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Thread: Pour over/drip machine for church - Boema v technivorm

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    Pour over/drip machine for church - Boema v technivorm

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    Hi all,

    I'm looking to get a coffee machine for church. Easy to use but will deliver pour over quality coffee into something like an airpot.
    The two that I have found in searches are
    Boema coffee dripolator Model: DP4-STS
    And
    Technivorm Moccamaster Grand (though a little harder to find in Aus)

    Does anyone know how they will compare? I think the techivorm is well regarded but I have nothing on the Boema with regard to reviews. Happy to hear other suggestions that will make between 1.8-2.2l in 5-7min.

    Easy to use if good too!

    Thanks

    Steelo

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    Hi Steelo.

    No brainer CoffeeSnobs - BeanBay - Other Stuff - Behmor Brazen Plus - Coffee Brewer = the best filter coffee in the world!

    Buy 2 or 3 if need be, but you can be assured they'll blow the others into the weeds when it comes to what is in the cup... You won't need an airpot either...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Talk_Coffee View Post
    Hi Steelo.

    No brainer CoffeeSnobs - BeanBay - Other Stuff - Behmor Brazen Plus - Coffee Brewer = the best filter coffee in the world!

    Buy 2 or 3 if need be, but you can be assured they'll blow the others into the weeds when it comes to what is in the cup... You won't need an airpot either...
    Thanks Coffee_talk for the quality comparison. Liquid for thought. My concern is delivery of a few litres of coffee quickly and also less supervision (ie. less batches required) by people who are not quite over what's going on. Though you are right regarding bang for buck - an extra .6l capacity for another $200 when comparing Brazen with Moccamaster

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    Also, how easy is it to source extra carafes for the Brazen.

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    I have worked on one of the Boema drip machines in the past.
    Well built, rugged and high capacity.

    If coffee quality isn't of priority but quantity is then the Boema will be a good choice.

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    Thanks noidle22.

    Coffee quality is a priority.



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