I purchased a Cosori Pour Over Coffee Maker (this is a competitor to the Chemex) with a permanent (metal) filter.
I ground the beans and put them directly into the metal filter and brewed the coffee by slowly pouring the water from my electric kettle to make the beans bloom for about 30 seconds and then gradually pouring the rest of the water (the kettle holds 600 ml) over the beans.
The resulting coffee was very good, however there was some fine coffee bean silt at the bottom of the maker and the coffee mug.
I brewed did it the same way for the next two pots, and they were consistently very good
Coffee maker – Cosori Pour Over Coffee Maker
Brand of coffee – Balzac Coffee
Type of roast – medium roast
Amount of beans 25g
How fine a grind – #18
Temperature of the water 205 degrees (Fahrenheit)
Filtered / un-filtered water – unfiltered
Filter (paper/metal) – metal
Taste – very good
Ngagel Rejo Kidul 03
Surabaya, East Java