Percolator Coffee Pot


Percolator coffee pots were used universally before 1970. It is still popular in a few households today. Percolator coffee pots operate on the principles of pressure. The pressure of boiling water forces the hot water into the upper chamber containing the coffee grounds. Due to gravitational force, the water is forced back into the lower chamber. In this way, a convectional cycle is set up. This process gives a thick and strong brew. Connoisseurs are of the opinion that percolated coffee is of the best type. Percolator coffee pots are usually made of metal since they are heated directly on the heat source. Since the mechanism of the percolator sets up a continuous current, the coffee made in percolators is the hottest and strongest of all coffees. Nowadays percolator coffee pots are being replaced by automatic drip coffee makers.

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