Did you ever wonder why coffee from your drip coffeemaker doesn't taste the way you would expect? Because they use a holding tank for the water, minerals can build up and find their way into your brew. Maybe it's because the temperature control is set too high, which results in a excessively oily and bitter cup. Plus, you have to deal with a paper filter that can sometimes allow the grounds to get into the pot.
Make the best cup of drip coffee you've ever had with the Bodum Pour Over Coffee Maker w/Filter. Add your freshly ground coffee to the permanent and easy to clean filter, heat the water to between 190 and 205 degrees and pour over the grounds. The result will be up to 51 oz. of wonderful coffee in the glass carafe, and it's almost impossible for any of the grounds to find their way into your cup. Best of all, it's much more affordable than most drip machines.