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Capresso ST300

The ST300 10-cup coffee maker has a vacuum-sealed stainless steel thermal carafe, with a fully stainless steel wrapped exterior and a programmable LCD display.

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Features and Benefits

  • Brews 10 cups (50-oz) of coffee
  • Stainless steel thermal carafe with drip-free pouring spout keeps coffee hot for hours and preserves aroma
  • Reusable GoldTone Filter eliminates the need for messy paper filters
  • Multiple nozzles spray water evenly onto ground coffee ensuring full saturation of grounds
  • Drip stop for pouring a cup while brewing
  • Special setting to maximize flavor when brewing 1 to 4 cups
  • Charcoal water filter removes up to 82% of chlorine and other impurities from tap water
  • External water level indicator for easy filling
  • Stainless steel housing

How Things Work

Sleek and stylish, the ST300 features a stainless steel machine body that will look gorgeous on any kitchen countertop. Any easy-to-read external water level indicator and fully programmable LCD display makes brewing coffee a breeze. The reusable GoldTone filter means messy paper filters are not required, making clean-up quick and easy. The 1-4 cup setting extends the brew time for added aroma when brewing smaller batches of coffee and the stainless steel thermal carafe will keep your coffee hot, without the need for a heating plate.

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Capresso ST300

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The Coffee King, by Barbara Steck

Mike Sheldrake opened Polly’s Gourmet Coffee in 1976 at the end of Second Street in Belmont Shore. Forty-four years later, he is still roasting coffee beans every morning in the same location. Mike bought the coffee part of the business from Polly’s Pies in 1989 after having worked there since high school. He wanted to learn the business from roots to roasting, and the result was Polly’s Gourmet Coffee.

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We all know this year had been challenging to say the least, and as a small business owner I would personally like to say "thank you" to every person who purchased a cup of coffee, pound of beans, and more. Without you we couldn't have made it through and we continue to survive because of your support.

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