Farberware Yosemite 8 Cup Percolator

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Farberware Yosemite 8 Cup Percolator

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Get back to basics with the Farberware Classic Yosemite Stainless Steel Percolator. This Farberware Yosemite Percolator is reminiscent of mom and dad's coffee makers in the 1950's and doesn't require messy coffee filters to brew delicious coffee. Easy to use on any standard stovetop or heat source, this Farberware Yosemite Percolator has an 8-cup capacity for serious java drinkers or for office sharing. A clear plastic cap allows you to monitor the percolation, while the Stay Cool handle prevents burns or discomfort when pouring. Solidly built for long-term use, this traditional coffee maker is sure to become your home's favorite appliance. Easy to clean by hand and dishwasher safe, there's no reason to fuss with technologically complicated brewing systems. If you're looking for rich coffee made simple, consider buying this refined Farberware Yosemite Percolator.

Farberware Classic Yosemite Stainless Steel Percolator:

  • Classically designed stainless steel percolator
  • 8-cup capacity
  • No coffee filter required
  • Clear plastic cap allows you to monitor the percolation
  • Easy to use, clean and maintain
  • Stay Cool handle makes pouring safe and easy
  • Solidly built for long-term use
  • Dishwasher safe

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Primary Color: Silver
Model No.: 50124
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 2.0
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 8.5 x 7.0 x 9.25
Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
Origin of Components: USA or Imported

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Customer Reviews | 193 reviews | 4.7 out of 5

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Customer review by djsteiniii

5.0 stars by djsteiniii

I've been a die-hard coffee drinker all of my adult life, and I love a rich, bold, flavorful cup of java. Before this percolator, I was never able to get my own coffee rich and strong enough. After purchasing this percolator, and with a little trial and error, I now make the best coffee I've ever had every day. I've made coffee for guests twice, and each time they've said, "Wow! That's good coffee!". I highly recommend this product to anyone who's more concerned with quality than speed, as this percolator will take more time than an electric one. I wish the clear cap was glass instead of plastic. I think this piece will crack some time in the future and force me to buy another pot, which is why I gave 4 star ratings for Features and Durability. Other than that, I can't think of any way to improve this product. I experimented for a while with cooking times and came up with the following on my gas stove: I allow my coffee to boil for 5 mins on medium heat (17 mins from start), simmer 3 mins on low, then cool and settle for 2 mins. You can boil for longer if you like a stronger flavor, but it will get more bitter the longer you boil it. There is a small ridge on the inside of the pot at the very bottom that's hard to clean well with a sponge. On a couple of occasions, I've seen flecks of residue inside while I'm filling with clean water. However, the pot is dishwasher safe, and this cleans the pot more effectively than by hand.

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Pasadena, MD
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:45 - 54
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Usage:Every day
My first real coffee pot!!!

Customer review by Jolietgene1

4.0 stars by Jolietgene1

Wake up and smell the coffee everyone!!! This coffee pot spreads the aroma of fresh brewing coffee throughout the entire house in just minutes, I love that smell, and you don't get it from an automatic coffee maker... Not to forget the wonderful rich flavor of the fresh percolated coffee... Great Buy for the money, and it needs no coffee filters...

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Northern Illinois
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:55 - 64
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Usage:Every day
Makes a really nice pot of coffee!

Customer review by Anolelis

5.0 stars by Anolelis

Why did I not trade in my drip coffeemaker for one of these years ago! This very attractive percolator looks much better sitting on the top of the stove than the coffeemaker looked taking up counter space. It does take a (very) few more minutes to make the coffee, but the coffee tastes MUCH better! I am using the exact same ground coffee and it is quite a bit smoother than out of the drip machine. It is also quite a bit hotter - so use care with the first few sips! I usually use a regular coffee filter (you need to tear a small hole in the middle), but the time I neglected the filter, there were only a very few grounds in the bottom of the last cup of coffee. The unit is easy to clean - a rinse after every pot, and some hot sudsy water about once a week seems to do the job. (A bottle brush is helpful to get in the nooks and crannies, but you can easily make do without one.) It appears to be very well made and I look forward to many years of service from this percolator. I highly recommend this to anyone wanting a great cup of coffee.

