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.
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.
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.
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.