airedale Posted January 1 Share Posted January 1 (edited) I am a coffee drinker, I am not talking cups, I am talking pots. For years I brewed coffee with Bunn coffee makers, they have always worked great for me and I have worn a couple of them out. A few years ago after my last Bunn died I decided to get fancy and purchased one of those Ninja Coffee Bars that will do just about anything one can do with coffee. No complaints with the Ninja other than it's price, the coffee was good and brewed fast. Well the other day the Ninja craps out, sooo on top of my Heartland cookstove for decoration purposes sat a vintage Revere Ware 8 cup percolator coffee pot and I decide I am going to make a pot of coffee with it. I am not a stranger to the old style percolator, I grew up watching one made by Revere on the stovetop at home make coffee for my parents. My Dad worked at and retired from Rome Manufacturing home of Revere Cook ware, I worked there myself for a short time after getting out of school and I have down through the years collected a complete set of Revere Ware copper bottom cookware made in Rome NY including that 8 cup percolator. So back to the coffee, I make a pot with the old copper bottom and have to say that it is some of the best coffee I have ever tasted, I have been using it every day since. The only downside it is a little slower to brew a pot. Some old school vintage stuff like walnut and steel firearms, Woolrich hunting clothes Bean Maine hunting boots and Revere Ware cookware just can not be beat. Al Edited January 1 by airedale 4 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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