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Drip. Pour. Press. There are almost too many different ways to make good coffee, but if you’ve still got room in your kitchen you might want to check out the new Siphon Coffee Brewer from KitchenAid. The traditional vacuum coffee maker (aka vac pot, siphon or syphon) was originally invented in the 1830s. This new KitchenAid design is based off the same principles, but it’s far more advanced, and convenient, than the other options available. Coffee goes in the globe in the top, water goes in the carafe in the bottom. Using a heating element hidden in the stand, the water is heated to just-below-boiling. When that happens, the water moves to the brewing chamber to mix with the coffee. Coffee brews, temperatures change and the coffee returns to the carafe so you can drink it. It’s entertaining, delicious and actually quite convenient.

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Whether at home or on-the-go, when it comes to vaporizers, we want it all. We want to be able to use full flower or potent concentrates depending on the mood–and keep it smooth without any harsh smoke. We want multiple modes for unique combinations of flavor and vapor. We want an oven that’s as easy to clean as it is adjustable depending on the length of the session. Sounds impossible, right? It’s not with PAX Plus. In addition to packing all those features into one perfectly portable device, it’s also one the most sleek and stylish products that’s come out recently.