jaybar Senior Member Joined: 13 Sep 2011 Posts: 115 Location: Brooklyn Expertise: Just starting
Posted Tue Aug 21, 2012, 5:05pm Subject: Chemex Users: Do you have a preference for wood collar or glass handle models?
Just curious about what has swayed saesoned chemex users to select one chemex type over the other. Have you found any differences in coffee produced by one as opposed to the other? What made you choose one over the other: Convenience? Clean-up? looks? Durability? For discussion purposes, I am not distinguishing between the hand-blown and machine made wood collar models, but maybe I should be.
Posted Wed Aug 22, 2012, 6:44am Subject: Re: Chemex Users: Do you have a preference for wood collar or glass handle ...
I have a machine made model with the wooden collar. it looks cool and works fine as long as it's tied on firmly. I suspect the model with a handle would be a bit more convenient to pour from. I'm happy enough with mine. I doubt there's any difference in brew quality.
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