It may look like it came from a lab, but you don’t need a white coat to brew your morning cuppa in a vacuum maker. If you are hooked on the clean and full-bodied taste that the airtight environment provides, we’ve selected some great choices for you to choose from.
Not all of them brew in the classic Siphon-style way, but they use a vacuum to preserve the freshest and tastiest mouthfeel. Check it out!
The vacuum here is in the 16-ounce stainless-steel tumbler. Thanks to the airtight, double-wall insulated environment, the coffee brewed with this K-cup maker can stay hot and fresh for six long hours.
This Sboly model brews in less than three minutes, uses both coffee grounds and K-cup pods, it is durable, compact, and, most importantly, very user friendly. The thing that makes it our best choice is its self-cleaning function. You just have to hold two buttons at the same time, and the machine will do all the dirty work for you.
Bodum Pebo is super effective in extracting all of the trapped oily content from the grounds that give the brew a burst of flavor and aroma. Thanks to its authentic vacuum brewing style, this coffee maker seals the taste inside, so you end up enjoying your cup of Joe as rich and possible.
Bring our premium pick out when brewing for guests, and it will be a real conversation piece.
Pebo serves between 4 and 8 cups, and depending on the brew size, your cuppa can be ready anywhere between 5 and 11 minutes.
Looking for the classic Siphon look? Well, here you have it. Our best value makes the perfect vacuum brewed coffee without breaking the bank. It is made of high-quality glass that allows you to take pleasure in watching the entire process, plus it is easy to use.
This Siphon maker comes with an alcohol burner for convenience, and it is flexible enough to customize the temperature and ratios as you see fit.
This cold brew coffee maker features a vacuum insulated carafe for preserving your brew’s aroma and freshness for a long time. All you need to do is add your grounds and water, let steep for 12 hours, and simply press the button to drain your brew.
The best thing about it has to be its stainless-steel bottom, that you can simply disassemble, put the lid on, and take with you on the go.
A classic vacuum maker but with an electric twist! Bodum’s ePebo model takes all the guesswork and extracts the precious flavorful compounds from your ground coffee, with a simple press of a button.
The authentic glass look allows you to enjoy the whole process without doing any manual brewing.
A similar design to its cold brew sibling, this pour-over Asobu model is made of borosilicate glass and features a vacuum-insulated, easy-to-carry bottom mug.
The ergonomic design and fancy look make this coffee maker an excellent choice for anyone and any place.
Thanks to the double-walled and vacuum technology, this pour-over maker preserves the temperature and taste but offers a cool and comfortable grip.
Another classic vacuum or siphon maker that will make you feel like a knowledgeable chemist while brewing.
Made of hand-crafted and non-porous borosilicate glass, this Yama coffee maker will extract the grounds in the most aromatic way possible without ever taking on odd and unpleasant odors.
The maker comes with a reusable and washable cloth filter. The best thing is that you can also use the lid as a serving stand.
If you are looking for an authentic vacuum maker but want a simple and cleaner look, then this patented electric coffee maker will definitely deliver.
But its design is not the only thing that’s simple. Operating this coffee maker is also a breeze thanks to its one-touch interface. Queen Sense features no cords to support your minimalist-like wishes and allows you to watch the entire brewing process.
The best thing about this maker has to be its keep-warm function that enables you to take your time in the morning, knowing your brew will stay piping hot.
Although this coffee maker doesn’t brew with the help of a vacuum, its amazing vacuum and double-wall thermal carafe gives it this spot on our list.
This Hamilton model has a capacity of 10 cups, features a cone filter for perfect extraction, and gives you the option to choose the strength of the brew. It is also programmable and allows you to pause the brew so you can sip even before the brewing is finished.
If you are more into French Press making, then you definitely need to try brewing with this Lafeeca model. Thanks to its stainless-steel and vacuum insulated environment, you can always rely on the fresh and aromatic taste of the brew.
The modern and sleek look of this French Press making combines tradition with elegance and offers a fancy way to make perfectly flavorful coffee.
But that’s not all! This maker also features a dual filtration system that makes sure no residue will hit your mug.
Thanks to its patented vacuum technology, this coffee maker preserves the taste and aroma of your cup while cutting the extraction time short.
The large LCD display on the side makes operating this maker to be simple, and its 2-minute cold brewing is by far the biggest advantage.
A portable French Press maker that features a vacuum insulated travel mug for the most flavorful cuppa on the go. And thanks to the full-immersion steeping powered by the pressurized plunger, richness and smoothness is the definition of the brew pressed with this maker.
The leak-proof lid makes it easy to carry, but the best feature of all has to be its lock mechanism. By completely separating the grounds from the brew, this maker provides a clean cup that leaves a silky touch on the tongue.
For those looking for something practical, this all-in-one brewer will certainly satisfy your needs. This vacuum pressured coffee maker does not only brew quickly and conveniently, It also serves as a portable mug that you can easily take with you.
You just have to fill with water, add the coffee to the basket, and simply turn the ring to provide vacuum pressure. Once the water chamber rises back to the top, your brew can be served. Pretty neat, right?
Brewing in a vacuum pot, otherwise known as siphon maker, may look like it requires some scientific knowledge, but it is not as fussy as it may seem at first. Once you get it right, you will be mind blown by how full-bodied and clean the brew is.
The classic vacuum maker features two chambers and requires a burner to fuel the brewing. The water is heated at the bottom, and the heat starts creating steam that pushes the boiling water up to extract the grounds from the upper chamber. Then the coffee pot is removed from the heat so the vacuum pressure can pull the brewed coffee downward through the filter and into the lower serving chamber.
Invented in 1840, the Napier Vacuum Machine was the first coffee maker that took advantage of the vacuum technology to produce a cleaner brew. It wasn’t until 1930, though, that the automated vacuum coffee maker was born in Chicago, Illinois.
Unless you live in Japan where the Siphon makers are the go-to brewer for many people, chances are pretty skim that this style of brewing will gain as much popularity as the automatic or other less finicky coffee makers.
However, the biggest perk of the Siphon maker is the cleanliness and richness of the cup. The full-body and the smooth mouthfeel is really like no other, and if you don’t mind the complexity of the process, it is quite rewarding.
Although a bit demanding but once you get the handle of it, you can easily master vacuum brewing. And here is how to do it:
Whether it is vacuum-made or it uses a vacuum insulated environment to preserve the best taste of your cuppa, we can all agree that nothing beats the brew that is trapped inside the maker. When all of the flavor and aroma are locked, your cup of Joe is definitely more satisfying. Choose one vacuum maker from this list, and see for yourself.