French Press Chambord
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Design icon. The "Chambord" by Bodum
It is the most famous stamp pot in the world. Fans of this preparation method, also called French Press, have long used the words Bodum and Chambord synonymously. Yet the model with recognition value originally comes from the French company Melior. As a design model, according to legend, only a well-known historical building on the Loire comes into question: Château de Chambord, built in the first half of the 16th century as a pomp and hunting lodge for knight-king François I. It is still considered the most magnificent of the Loire castles - when looking closely at the rod filter pot, you may see the two outer castle towers with the characteristic domed roofs towering before your inner eye.
Meanwhile, we are also convinced by the inner values of this coffee maker, which has been produced by Bodum since the 1970s. Exclusively for us, the lid including retention strainer is made not of plastic, but of stainless steel. The pot body is made of borosilicate glass, the frame is also made of stainless steel, the handle is made of walnut wood. For this purpose, a set of new tools was specially put on at the production site in Portugal.
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