The CHEMEX® Method
Fill your Chettle
Fill your Chettle with water between the MIN and MAX fill lines.
Warning: Not keeping your water levels between the MIN and MAX lines can result in bodily harm or damage to your Chettle.
Heat your water
Place your Chettle over the center of your burner. The stainless steel Chettle is compatible with electric, gas, induction and glass stove tops.
Warning: The diameter of your electric and gas burner should ALWAYS be smaller in diameter than the Chettle bottom (6"). Do not let the flame of the gas burner spread beyond the bottom of the Chettle.
Wait for the boil
When your Chettle comes to a boil remove it from your burner.
Tip: After your water has come to a boil, remove it from the heat and let it rest for approximately 30 seconds before brewing.
Brew your favorite hot beverages
Whether it be CHEMEX® coffee or tea the Chettle gives you the pour control you need for brewing success.
How to Descale Your Kettle Using Vinegar
Fill the kettle with a solution of equal parts water and vinegar, and let soak for an hour. Next bring kettle to a boil and let the water and vinegar mixture sit in the kettle for another 15-20 minutes, discard water and rinse the kettle thoroughly. Dry and then refill the kettle with plain water again, bring to a boil to get rid of any lingering taste of vinegar.
How to Descale Your Kettle Using Lemon Juice
Mix two tablespoons of lemon juice with two cups of water in the kettle, and let soak for an hour. Next bring kettle to a boil and let the water and lemon juice mixture sit in the kettle for another 15-20 minutes, discard water and rinse the kettle thoroughly. Rinse out the kettle thoroughly then boil it again with clean water until the lemon scent is removed.