Moccamaster KBGV Select Matte Black By Technivorm Moccamaster
The Moccamaster was invented in 1969 by Gerard Clement Smit, who founded the Technivorm factory, which made the first Moccamaster. His goal was to brew a perfect cup of coffee. Parts are handmade, and all parts are made in Europe. Each Moccamaster is put together by hand and tested for durability. The company is still located in the heart of the Netherlands. The Specialty Coffee Association qualified it to be used in the world cup Tasters Championship. It’s a tested and tried excellent brewing system.
Precision is the best skill when making a great cup of coffee. Getting the right equipment will make it a simple and easy process, so you don’t have to think about all the steps every time you make a good cup of coffee. If you want a great cup of coffee, push a button, and walk away, the Moccamaster is for you. It’s one of, if not the best, drip system available. It can brew 10 cups in six minutes. But its most exciting feature is that it brews and keeps the coffee at temperatures between 196 and 205 degrees F. It’s known for its consistency in brewing coffee and is highly durable. If you follow the prescribed cleaning instructions, which are simple, the Moccamaster will last for years. The features that make this drip system stand out are impressive. First is the water outlet with nine holes that ensure the water is evenly distributed into the filter and through the coffee grounds. The carafe has a destratification tube that distributes the coffee evenly, making every cup from the first to last is of is consistently great. The hotplate is made to maintain the coffee at just the right temperature.
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A Note About This Technivorm Moccamaster From Sagebrush's Owner:
As owners of a coffee company, our collection of brewers is quite extensive. It's not only necessary to know everything about all the different ways to brew coffee, but it's something we enjoy as well. However, when it comes to our every day, first thing in the morning cup of coffee, we always turn to our Technivorm coffeepot. This machine is a true workhorse, always brewing at the exact right temperature (the #1 reason other coffee pots stop producing great coffee) in record time. Our Technivorm has lasted for years, and we have never considered anything else for the Sagebrush Shop. The good folks at Technivorm said it best when they put this quote in their marketing material:
The Technivorm Moccamaster is backed by a 5-year warranty. This should be the last coffee brewer you will ever buy, one that should last your lifetime, when cleaned and descaled properly.
Read below for more technical details.
KBGV Select Coffee Brewer Details:
The selector switch on the KBGV Select allows you to choose between brewing a half or full carafe. The brewing speed and hotplate temperature adjust according to your choice, brewing either amount to the golden cup standard. The brew basket automatically stops the flow of coffee when removing the carafe. All glass carafe brewers feature a hotplate with an independent heating element that holds your coffee at the perfect temperature.
1. FAST BREWING TIME
Simple to use with a quiet brew process, the KBGV Select makes a half or full carafe of coffee in 4-6 minutes.
2. CONSISTENT TEMPERATURE
The copper boiling element rapidly heats water to a brewing temperature of 196°F - 205°F and automatically shuts off when the water reservoir is empty.
3. PRECISE ENGINEERING
The boiling action moves the water up the glass tube, where it flows into the outlet arm and pulses over the brew basket, blooming the coffee grounds in a manual pour-over style.
4. OPTIMIZED COFFEE EXTRACTION
The cone-shaped brew basket steeps the coffee grounds, extracting the coffee's full flavor and maximizing its complexity, taste, and aroma.
5. INDEPENDENT HOTPLATE
The selector switch adjusts the hotplate temperature within the range of 175°F - 185°F depending on how much you brew. The brewer’s power switch and hotplate automatically shut off after 100 minutes.