Coffee Made From Chemex Coffee Makers - A Great Cup of Coffee, Every Time.
The Chemex® coffeemaker was invented in 1941 by Dr. Peter Schlumbohm, PhD. Fastened simply with a wood collar and tie, the non-porous heat resistant borosilicate glass pot brews coffee without imparting any flavors of its own.
The Chemex company is located in Massachusetts. So genius was the original design, that nothing has changed about the Chemex coffee maker in over 70 years. The Chemex® coffeemaker is an elegant, one-piece, hourglass shaped vessel made of high quality, heat resistant glass.
Simple function and visual elegance combine for the optimum extraction of full, rich-bodied coffee. Available in three, six, eight, and ten cup versions, the Chemex® Classic Series coffeemaker is both elegant and versatile.
The same beautiful hourglass carafe that distinguishes the Chemex® Coffeemaker, paired with a graceful but sturdy handle. Available in three, six, eight, and ten cup versions.
Chemex Handblown Series
Produced by hand, the clarity of the blown glass and fine workmanship earned it a home in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, the Smithsonian, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The handblown coffeemakers are available in three, five, eight, and thirteen cup versions.
The flawless combination of visual design and function of the Chemex® coffee maker has earned it a place in the permanent collection of New York's Corning Museum of Glass. The Chemex® coffeemaker was also selected by the Illinois Institute of Technology as one of the 100 best designed products of modern times.
The Chemex® coffeemaker, together with the filter, makes perfect coffee, flavorful and without bitterness or sediment every time. The coffee only comes in contact with the scientifically designed filter and non-porous glass. With the Chemex® method, you can make coffee as strong as you like without bitterness.