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    HARIO Mini Drip Kettle KASUYA Model

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    To achieve an even higher goal- compact dripping pot designed by the WBC winner

    Kasuya Model Series”, in collaboration with HARIO, Kasuya san has produced coffee tools to align perfectly with his 4:6 brewing method. Tetsu Kasuya became the first Asian world champion of the WORLD BREWERS CUP in 2016.

    The compact body enables you to brew more flexibly and easily. It makes a great gift when wrapped together with a few drip bags!

    The long straight spout with a less curved tip makes the water flow control extremely easy. 

    HARIO KASUYA Model Lineup

    Hario V60 Dripper 02 Tetsu Kasuya Model

    Hario Cupping Spoon Tetsu Kasuya Model

    Hario Cupping Bowl Tetsu Kasuya Model

     

    Details

    Size: W165×L90×H100×D70mm
    Capacity:  300ml
    Material: Stainless Steel
    Made in China
    DO NOT use direct fire nor induction heater

    DO NOT use microwave nor oven

    Dish washer/drier compatible

    Handling Tips

    This product is not to be used as a heating device. Do not use with direct fire. This is designed to be used as a dripping pot, so boil the water in a different kettle and transfer the water to this product to enjoy brewing.
    Please make sure to check the condition of the product before use. If the handle is loose, do not use it to prevent any accident.
    The paint for the products passed the Food Sanitation Law. Avoid scrubbing or any impact on surface as it may cause the paint to peel.
     

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 19 reviews
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    A.S.A.

    Literally made filter coffee with it every morning, perfect size for a perfect cup of coffee

    r
    r.l.
    love this!

    you have to know before you buy that this is not stove top recom
    need which i was fully aware of. the kettle itself is awesome, it pours like silk, a lot easier for me to do a steady pour for small 1-2 cup brews oppose to my fellow kettle.

    i brew between 90-94 celsius anyways so know that you might lose some temperature when you transfer hot water. it works well for me and i have no conplaints!

    T
    T.R.
    Great mini kettle

    This little guy has been a fun experiment, I’ve enjoyed the precision that it gives while pouring a single cup. Looks great on the counter too!

    S
    S.
    Perfect!

    Perfect size for making a nice brew, really easy to adjust how you pour

    A
    A.
    Beautiful!

    The perfect size for single cup of coffee, perfect weight for adjusting and experimenting with your pour technique, and the perfect material for heat retention with a slow loss. From a boiling kettle, the temp usually drops to ~200 F when poured into the drip kettle. By the end of my 3 minute pour (180g), the temperature hovers around the mid 180s F. My fingers are chubby and I still found a way to hold it without touching the main body, but agree with other reviewers that caution should be exercised!

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 19 reviews
    84%
    (16)
    11%
    (2)
    5%
    (1)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    A
    A.S.A.

    Literally made filter coffee with it every morning, perfect size for a perfect cup of coffee

    r
    r.l.
    love this!

    you have to know before you buy that this is not stove top recom
    need which i was fully aware of. the kettle itself is awesome, it pours like silk, a lot easier for me to do a steady pour for small 1-2 cup brews oppose to my fellow kettle.

    i brew between 90-94 celsius anyways so know that you might lose some temperature when you transfer hot water. it works well for me and i have no conplaints!

    T
    T.R.
    Great mini kettle

    This little guy has been a fun experiment, I’ve enjoyed the precision that it gives while pouring a single cup. Looks great on the counter too!

    S
    S.
    Perfect!

    Perfect size for making a nice brew, really easy to adjust how you pour

    A
    A.
    Beautiful!

    The perfect size for single cup of coffee, perfect weight for adjusting and experimenting with your pour technique, and the perfect material for heat retention with a slow loss. From a boiling kettle, the temp usually drops to ~200 F when poured into the drip kettle. By the end of my 3 minute pour (180g), the temperature hovers around the mid 180s F. My fingers are chubby and I still found a way to hold it without touching the main body, but agree with other reviewers that caution should be exercised!

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