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Page Contents:
-Yama Coffee Siphons
   -Instructions for Use
-Retro Coffeemaker
 
-1000cc Carafe & Wick
  -Retro Instructions

Vacuum Coffee Makers

Coffee BeansIt's like watching a magic show. First the water climbs up the glass tube into the upper vessel, turns brown as it infuses with the coffee grounds, then makes its way back down, ready for consumption.

Yama Coffee Siphons

Yama coffee siphon Yama Coffee Siphon,
8 Cup

$52.99
#15514
Coffee BeansMakes eight 4-oz cups (32 oz),
11" high overall,
6" high carafe,
4" diameter base,
5-1/2" wide belly,
Glass funnel and carafe,
2-3/8" diameter filter screen,
4-1/4" diameter cotton filter screen cover,
Includes spare filter screen cover,
Black plastic handle and funnel holder,
Funnel holder doubles as funnel cover,
Includes measuring spoon,
Wire trivet for use on electric stovetops with exposed or iron-covered metal elements
Made in Taiwan
Yama coffee siphon, 5 cup

Yama coffee siphon
Yama Coffee Siphon,
5 Cup

$48.99
#15509
Makes five 4-oz cups (20 oz),
9.5" high overall,
4.5" high carafe,
5.6" diameter base,
Glass funnel and carafe,
2-3/8" diameter filter screen,
4-1/4" diameter cotton filter screen cover,
Includes spare filter screen cover,
Black plastic handle and funnel holder,
Funnel holder doubles as funnel cover,
Includes measuring spoon,
Wire trivet for use on electric stovetops with exposed or iron-covered metal elements
Made in Taiwan
filter assembly for yama coffee siphons

Yama replacement filter assembly
Yama Coffee Siphon Replacement Filter Assembly

$7.99
#15517

 

Metal screen with spring, beaded chain and catch,
2-3/8" diameter screen,
Two 4" diameter cotton filter screen covers,
Cloth is attached to screen by way of a string, which is tied underneath.
Cloth covered filter assembly is washable.
Made in Taiwan
Yama cloth filters Yama Coffee Siphon
Replacement Cloth Filters, 5-Pk

$7.99
#15518
4" diameter,
Cotton,
Made in Taiwan
Install the filter with the coarse surface against the metal plate.

Instructions for Using the Yama Coffee Siphons

Yama coffee siphon instructions #1 Drop the washable, reusable cloth covered filter into the funnel (glass infusion chamber) with the chain hanging down into the glass tube.

Pull the chain down until you can hook it to the bottom of the siphon tube.
Yama coffee siphon instructions #2 Stand the funnel onto its holder. Add one heaping measure of ground coffee per "cup".

Fill the bottom carafe with fresh, cool water up to the maximum capacity mark (5 or 8 "cup").
Yama coffee siphon instructions #3 Place the funnel onto the bottom carafe and gently twist to fit the rubber stopper and tube into the opening.

Place on stove, low to medium heat.

Note: If using an electric stove, you must use the wire trivet between the carafe and the burner.
Yama coffee siphon instructions #4 As the water boils, it will be siphoned to the top funnel chamber, where it will infuse with the coffee grounds.

You may now stir the mixture a bit.

It is normal for a little water to remain in the bottom carafe.
Yama coffee siphon instructions #5 Let brew about 60 seconds, then remove the coffeemaker from the heat source.

The coffee will then filter back down into the carafe, leaving the grounds at the top.
Yama coffee siphon instructions #6 Gently rock the funnel back and forth to loosen it from the carafe, lift off and stand it onto its holder.

Pour and enjoy the coffee!

 

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Retro Coffeemaker

Made in Portugal, the Retro-Coffeemaker is reminiscent of its predecessor from Vienna, from around the mid 1800's. It is a wonder to watch as it makes coffee.

Coffee is placed in the carafe and hot water in the server. With everything in place, the burner is lit under the server. As the water is heated, it exits the server and showers the ground coffee in the carafe. At the same time, the server rises and the flame under it is automatically extinguished. A vacuum forms in the server and the coffee is called back into it. Open the tap and pour yourself a wonderful cup of hot coffee.

