Size:D97 × H73mm
Recommended Filters:2 person Hario (01), Kono cone paper filters
Features: 3 options available (black, brown, natural)
Handmade in Japan
*Server used in the images are the TORCH Coffee Server Pitchii.
Yamanaka-shikki lacquerware originated in the Ishikawa prefecture of Japan, and the methods themselves have been used since the 18th century. Pieces are carved one-by-one by skilled artisans, masters of turning the lathe and carefully applying the blade to manipulate and shape the wood.
The secret of Yamanaka-shikki craftsmanship is tategidori, the way in which the artisans trim the wood used in crafting their wares. Tategidoriinvolves the cutting of wood horizontally, along the grain, rather than the common practice of cutting vertically. This results in a finished product that is far more durable and long lasting end product.
Love the way the wooden dripper is carved and the coffee made with.
Once I have started reading more about thermal properties of the drippers, I have decided to try the ones with the best heat retention properties. While plastic ones excel here, they lack the beauty of the natural materials. I went with natural wood and it is indeed a piece of beauty and I reach for it more and more. So far I prefer it with Kono paper and with osmotic brewing method (by Cafec).
It is stylish~
Good to use with wave paper filter.
It’s so enjoyable to brew with this beautiful handcrafted dripper!
Very suitable for the morning coffee, smooth taste with fruitier aroma.
It is perfect for everyday morning cup. Very Satisfied.
Very good quality indeed! Bravo!
This has become a favorite dripper. If you’re lazy like me, this will be the perfect dripper. Haha! No need to wash. Just throw in your filter, brew, and discard.
This also produces a very well balanced cup. I was a bit surprised that this has a slightly slower draw down compared to other cone drippers.
We got the coffee couple of days after roasted, it’s fresh and taste very good