Spoon the ground coffee into the glass flask and add boiling water. Stir for 10 seconds and place the dripfree filter funnel in the flask. Wait 4 minutes and pour. The result is coffee, made in a simple but without doubt the best way. This is CafeSolo.
Forget about steam, pushing and pulling
With its roots in the traditional methods of brewing, CafeSolo produces original coffee. No steam or pushing and pulling. No machinery or filter paper. Just ground coffee beans and boiling water, so the beans do their utmost to give you a pure coffee flavour.
Brewing in glass – in an insulated jacket
The two designers Claus Jensen and Henrik Holbæk have come up with an original coffee brewer for Eva Solo. For this unique glass flask – which itself is a piece of glass art – they have designed a neoprene cover, which keeps the coffee warm for up to 30 minutes. The patented drip-free lip, the filter funnel which retains the coffee dregs and an automatic tip-up lid complete the picture of a supremely unique and functional product within Danish design.
Just the right temperature
The ideal temperature for brewing coffee is approx. 94° C. You will arrive at this temperature as a matter of
course when boiling water is poured into the glass flask and onto the ground coffee. Stirring creates contact between the grains and the water. Eighty per cent of the coffee’s flavour is released in the first couple of minutes when the water is at its hottest; after this the coffee does not become significantly stronger.