Recommended Dripper:KONO Meimon Dripper
Made in Japan
Established in 1925. The founder of the company, Akira Kono produced the first coffee siphon after years of research. In 1973 his successor designed the cone shaped dripper, and the third president of the company went on to adapt this design for home use creating the “Drip Meijin”.
Known not only for the quality of their coffee equipment but also for the excellence of their roasted beans, Kono Coffee Syphon Company is a name worth knowing.
Designed by the second president of the Kono Coffee Syphon Company after years in development, the distinctive conical shape of the design ensures that water is spread evenly throughout the filter and drips through at a steady speed.
The grooves in the lower half of the cone give a snugger fit for the filter, resulting in reduced sediment, improved airflow and ultimately a richer, fuller flavored coffee. With a little patience and practice you’ll quickly master the skills required to fill your kitchen with the rich, comforting aroma of filter-dripped coffee.
The Kono brand is favored by households and professional barista’s throughout Japan. The resulting coffee is nothing short of perfection!
These work well with my wooden dripper.
Very impressed with Kurasu’s service. Super fast shipping.
High quality paper and works very well with my wooden dripper
Clean taste, perfect fit
Perfect filters for kono drippers. Fast and very bright flavors extracted!
Filter was very good to use with fine coffee grounds. Perfect for the kono dripper
Haven't had one from there but quite pleasantly surprised by the taste of it.
My personal recipe is a 10 gram recipe and after trying out so many filters, this has become my favorite as it had a slightly slower draw down. I always end up with a really clean cup. My daily driver is this, paired with the Tujiwa Kanaami hand woven mesh dripper which I also bought here at Kurasu.
I absolutely love this easy pot!
This brewer is stunning and versatile, I can brew good tasting coffee using both flat and conical filter papers. I haven’t really used it that much but it’s good so far.
Overall a really refreshing and fruity coffee to have before bed/late at night without the caffeine buzz. The caramel aftertaste/mellow bitterness accompanies the white peach fruity notes to give something similar to a white peach tart/pie. It goes super well with caneles/basque cheesecake/or any dessert with a deep caramelized taste or simply just some cut up white peaches.