Enamel Coffee Pot
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This adorable enamel coffee pot harkens back to a time when making coffee was a simpler affair: just grounds and water, heated up in a pot. We use it as serving piece to bring to the table or a kettle to heat up hot water for tea—but you could also bring the lightweight pot along on a camping excursion to make a quick cup of filterless coffee (just make sure you don't mind a few grounds). Available in 2 sizes (1.2 liters and 2 liters) in shiny cream, black, or sage, it’s also stovetop safe for piping hot refills.
Photography by Rocky Luten & Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
Enameled carbon steel
Small is 5" in diameter (9" W with handle and spout) x 7" H, holds 1.2 liters (40.6 ounces); large is 5" in diameter (9" W with handle and spout) x 10" H, holds 2 liters (67.6 ounces)
Care & Notes -
Dishwasher safe. Safe for use on stovetop. Works with all cooking surfaces, including induction. Before first use, wash with hot soapy water and dry thoroughly.
To use as coffee pot, heat water until boling, add grounds, and remove from heat. Let steep for several minutes. Pour through a fine mesh strainer to remove grounds.
Meet the Maker
Niagara Falls, NY
Dexam has been sourcing stylish kitchen and home goods since 1957, but it’s their range of ’50s and ’60s-inspired enamelware, launched in 2012, that we’re really crazy for. The cheerful milk jugs, coffee pots, mugs, and more not only look great, they’re also highly chip-resistant and safe to use with your stovetop, oven, and dishwasher.View Full Profile
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