In the event of the 100th anniversary of Eva Solo, the Danish manufacturer launched “Madam Solo” – a re-edition of the Danish coffee pot icon Madam Blå.
The retro trend meanwhile reached all lifestyles, including Eva Solo’s approach. The 100 years old company didn’t want to renounce to combine classic brewing methods with modern design. This is how classic coffee is enjoyable, without renouncing contemporaneous design.
Make coffee on two different ways with the Madam Solo coffee pots: whether as usual with a coffee filter or ‘al fresco’, inspired by the first brewing method of the world. The filter method consists of hanging the base of the Eva Solo filter and covered with hot water – and the finished coffee will fall into the Madam Solo coffee pot drop by drop. If you prefer the al fresco method, the base isn’t necessary and the grinded coffee is completely covered with water inside of the filter: now mix it and done. The filter can remain in the pot with both brewing methods. Since Eva Solo successfully achieved in re-interpreting the classic, Madam Solo was honoured with the Red Dot Award in 2013.
Eva Solo manufactures the coffee machine out of porcelain and with a drip-free pourer of silicone. The lid also consists of silicone and it remains safe and firm on top of the pot. The stable handle consists of stainless steel. Madam Solo also offers enough capacity for the bigger coffee thirst with a capacity of 1.2 l.