Thank you to Gail from Seattle Coffee Gear for this interesting video comparison of two different brewing systems. Chemex which was invented from a German Mr.Peter Schlumbohm chemist in 1941 in America and the Pour-over system invented in Germany from Mrs. Melitta Bentz in 1908 and commonly used in Japan. See links below for more interesting information about these brewing styles.
THE HISTORY OF COFFEE: POUR OVER
With the recent emergence of third-wave coffee shops popping up all over, I think it would be best to pay my respects by writing about the history of coffee. I am not sure how many installments this will be but I am hoping to rediscover lost traditions within the coffee culture… Continue reading here
THE HISTORY OF COFFEE: CHEMEX
The CHEMEX® coffeemaker was invented in 1941 by the eccentric chemist Dr. Peter Schlumbohm. Throughout his career, he developed over 300 patents, ranging from cocktail shakers to automobiles. His focus was on making everyday objects more functional, attractive and enjoyable to use. Continue reading here
Soo looking on try these style by myself.