Darchelle Meunier Coffee Maker January 22, 2019 08:55:22
A vacuum maker brews coffee using two chambers where vapor pressure and vacuum produce brew which is clean rich and smooth compared to other brewing methods. This type of maker is also known as vac pot siphon or syphon coffee maker and was invented by Loeff of Berlin in the 1830s. These types of makers have been used for more than a century in many parts of the world. The chamber material can be pyrex metal or plastic and the filter can either be a glass rod or a screen from cloth paper or nylon. The Napier Vacuum Machine presented in 1840 was an early example of this technique. While vacuum makers are generally to complex for everyday use they were prized for producing a clear brew and were quite popular until the middle of the twentieth century.
And that`s what made the drip coffee maker very popular. It now comes in single-serve units as well as large-capacity models and also comes with glass carafes or thermal pots depending on what you need. Next on the list is the vacuum coffee maker which is the good old coffee maker that gives justice to the real idea of brewing. It vacuums the flavor of coffee from the ground coffee resulting to a strong excellent cup. This type is well-loved by coffee aficionados. Lastly there`s the percolator which is not very popular especially among people who are particular about the taste of their coffee. Coffee aficionados have a clear dislike for this type because it does the unthinkable which is to boil instead of brew it. Coffee that comes out of percolators are often very bitter.