Farberware Yosemite 8 Cup Percolator

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Product Highlights

  • Polished stainless steel for beauty and durability
  • Permanent filter basket - no messy paper filters
  • Easy care - fully immersible and dishwasher safe.
  • 8 Cup capacity
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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. <p></p>

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Farberware Classic Yosemite Stainless Steel Percolator Features:

  • 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

 

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.

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Most helpful positive review
20 customers found this helpful
Great coffee again.
I have been spending good money for great coffee and being dissatisfied with the electric Kcup and drip coffee makers. Happy with my morning coffee once again with the stove top perculator method. Mmmm good coffee.
Most helpful negative review
After one use the plastic top broke in half
Was excited to use my new coffee pot. Made great coffee, however, after only one use the top plastic broke in half. Poor quality
Most helpful positive review
20 customers found this helpful
Great coffee again.
I have been spending good money for great coffee and being dissatisfied with the electric Kcup and drip coffee makers. Happy with my morning coffee once again with the stove top perculator method. Mmmm good coffee.
Most helpful negative review
After one use the plastic top broke in half
Was excited to use my new coffee pot. Made great coffee, however, after only one use the top plastic broke in half. Poor quality
1-10 of 554 reviews

Great coffee again.

I have been spending good money for great coffee and being dissatisfied with the electric Kcup and drip coffee makers. Happy with my morning coffee once again with the stove top perculator method. Mmmm good coffee.

Our camping coffee pot

We are having our first family reunion camping trip. We are looking forward to having coffee in the morning early. Excited about our new coffee pot.

Farberware Percolator Stovetop Coffee Pot pot

I really like this coffee pot. I bought it in preparation of power outages here in CA. It it's made real well. Solid pot, not those cheap tin pots and other pieces made well too. I made a pot of coffee to test it before storing. Coffee was delicious. I have an electric stove and it did take some time to warm up but that was ok as I really love it. I think the thicker metal makes it take a little longer to boil. Over all am real happy with purchase and would highly recommend.

Love iy

This is one of many coffee pots that I have purchased as I have always made my coffee on the stove. I'm a little disappointed because when I open the packaging the spring on the stem with the basket is missing. How do I get a replacement?

Sturdy workhorse!

Who says "old fashioned" is not as good as modern one cup at a time or electric percolaters!! It's 120% better!! The aroma of the freshly ground beans brewing is divine BUT the taste is heavenly! It brings back so many memories. This is the coffee pot from my childhood before my Dad talked my Mom into using the new modern electric percolater. I have gone through 3 Mr Coffee Pots since January 1st from multiple uses on a daily basis. Last year it was worse. I recommend getting this sturdy keeper with the stay cool handle. The bright shiny stainless steel exterior really looks nice just sitting on my stovetop. Only drawback, the water marks for measurement inside the pot are kind of hard to see sometimes. I have not tried it out when camping yet, its been too rainy here in California.

Makes a really nice pot of coffee!

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.

Great Stove Top Percolator

I've been wanting to get a stove top percolator for years. I can remember the smell of the coffee in the older percolators in the 50's. It may take a little longer but it is worth the wait. I get a full body flavor of coffee, piping hot. I had a GE electric percolator for 47 years. When the glass top broke last year, I couldn't find a replacement. I found this Farberware Yosemite 8 cup, read the reviews and found it was available at Walmart. It fills all my expectations. I put 4, 8oz cups of water in the pot and 4 good 1 tablespoon scoops in the basket. Bring the water to a boil and once the pot perks time for 4-5 minutes and you have a perfect 2 cups (at 13 fluid ozs) of coffee. The stainless steel cleans quickly and maintains its shine. I would recommend this product to anyone who is fed up with drip coffee pots.

Excellent Back-UP

Very happy with my percolator -- my electric percolator finally quit after about four years of daily use. Since I have had to replace several electric percolators (the last was a Farberware and it lasted the longest), I decided to go back to the basics. The coffee is even more full-bodied than the electric percolators and the flavor is even more rich. It is good and hot!!! I do not buy the "gourmet coffees". I use whatever brand store brand or favorite household brand that is cheapest, and I assure you the coffee is great. The downside is that it takes longer than my electric, but I just adjusted my schedule -- put it on the stove, then shower. By the time I come out, it is beginning to percolate. Then I turn it down to let it brew while I dress. Another wish is that it came in the 12-cup size so that I can serve others simultaneously. I truly forgot what I was missing.

i love the looks of this pot but when i first wash it, the top glass holder of the cover broked. so sad since i really liked this pot. I havent even use it. Return it goes

After one use the plastic top broke in half

Was excited to use my new coffee pot. Made great coffee, however, after only one use the top plastic broke in half. Poor quality

We’re sorry to hear of your experience with your Farberware Perculator. Your experience certainly is unusual, especially if following the use and care instructions included with your product packaging. We would like to learn more about your issue. Please contact our Consumer Relations Department at 1-800-809-7166 Monday through Friday 7:30 am - 4:00 pm PST excluding holidays and any one of our knowledgeable representatives will be more than happy to assist you.

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1-3 of 58 questions
by RickkyDMay 3, 2012


1. YES
by Leelee5
2. yes it has a perforated lid on the coffee basket
by 84Westy
3. Yes
by partsman00
4. Yes
by Grender
5. yes and it fits nicely in the pot no coffee grind.
by verteal
6. Yes.
by Spense
7. The basket does have a lid with holes in it.
by FarberwareExpert
8. Yes
by Dave3009
9. Yes, they call it a 'spreader' The basket is on a spring #removable# so the entire basket system is pushed up a little above the top when the lid comes off.
by Elph
10. Yes, it has a perforated lid for the coffee grounds basket.
by OldWizard
11. Yes
by Bargs
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Last answer: June 29, 2012

by walmartaphonicNovember 26, 2010


1. When it tastes to your liking it is ready.
by Muchenfuch
2. 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 djsteiniii
3. 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 partsman00
4. 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 KitchenwareExpert
5. less than 5 minutes
by ralphinhickorync
6. 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 alwayssmartbuyer
7. about 10 minutes to my desired strength
by BioG8r
8. 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 ShopTillIDrop22
9. 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 cimarronshopper
10. 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 Elph
11. 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 CAWCAWS2SEE
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Last answer: January 15, 2011

by richkidKK1September 11, 2010


1. Ground
by Muchenfuch
2. 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 djsteiniii
3. I am a representative from Farberware Cookware. This percolator uses regular or percolator ground beans.
by KitchenwareExpert
4. It uses regular ground beans.
by TortoiseHugger
5. ground beans. not to fine though
by ralphinhickorync
6. Ground coffee
by alwayssmartbuyer
7. 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 CaptMatt
8. ground - coarse preferably
by BioG8r
9. GROUND. Never heard of making coffee from whole beans ANY method...
by cimarronshopper
10. ground whole proab would not work as coffee goes up into tiny tube to top and back and forth
by CAWCAWS2SEE
11. Ground.
by mycvette
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Last answer: January 15, 2011

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