Slow Coffee - vacuum brewing is hot

News   •   Dec 01, 2017 14:19 GMT

BODUM’s new ePEBO is the electric and easily accessible route to good, freshly brewed coffee with trendy siphon-technique.


BODUM Chambord has been gilded

News   •   Sep 27, 2017 13:49 GMT

​Since the original design of the Chambord French press in the 50s, it has practically been the icon of BODUM. Yet it keeps showing up in new versions. Like now, when BODUM is launching the Chambord coffee and tea maker in beautiful gold plate. Both the brewing method and the original idea are still intact.


The BODUM BISTRO coffee machine sets new standards

News   •   Sep 27, 2017 13:34 GMT

Since the very beginning, coffee has been BODUM’s great passion. And this coffee machine is no exception. Slow coffee is about both taking time to brew the coffee, but also letting the water filter through at a suitable rate. Using this new coffee making method, we are setting new standards for careful coffee brewing, getting the full taste without using paper filters or capsules.


BODUM’s new branch on the tree has bark

News   •   Sep 27, 2017 13:30 GMT

BODUM has started a new design line using cork. It is one of Nature’s most beautiful and functional materials. Cork is produced from the bark of the Cork Oak growing in the Mediterranean area, especially in Portugal, that delivers about half of all the cork used worldwide.


BODUM introduces the ePEBO vacuum coffee machine.

Press Releases   •   Sep 27, 2017 13:16 GMT

In the USA the brewing method is termed “Siphon” and right now it is literally “hot” if you want the best brewed cup of black coffee. Now BODUM is introducing ePEBO. Its predecessor was BODUM’s very own Santos. Introduced in the 50s by the Founder Peter Bodum. In the USA the brewing method is termed “Siphon” and it is right now literally “hot”, if you want the best brewed cup of black coffee.

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About Bodum

BODUM. Make taste - not waste.

A good cup of coffee has been the very soul and fabric of everything BODUM has done since its inception.
It is a story that goes back to 1944, when Britta and Peter Bodum founded the company in Copenhagen.
The brand really made it big with the Chambord French press.
Today you may find it both at the Museum of Modern Art and in innumerable homes all over the world.
Actually in 55 different countries.
Bodum is still family owned, with Jørgen Bodum at the helm.
Good coffee beans, a glass beaker, a steel filter, and freshly boiled water are all that is needed to brew the world’s best cup of coffee.
It has always been, and will always be this way.
Traditional paper filters also have the drawback of absorbing aroma and oils from the coffee.
Using the steel filter, all the fine flavours are preserved.
No poorly degradable aluminium capsules or lead.
No superfluous paper filters.
In the early years of BODUM, Peter Bodum imported glassware to Denmark, and it was through this that he first encountered the vacuum coffee maker.
He got so excited about the taste of the coffee brewed by the machine that he decided to improve upon the design and create a product with an affordable price for everyone.
Thus, the foundation was laid for the success of BODUM.
In the early 1950s MOCCA was put on the market—the first BODUM vacuum coffee machine.


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