7.8, Based on 13 Reviews
French press, press pot, cafetiere, plunger coffee maker
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A place to review other Bodum press pot models not already listed in the CoffeeGeek Database (which include the Chambord and Colombia lines). Includes thermal, plastic, and glass models.
Carl S Lau (quality: 8.8)
Product Reviewed: $tarbuck's
Bottom Line: Superior coffee worthy of any 3 star restaurant and probably a lot better if one uses freshly home roasted high grade coffee beans.
Jason West (quality: 8.0)
Product Reviewed: Travel Press
Bottom Line: Great product for the traveler or deployed
Nigel Robinson (quality: 7.7)
Product Reviewed: Bistro
Bottom Line: A good method for cheap tasty coffee.
Richard Griffing (quality: 7.5)
Product Reviewed: Brazil
Bottom Line: Not recommended!
Steven Tock (quality: 7.0)
Product Reviewed: Brazil
Bottom Line: Good quality french press for a low price. Will last a long time.
S R (quality: 7.0)
Product Reviewed: Starbucks-Bodum (32oz.)
Bottom Line: Well made using Bodum innards, great for multi-cup brewing
Jim Pellegrini (quality: 6.9)
Product Reviewed: Basic Black Bodum 12 oz
Bottom Line: Great brewer for anyone who loves press pot coffee but wants small quantities.
John Gilchrist (quality: 6.5)
Product Reviewed: travel press
Bottom Line: Great for travel but I'll pay for something better, for home, next time!
Thomas Bafia (quality: 6.0)
Product Reviewed: Cappuccino Set
Bottom Line: Good cup of coffee. Easy to use and clean. Great value.
Charles Gardner (quality: 5.8)
Product Reviewed: Caffettiera
Bottom Line: Excellent cup of coffee in an easy press for a great price.
John Penberthy (quality: 5.0)
Product Reviewed: Brazil 12oz.
Bottom Line: Forget the hype. Stick with your drip coffee maker or better yet, graduate straight to a pump-driven espresso machine
Pierre-Luc D. P. (quality: 3.0)
Product Reviewed: Bodum Young Press (8 cup)
Bottom Line: Young Press: the protective frame is great, it's good for durability and it creates a "thermos-like" effect. However, it hides the top of your glass pot. As as result, you can't see the bloom.
Product Reviewed: Colombia 1L
Bottom Line: I would like to recommend you to change plunger to Kenya's Full metal one. And make sure to use with precision cooking scale. Very good product.
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