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AdvantagesWell made, muted design, spares available.

DisadvantagesSmall... will only fill a mug and a bit....

...me you prefer a slightly chipped builders style mug of coffee, then you will probably manage 1.5 mugs of coffee from this. So the descriptive "three cups" is deceptive unless you drink from a child's tea set. The coffee maker holds 0.35 litres of fluid or 12 oz. This cafetiere is made from heat resistant borosilicate glass and is dishwasher safe. WHY USE A CAFETIERE? As an unapologetic coffee...

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“Classic Bodum”

published 28/09/2012

AdvantagesA great looking pot

DisadvantagesNone, well except I smashed the jar, but can't blame Bodum for that!

.... Price of the Pot I've had this pot a long time, I think it cost around £12, I think the pot new now is around £20.   The Chambord is one of the most popular and well known styles of Bodum pots, and I do like the style of this pot very much - it is much more elegant than the plastic Bodum pot I have.  Apparently there were two free glass cups on offer with this pot, I've never seen this offer...

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“It's a Mug's Game”

published 19/09/2015

AdvantagesQuick and easy to make, inexpensive

DisadvantagesTaste is a little cloying, texture a little dry

...It is a sad state of affairs when I delay my weekly shop until Ciao have announced the latest 'Product of the Week'. Sad or not, I was delighted to find out that this weeks chosen item was a new grocery product, rather than some obscure B movie, and duly headed off to Morrison's in search of this new Dr Oetker Mug Cake mix. The Brand I'm already familiar with the Dr Oetker brand, largely...

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