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Best Stovetop Coffee Percolator 2017: Top 5
For those who don't like drip brewers, preferring the more robust and satisfying taste of well-made percolated coffee, I bring you my selections for the best stovetop percolator.
These makers produces beverages that are fuller tasting. Plus the sight, sound and aroma of a brewing percolator, bubbling happily on the stove, provides an unbeatable sight, smell, and atmosphere for the kitchen and home.
Being reasonable hardy and not reliant on electricity also means that many of these makers can be used outdoors on the campfire as well as on the home stove.
I hope that you enjoy reading through my top 5 selections for the best stovetop coffee percolator 2017 and find my list of recommendations useful.
#1 Best Stovetop Percolator 2017: Affordable and Sleek: The Farberware Classic Yosemite!
The Farberware Classic Yosemite is an affordable and sleek product, which manages to possess many excellent features and yet also be affordable.
Constructed from polished stainless steel, the Farberware is both attractive and durable. The permanent filter basket means that there is no need to keep having to go to the store to buy paper filter replacements.
The stay-cool handle is a very practical feature that makes this percolator easy to use. Dishwasher safe, the Farberware is easy to clean and maintain.
This stainless steel brewer is designed to produce between 4 and 8 cups of coffee.
How to Store Coffee - Useful Tips!
Coffee can quickly lose its flavor if not stored correctly, here are some useful tips for making the tastiest brews:
Grind your own beans and do it right before you brew, rather than buying ready ground coffee.
Use an airtight container for storage. Ceramic, glass and stainless steel containers usually work well.
Store the coffee away from direct sunlight and sources of heat, i.e. somewhere relatively dark and cool.
Do not freeze or refrigerate the coffee. This will cause it to lose flavor
The Rapid Brew: Fast Brewing and Easy to Use!
Ideal for the home or the campfire, this Rapid Brew makes 2-9 cups of coffee.
It is fast and produces beverages that are full of flavor. Constructed from heavy gauge 18/8 stainless steel, the Rapid Brew is durable and attractive in appearance.
Other excellent features of note are the permawood handle and the glass cover knob. Dishwater safe and easy to clean, this percolator is convenient and functional as well as precise.
To me, the smell of fresh-made coffee is one of the greatest inventions.— Hugh Jackman
Ideal for Outdoor Use: The Graniteware Boiler!
Technically this is a coffee pot rather than a percolator, but I though it was worthy of mention, as the Graniteware Boiler is just perfect for those people who like to do their brewing outdoors
This brewer is constructed from porcelain fused to a steel core, which makes it sturdy and durable, as well as energy efficient.
Made in the USA, this rugged brewer is easy to clean and is available in 2.75 quart and 3 quart capacity sizes.
Once you wake up and smell the coffee, it's hard to go back to sleep.— Fran Drescher
- Coffee beans are not actually beans. They are berries that have undergone a roasting process.
- Before it was a drink, coffee was eaten. People would chew on the berries from the plant mixed with fat for extra energy.
- Although coffee was first consumed in Ethiopia, it was the Arabs who first cultivated the plant, and also the first to introduce roasting.
- There are two main types of coffee: Arabica and Robusta. 70% of the coffee drunk is Arabica, the more aromatic and milder type. The other 30% is Robusta, which is much stronger, but more bitter-tasting.
- Coffee is the second most traded international commodity.
- New Yorkers consume nearly 7 times as much coffee as people of other cities in the US.
- Coffee can kill you if you drink too much. The lethal dose is around 100 cups.
- Coffee shops have been talking shops throughout history. In 1675 King Charles II of England banned them because he thought that that’s where his opponents were meeting to plot against him.
I don't know how people live without coffee, I really don't.— Martha Quinn
Attractive, Colorful, and Sturdy: The Paula Deen!
This attractive and colorful Paula Deen 8-Cup, available in red or blue, is capable of enhancing any kitchen.
As well as looking good, the percolator also makes a tasty brew and is made from speckled porcelain, which makes it sturdy and easy to clean.
The loop handle is great for gripping and a nice design touch.
I was taken by the power that savoring a simple cup of coffee can have to connect people and create community.— Howard Schultz
The Medelco: Borosilicate Glass Construction!
This Medelco 8 Cup is a high quality 8-cup brewer, constructed from lab-quality borosilicate glass.
It features a heat-tolerant handle that stays cool to the touch, and is thermal-shock resistant, meaning that it can be moved straight from the stovetop to a refrigerator and won't crack.
Easy to clean and stain resistant, the Medelco is also dishwater safe, and comes with a trivet for use on coil electric stoves.
If this is coffee, please bring me some tea; but if this is tea, please bring me some coffee.— Abraham Lincoln
One More Top Rated Brewer to Consider!
Another exceptional stovetop maker that you might want to consider is the Copco 4 to 8-Cup.
With an attractive and durable stainless steel finish, this inexpensive product is comfortable and easy to use and difficult to beat in its price range.
The brewer is dishwasher safe and has a simple to clean stainless steel filter basket.
Its handle is comfortable and convenient and the spout does not drip or dribble, as can happen with some poorer quality makers.
All in all this is a great little pot that offers excellent value for money.
© 2014 Paul Goodman