Cafetière filtre slow coffee : Chemex 6 tasses
Manual filter coffee maker

ChemexChemex 6 cup

Sale price58,90 €

The legendary Chemex 6-cup coffee maker: the unique alliance of art and science to create this iconic filter coffee since 1941!


The Chemex Coffee Maker is renowned for its exceptional quality and perfect balance of art and science. Thanks to its gentle infusion method, or slow coffee, it allows uniform extraction which reveals the most subtle aromas of your coffee. Every cup is a true treat, as the Chemex drip coffee maker faithfully preserves the unique flavors and characteristics of each specialty coffee. For an optimal experience, opt for paper filters specific to the Chemex 6-cup coffee maker. They are available in our online store.
Cafetière filtre manuelle : Chemex 6 tasses

Filter coffee maker: which coffee to choose for the 6-cup Chemex coffee maker?

For the Chemex 6-Cup Coffee Maker, it is best to use light to medium roast coffees. These lighter roasts allow the delicate flavors and aromatic nuances of the coffee to fully reveal themselves when brewed in the Chemex drip coffee maker. Light to medium roast coffees often retain subtle fruit, floral, or chocolate notes in your cup of coffee better. Lighter roasts also preserve brighter acidity, which can provide more complexity and liveliness.

You will find a selection of pure arabica organic coffee on the Araku website. These Indian coffees made up of 6 ranges have different notes so that every specialty coffee lover will find what they are looking for.

Slow coffee : préparation café Chemex 6 tasses

Preparation method with the Chemex 6 cup

To obtain perfect filter coffee using the Chemex method with Première Récolte Araku organic coffee, we recommend a coffee-water ratio of 1:10. So, for 6 cups, you will need 75g of freshly ground coffee and 750ml of water. Here are the steps to follow for gentle coffee preparation:

Place the ground coffee into the Chemex 6-cup coffee maker.
Pre-wet the filter with hot water to remove unwanted aromas (empty the water afterwards)
Add the ground coffee to the filter.
Pour in the hot water (92-94°C) in three stages, starting with a "bloom" of 15 to 20 seconds.
Then pour the rest of the water in a spiral, starting from the center towards the edge of the filter then from the edge towards the center.
Remove the filter and enjoy your pure Arabica coffee.


When using a Chemex drip coffee maker, it is recommended to opt for a medium to coarse grind. This grind should be finer than that used for cold brew, but coarser than that used for espresso. A grind that is too fine risks clogging the paper filter of the Chemex 6-cup coffee maker, while a grind that is too coarse can result in coffee lacking flavor.

Invented in 1941 by the eccentric chemist Dr Peter Schlumbohm, this filter coffee maker combines ease of use and aesthetics. Its carafe, inspired by the Bauhaus movement, is designed from non-porous materials which do not alter the taste of the coffee. Today, its hourglass shape and distinctive collar have become iconic symbols in American design history.

When you have used your Chemex filter coffee maker, remove the used filter and throw it away. Then, gently rinse the Chemex 6-cup coffee maker with hot water to remove any coffee residue. If you notice any stains or deposits, a soft brush can be used to gently remove them. Avoid the use of soap or detergents, as they may alter the subtle aromas of your favorite coffee. After rinsing, let the Chemex air dry by turning it upside down on a support to avoid any mold formation. Remember to handle the wooden neck of your Chemex with care and protect it from water. By following these simple maintenance steps, your Chemex 6-Cup Drip Coffee Maker will provide you with many years of delicious cups of drip coffee.

Vos Avis

Based on 4 reviews
Moulin à café

Magnifique moulin. Très utile en voyage. Livraison rapide. Je recommande.

Superbe mais peut être problématique

J’ai acheté cette très très jolie cafetière récemment. Le design est top mais peut être problématique … il ne faut pas mettre son feu trop fort au risque que l’eau dépasse la structure et fuit par le capot lorsque le café commence à couler. Tout est une question d’adaptation mais ce petit détail qui nous a coûté une petite brûlure et une plaque en panique vaut mention car cela ne nous est jamais arrivés avec nos autres cafetières peu importe l’intensité du feu que nous mettions.

Porte-filtres en céramique

J'ai rapidement reçu le porte-filtres en céramiques (HARIO V60 Dripper) pour 1 à 3 tasses que j'avais commandé, et j'en suis entièrement satisfaite. Il est d'ailleurs très joli à regarder aussi, je l'aime bien !