar to this one that also deliver a high quality cup of coffee? Thank you for teaching me about high end coffee brewers!

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    • 2016-05-09 at 1:10 pm
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      Hello, Christina,

      Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving your impressions. It takes just a bit longer than normal drip brew due to preparation. The rest is boiling water and normal resting-after time.

      In My opinion, vacuum coffee and Moka coffee are the best tasting methods, followed closely by manual cloth filter pour over , and a bit farther by manual paper pour over. I try not to compare espresso with drip brewing since I think they are too different to be considered in the same category. If I had too, I’d put together with vacuum and Moka. Moka is sort of a hybrid, in my opinion.

      It all depends on what your intentions are:

      a) If you want a fancy vacuum coffee brewer as a souvenir to have fun and good coffee with friends the Cona Coffee Maker is fantastic, but at a higher price.

      b) If you want to have a great coffee vacuum brew for wonderful everyday taste, I suggest that you may want to try the Yama Glass Stovetop Coffee Siphon , a less expensive unit that is very popular among vacuum brewers.

      Cheers!

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