Paula Deen 8-Cup Stovetop Percolator, Orange Assessment and Review

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  • Colorful speckled porcelain exterior is durable, stain resistant and a breeze to clean.
  • Spacious loop handle is designed to ensure a comfortable grip while pouring.
  • Convenient filter basket lifts out of the percolator for easy filling and cleaning.
  • Quality Assurance Guarantee.

“I have always said the heart of the home is in the kitchen. No kitchen would be complete without a nostalgic percolator. You can spend hours upon hours with a good cup of coffee and a cherished friend.” – Paula Deen Click toRead the rest of the review here…

List Price: $ 29.99


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2 thoughts on “Paula Deen 8-Cup Stovetop Percolator, Orange Assessment and Review

  1. 27 of 27 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Attractive Item – Richer Coffee than a Drip Machine, August 15, 2010

    In seeing so many nasty reviews about this little perk pot, I am putting in my two cents. First of all – What do all these one and two star folks think this percolator is supposed to do for them?? Take them to Starbucks… I mean, seriously……

    The reason I bought this percolator was because I had tried some stove top espresso makers, which clearly made much richer and fully flavored coffee, the only problem was that is was much too strong. It was evident something about the water and steam passing though all the grounds fully, and very slowly was making all the difference in the world. So I bought this percolator to see if this could make a richer home brew – that was not as strong as espresso. Indeed this old fashioned process adds to the flavor and if properly perked – your coffee will turn out just fine. The coffee is so rich that I save the left overs for iced coffee in the late afternoons during the summer.

    Best thing to do is follow the instructions – which say to let the water come to a boil then turn it to low heat. Yes, this means you need to stand there by the stove – . Yes, if you over cook it, it will taste bitter. Yes, if you put too much water in the percolator it will over flow onto your stove. However, if you fill the percolator and coffee basket half way, all should go well.

    The design is nice and this is a very sturdy item. Would have been very helpful if this came with a silicon grip in this day and age. Yes, you have to use a pot holder, just like way back when. Also, the orange is close to a bright red, the red is a very dark red, and the blue is nearly an aqua green.

    Would be five stars but for the lack of a silicon grip. Nice job Ms. Paula Deen. Thank you!

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  2. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Paula Deen 8-cup Stovetop Coffeepot, January 31, 2009

    Best coffee pot I ever had! Bought a DeLonghi coffeepot for over $100 and between filters that had to be purchased every few months, descaling the pot with vinegar, it just wasn’t worth it. The descaling didn’t work and after a year I threw it away!

    The Paula Deen coffeepot makes excellent coffee even without using the strainer, when less coffee is needed, but with excellent flavor!

    I even make tea in it. Somehow, the heaviness of the pot and tight, snug double lid gives coffee and tea a full-bodied flavor! It makes coffee so fast, and has a slowly, brewed taste!

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