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Revere Ware old fashioned coffee pot

The coffee pot has Patent 2272609 and the number 2363978 on the bottom. It has a small bottom part (like a pot) with a small pouring spout, then a middle piece fits in that about the same size with a funnel design on the bottom and little holes in the bottom, a flat metal thing with a flat metal stick in the center fits inside the middle part and it also has holes in it. and last is the lid. No glass perculator thing on it just a black knob.

Does anyone know how to make coffee in this thing? If you could put some detailed instrcutions I would be very grateful! Thank you!

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    Thank you Charlie!

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1) Boil the water you’ll need in another pot.
2) Put 1 tablespoon of ground coffee (drip grind, not percolator grind) in the reduced diameter, perforated bottom of the brewing chamber.
3) Put the grind/water separator (the perforated, flat handled plate with cup markings on the handle) in the Brewing Chamber, over the coffee grounds.
3) Put the Brewing Chamber on top of the Holding Chamber.
4) Pour the appropriate number of cups boiling water into the brewing chamber; put the lid with the black knob on the brewing chamber.
5) Let the water drain through the coffee grinds (5-10 minutes).
6) Remove Brewing Chamber, clean out the coffee grounds, and replace the lid on the holding chamber.
7) Enjoy your coffee! Keep it warm on the stove at LOW heat setting.

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Charlie

Posted on Jun 18, 2008

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