Why Brew With The Technivorm Moccamaster
Invented by Dutch engineer Gerard-Clement Smit in the late 1960s, Technivorm's Moccamaster revolutionized home coffee brewing. Though not quite as glamorous as it is today, the original Moccamaster design already seemed ahead of its time. Autodrips of the late-'60s/early-'70s looked more like the toy versions of their future selves, whereas the Moccamaster '68 came out swinging with an appealing balance of glass, clear and opaque plastic, and stainless steel. But above all, great-tasting coffee.
To this day, Moccamaster remains the market leader in the Nordic region, aka where most of the world's coffee is consumed. Technivorm, originally a producer of step ladders, married the ease of autodrip and the quality of pour-over coffee. Moccamasters produce a cup like no other, so let's make a pot.
We recommend measuring by weight instead of volume for the most accurate brew ratio.
69g (1/2 cup)
1250g (10 mark)
- 69g medium-ground coffee
- 1,250g water (enough to fill to the 10 mark)
- Moccamaster KBGV Select
- #4 cone filter
- Start by weighing out 69g of coffee and grinding to a medium consistency.
- Fill the water reservoir to the 10 mark.
- Fold a #4 filter along its scalloped edge and place it in the basket.
- Add your coffee, flip the switch, and let it go.
- Watch in awe as the Moccamaster works its magic.
- Serve immediately.