A strikingly different coffeemaker from Kitchenaid
Hey guys this is Brian Bennett at CNET and we are at the International Housewares Show in Chicago for 2015.
We are taking a look at this wild coffee brewer it is the Kitchen Aid [UNKNOWN] brewer, and you can tell it is doing some pretty interesting action.
What you have on the bottom is a water heater, with a, heater on the bottom that's powered by electricity, obviously, and then it goes up into the brewing chamber here.
When it reaches just below, boiling point, pushes the water up, grounds are in the top in this globe here, and it basically steeps the grounds and the water together-.
And then once that is done brewing, it all comes back down automatically back into the brewing kettle.
So if you wanna get your hands on the Kitchenaid Siphon Brewer it will cost $249.
You can get it either through williamsonoma.com or.
Through retail channels by the June 2015 time frame.
I'm Brian Bennet from CNet appliances, and we've just taken a first look at the KitchenAid Syphon Brewer.
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