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San Antonio, TX
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:45 - 54
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
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by richkidKK1 9/11/2010
  • ground - coarse preferably
    by BioG8r4/30/2012
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  • Ground beans, and don't grind them too fine. I grind mine just a little finer than the commercial ground coffee (think Folgers...) and it works great.
    by CaptMatt4/26/2012
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  • Ground coffee
    by alwayssmartbuyer4/21/2012
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  • It uses regular ground beans.
    by TortoiseHugger1/9/2012
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  • I am a representative from Farberware Cookware. This percolator uses regular or percolator ground beans.
    by KitchenwareExpert11/30/2013
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  • Use ground beans, but if you have access to a grinder, try a more coarse setting than what you'd use for an automatic drip coffee maker. Ideally, you want to minimize the amount of coffee grounds that fall into the pot itself.
    by djsteiniii1/19/2011
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  • Ground
    by Muchenfuch1/16/2011
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  • ground whole proab would not work as coffee goes up into tiny tube to top and back and forth
    by CAWCAWS2SEE12/28/2010
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  • ground beans. not to fine though
    by ralphinhickorync5/17/2012
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  • Ground.
    by mycvette10/28/2010
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by an anonymous customer 11/27/2010
  • A full pot takes about 15 minutes. The idea is to bring the water to a boil on high heat, and when it begins to perk turn the heat down to low and let it perk for about 10 minutes. Increase perk time for stronger coffee. It's more work than using an electric machine, but it makes much better coffee.
    by partsman007/21/2012
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  • I think the same as any coffee pot. This was a replacement for my Pyrex and it took about the same amount of time. I only made a third of the pot so there a few things to consider.
    by Elph7/17/2012
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  • about 10 minutes to my desired strength
    by BioG8r5/26/2012
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  • Depends on how much water you use (are you making 4 cups or 8 cups), but the water has to come to a complete boil - maybe 10-15 minutes, then another 5 - 8 minutes with the heat turned down to low while it percolates. Hope this helps.
    by alwayssmartbuyer7/17/2012
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  • I am a representative from Farberware Cookware. Here are the recommended brewing timeframes for the percolator. When the water boils, adjust burner to low or medium heat. Wait about 5-7 minutes for boiling water to percolate through the coffee grounds. The longer the coffee brews, the stronger the coffee will be.
    by KitchenwareExpert7/12/2013
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  • Once you control all the starting conditions (e.g. beginning water temperature, stove settings), you'll be able to experiment and get that perfect cup of coffee. You want the pot to boil somewhat vigorously for 5 - 11 minutes depending on how strong you want your coffee (I use 5). I recommend med - med-high heat for this step. The longer the coffee boils, the stronger and more bitter the flavor will be. Next, turn your heat down to low so that the coffee just barely percolates. It will take some time to see the effects of the temperature change on your electric range as they cool down more slowly than gas ranges, and you may want to adjust your times to account for this. Simmer your coffee on low for about 3 minutes. Finally, let the pot sit for 2 minutes to allow the coffee grounds to settle to the bottom. I hope this helps. Good luck!
    by djsteiniii1/19/2011
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  • When it tastes to your liking it is ready.
    by Muchenfuch12/30/2013
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  • it takes as long as it takes to boil the amount of water so try it in a pot with lid on and your see how long is a way to know. as for me it takes to long i want my coffee NOW nice pot tho
    by CAWCAWS2SEE12/28/2010
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  • Same as for other "makers" a minute per cup of water/coffee. DO adjust for your own unique preferences though. I LOVE my stove top, and tend to brew strong...leaving it to brew longer. Others would like at one/one ratio better, not so strong in other words.
    by cimarronshopper12/22/2010
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  • I use a heat diffuser that I got to use with my tagine so it takes a little longer on my electric stove but I have good, hot, strong coffee (4-6 cups) in about 15 minutes (starting with cold water.)
    by ShopTillIDrop2212/11/2012
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