The quest to make a perfect cup of coffee can be a nearly endless (and sometimes expensive) pursuit, but the simple pour-over is proof that you don’t have to shell out hundreds of dollars to have a tasty, aromatic cup of joe. This brewing method — in which, as the name suggests, you literally pour water over coffee grounds — is a favorite of Strategist editor Maxine Builder, who says it creates café-level quality coffee. Her favorite pour-over, while relatively affordable, is still more expensive than this one from Bodum — a brand we’ve written about many times before. This coffee maker is made of ultradurable borosilicate glass and has a permanent stainless-steel filter and a nice-looking cork band that is both aesthetically pleasing and functional (it’ll never be too hot to pick up). It’s currently the cheapest we’ve ever seen it — coming in at just $19 when you use the coupon on the page. At this price, it’s practically the same as a week’s worth of coffee from your local shop.
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