Café Outfitter: Slow Bar

Café

Kinto

How do you like to slow bar? Whether you like to press, pour, filter, or immerse, you have lots of choices when it comes to stocking your home or café bar. These single- and multi-cup brewers show that functionality doesn’t have to come at the expense of aesthetics. With so many design-savvy options, why limit yourself to just one method?

Highwave_TeaFish

1) Hit the Highwave
Highwave took inspiration from their ocean-side location in the design of their TEAfish and JOEfish single-cup brewers. The intuitive press works for any grind or loose leaf; a patented shut-off prevents coffee and tea from over-extracting. Double-walled, borosilicate glass keeps drinks hot and your hands cool.

BairroAlto_gold

2) Breaking Bairriers
BairroAlto eliminated the walls from pour-over brewing with the AltoAir, promoting unrestricted flow and consistent extraction. Pair the woven frame with the complementary conical flask, crafted from borosilicate glass and wrapped in a leather handle for a comfortable grip. Choose from standard and single-cup sizes.

Kinto

3) Slow Jams
The Slow Coffee collection from Kinto celebrates the relaxation-factor of pour-overs, allowing time to appreciate the artistry of brewing. Find your own style among glass carafes and stainless steel filters, choosing from single- and multi-cup sizes. Stacking parts save space, including a plastic holder for your filter after brewing.

G-Drip

4) Science Rules
Step back into the days of science class with the Erlenmeyer-inspired G-Drip from Goat Story. Copper fittings support the metal frame, while coffee drips down into heat-resistant, borosilicate glass. The team at Goat Story designed a special spring inside the funnel to facilitate faster extraction and prevent over-brewing.