From the beautifully formed stainless steel filter to the minimalist elegance of the glass carafe, this set from Kinto turns a regular cup of coffee into a truly luxurious experience and a Chemex alternative.
In this original design from Kinto, a standard coffee pot is replaced with a distinctive glass carafe and a stylish stainless steel cone filter takes the place of a paper one. The reusable stainless steel filter is not only kinder to the environment, but it allows more oils to remain in the finished coffee, resulting in a richer and more intense flavor. The set also includes a holder for the filter, which doubles up as a measurer.
There is a zenlike quality to the fluidity of movement in this coffee making technique, and from the careful measuring of the coffee to watching each drop drip leisurely into the carafe, the process is an experience unto itself. Unhurried, unrushed, relaxed – enjoying the making as much as the drinking is what Kinto’s “slow coffee style” is all about.
The set comes in a beautifully designed box and would make an ideal gift.
A kitchenware specialist based in Shiga Prefecture, Kinto have collaborated with many well-known designers including Fumie Shibata and TENT, and have designed a variety of beautiful yet functional drinkware items. In 2009 they received the Good Design Awards, a testament to the highly acclaimed excellence of their products, and are now gaining enormous attention from both domestic and international media alike.
Brilliant service too
Received my order in only 5 days! Very smooth transaction, the item is well packed. I’m very satisfied with my purchase.
Delivery was fast. Inlove with that Kinto minimalistic design. Now every morning coffee ritual became something to look forward. Thanks for warm service.
It takes four days from I placed the order to the stuff it actually arrived my place, it’s wonderful and smooth. Keep you great job.
Really enjoying my carafe set (300ml). The whole system is thoughtful and well designed. It's the perfect size for 1-2 small cups.
I paired it with the black Kinto pour over kettle and a small burr hand grinder, which not only makes great coffee all together, but looks elegant on the counter.