MORPHY RICHARDS VERVE FILTERED COFFEE MAKER , 12 CUP / 1.8L CAPACITY
Morphy Richards have combined the superior taste of manual pour over coffee with the ease and convenience of a programmable machine. It’s perfect for those who enjoy the true taste of coffee but want it delivered quickly and conveniently. The Verve range inspires everyday style and brings your kitchen to life with the elegant silhouttes in the textured design.
- 12 cup / 1.8L capacity
- Patterned plastic black finish
- 900W power
- Thermostatic hotplate, keep warm for 30min
- Glass with lid carafe
- Permanent cupcake shaped filter to allow even coverage and fuller flavour
- Coffee strength selector
- Deep clean function
- Programmable timer
- BPA Free
- Colour Black
- Capacity 1.8L
- Wattage 900W
- Voltage 220-240V / 50-60Hz
- Size - w x d x h mm 230 x 188 x 335
- Weight - kg 2.77kg
- Cord Length 75cm
Pour Over Technology
‘Pour Over’ is becoming increasingly popular due to the flavour it produces; fuller, smoother and richer tasting coffee.
Morphy Richards has combined the superior taste of manual pour over coffee, with the ease and convenience of a programmable machine. As a result, it’s perfect for those who really enjoy the true taste of coffee, but want it delivered quickly and conveniently.
Adjust your Brew Strength
Enjoy your coffee a little stronger than others? With the Verve Coffee maker you can adjust the brew strength to suit the flavour intesity to your taste. Whether you choose to select the 'optimum' program when brewing 1-4 cups or select your own coffee strength when making a larger pot of coffee, it's as simple as a click of a button.
The Brew process
The brewing process of our pour over machine has been developed to mirror the manual method traditionally used by baristas. At the start of the brewing process, it initially delivers only a small volume of water over the ground coffee held in the filter (a process known as ‘pre-soaking’). The reason for this is that when ground coffee initially comes in to contact with hot water, it releases carbon dioxide for a short period (a process known as ‘blooming’). If water is poured over the coffee during blooming, then little flavour is extracted resulting in a less flavoursome cup of coffee. This machine however waits for the blooming process to finish before brewing the coffee, resulting in a fuller flavour.
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