Balance and supports - solid brass
Serving container - solid brass or copper with tin-lined interior
Base - hard and resistant to denatured alcohol
Uninflammable wick
Silicone seals
No-drip tap
Metal filter

Copper Retro Coffeemaker Retro Coffeemaker, Copper

#12691
We are not currently carrying this item
Coffee BeansDesign Copper Model
Copper server with brass accents
1000 cc (34 oz) capacity,
13-1/4" high,
11" wide,
7" deep with tap,
Boiler is 6" high, 4" diameter,
Plastic base plate
Brass Retro Coffeemaker Retro Coffeemaker, Brass

#12695
We are not currently carrying this item
UNI Silver Look Model
Brass server with chrome accents
1000 cc (34 oz) capacity,
14" high,
11" wide,
7" deep with tap,
Boiler is 6" high, 4" diameter,
Plastic base plate
Replacement 1000cc carafe for Retro Coffeemaker Retro 1000 cc Replacement Carafe

$44.99
#12661
Holds approximately 34 oz.,
9-1/4" high
Replacement wick for Retro Coffeemaker Retro Replacement Wick

$5.99
#12662
Approx 2-1/2" long,
Brass nozzle

Use & Care of the Retro Coffeemaker

Retro-Coffeemaker - Put coffee grounds in carafe Pre-heat water in a kettle, so it's ready for when it needs to be poured into the server..

Assemble the unit as shown, on a flat, solid surface.

Close the tap.

Remove the wick from the glass burner and fill half-way with methanol or denatured alcohol. Replace the wick.

Remove the cover from the glass carafe and gently press the siphoning tube into the serving container so that it forms a seal.

For the 1000cc units, place about 5-6 tablespoons of ground coffee into the glass carafe (4-5 tbsp for the 600cc units). Adjust the quantity to your own taste.
Retro-Coffeemaker - Place water in boiler/server Remove the top center plug from the server and pour about 600-1000cc (20-34 ounces) of water into it.

Securely replace the top center plug on the server.

Tip the server up using the knob on the counterbalance, open the wick cover and release the boiler slowly so that it keeps the burner cover open.

Ignite the flame.
Retro-Coffeemaker - Water is mixed with coffee Depending on the amount and the temperature of the water, it will take from 7 to 9 minutes to begin its performance.

As the water heats, it is forced through the sleeve into the glass carafe and over the coffee, to mingle with it.
Retro-Coffeemaker - Flame automatically extinguished As the server gets lighter, it will rise with the help of the counterbalance, and release the wick cover, extinguishing the flame.

On the outside chance that the burner cover should remain open, gently tip the cover handle to close it.
Retro-Coffeemaker - Coffee returns to boiler for serving As vacuum forms in the boiler, the coffee is recalled through the sleeve into the server, and the grounds remain in the carafe.

Before opening the tap to pour the coffee, loosen the top center plug on the server to release the vacuum.

If you enjoy really strong coffee, the burner can be relit at this point and the brewing process repeated.
   
 Denatured alcohol burner
Alcohol Burner
 No-drip spout
No-drip spout
Metal filter
Filter on Siphoning Tube
Use only denatured alcohol or methanol: Make sure the burner is always at least 1/4 full when operating. Wipe up and dry spills before lighting. Never allow it to burn dry, and never fill it while it is burning.
If the burner cover (flame cap) remains open: Tip the burner cover handle to close it, and lightly oil the hinge when you clean the unit.
If coffee does not flow from the server to the carafe: Check that the flame is burning.
Check that the top center plug is in the closed position.
Check that the siphoning tube is placed tightly into the server.
If coffee does not flow from the carafe to the server: Check that the top center plug is in the closed position.
Check that the siphoning tube is placed tightly into the server.
If coffee does not flow from the spigot: Check that the top center plug on the server is open or in the open position.
Cleaning: Always wait to clean the machine until it has cooled completely.

Remove the glass, dump out the grounds and wash as you would all glass. Never clean a hot glass with cold water, to prevent breakage.

The server and siphoning tube can be cleaned by running under water. Never attempt to open the server other than by the top center plug, as it is hermetically sealed.

Never use abrasive cleaners, scouring pads or hard brushes for polishing or cleaning.

Lightly oil the hinge of the burner on a regular basis, to guarantee automatic closure.

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