Filter coffee Chemex carafe


Do you want to make your daily coffee with a truly special machine, one that has even made it into the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York?  With the “Chemex Coffee Carafe,” you will always have a perfect filtered coffee. It is an elegant, one-piece, hourglass-shaped vessel made of high-quality, heat-resistant glass. The traditional model comes “with a polished wooden collar and leather tie,” and the manufacturer’s description alone suggests a true work of art. But don’t worry: even though it sounds posh, this coffee carafe is very robust, and you can use it to brew wonderful filtered coffee. Coffee connoisseurs swear by the Chemex!


  • Heat-resistant glass
  • Removable wooden elements


The Chemex is a manual glass filter coffee maker invented by chemist Peter Schlumbohm in 1941, and it is still manufactured and distributed by the Chemex Corporation, based in Chicopee, Massachusetts, USA. According to designers at the Illinois Institute of Technology, the Chemex is “one of the best-designed products of modern times.” As such, it was included in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1958. Few products in this century can match the flawless blend of design and function. That’s coffeekult.