PoUR-over

Pour-over coffee dripper is designed to give you precision control over your coffee making process. Japanese culture dictates that one should take time and enjoy the process of creation and this should not exclude your morning coffee ritual. The process of making pour-over coffee is one that takes finesse and skill and the end result is worth it!  

aeropress

This futuristic coffee maker is ideal for any coffee lover looking for a rich, smooth cup of coffee, without acidity or bitterness. The AeroPress brews up to three delicious cups of coffee in about a minute, and clean up takes only a few seconds. The lightweight and compact design make AeroPress the perfect accompaniment when traveling.   

french press

The French Press has undergone several design changes over the years, however the basic principle remains the same. The first coffee press was more than likely invented in France (hence the name) at the turn of the 20th century. The modern French Press is the ideal instrument to brew up to 4 cups of espresso-style coffee with a rich aroma and flavourful taste.  

chemex

Chemex coffee maker uses the most chemically correct coffee making process that brews up to 6 cups of coffee in one go. This simple system is void of moving parts and if looked after, will last a lifetime. Chemex is made of borosilicate glass that does not absorb odours or chemical residue which ensures maximum longevity.  

MOKA POT


Moka pot brews coffee by boiling water into steam and then passing the hot steam through ground coffee. The majority of Moka units are stove-top, however electric units are also available. Italian engineer named Alfonso Bialetti invented the Mola Pot in 1933 and it quickly became one of the staples of Italian culture.

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