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    ORIGAMI Dripper Matte Color: S size

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    Dreamy matte pastel colors joined the range of the iconic dripper  

    <NOTE: This product DOES NOT come with a holder. Please purchase a holder separately from here (wooden) or here (AS resin).>

    Some may came across "Origami" before - ori means "folding", and g(k)ami means "paper" - which is a Japanese art of paper folding (paper cranes may be the most famous of this kind.) This beautiful ORIGAMI Dripper is inspired by the spirit of the playfully colorful, creative but delicate craft loved for centuries. 

    While it is visually fun and definitely will be a conversation starter, it also realizes the best brew you could ever dream of. The product design team worked with many baristas and worked out an ideal blooming/dripping time and the shape that makes it possible- the 20 ribs creates air channels and keeps the brewing smooth and clog-free, which gives you great control over the dripping speed.

    The dripper is made of Mino porcelain- one of Japan's most prestigious potteries with more than 400 years of history.  This ‘S’ size coffee dripper can fill 1 to 2 cups with deliciously brewed, aromatic coffee.​ Pick your favorite origami and be creative!

    >>>View Wooden holder for ORIGAMI Dripper

    >>ORIGAMI Dripper S size

    >>ORIGAMI Dripper M size

    >>ORIGAMI Dripper Matte Color M size

      Features

      Makes up to 2 cups of pour-over, filter coffee
      Achieves professional standards of flavor control
      Comes in a beautiful box with design blueprint printed on

        Details

        Material: Ceramic (Mino-yaki)
        Size:  Φ115×H70 (drip hole:  Φ25)
        Suitable for use in microwave/oven/dishwasher
        Use Kalita Wave filter (155)/ Hario V60 filter (01) or other cone-shaped filter
        Made in Japan

          

        Customer Reviews

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        Gene G.
        Dreamy dripper

        I really love the design. gives comfort

        H
        Hyun t.C.
        gooooood

        very nice dripper!!

        C
        Chihoon J.
        Best and Best looking

        I like the look of course. I love its quality as well.
        Definitely worth to get for your daily pleasure with coffee.

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        Elvan A.R.
        Good product & services delivery

        Good product & services delivery

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        Aaron M.
        follow the recipe

        The best results I have had from this stunning little dripper (I sprung for the matte finish in size S) are those in which I followed the Kurasu recipe of a bloom and larger overlapping pours. When I deviated and tried a more constant slow pour without breaking the dam of the grounds (or even the 4:6 method) it resulted in a surprisingly imbalanced cup of coffee (allowing for some margin of error with grind size and water temp). Advice: get the resin origami dripper holder. It is form fitting, easy to clean and most of all stable. I have seen a great deal of criticism about the instability of the wooden holder, elegant as it may be aesthetically.

        Customer Reviews

        Based on 17 reviews
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        G
        Gene G.
        Dreamy dripper

        I really love the design. gives comfort

        H
        Hyun t.C.
        gooooood

        very nice dripper!!

        C
        Chihoon J.
        Best and Best looking

        I like the look of course. I love its quality as well.
        Definitely worth to get for your daily pleasure with coffee.

        E
        Elvan A.R.
        Good product & services delivery

        Good product & services delivery

        A
        Aaron M.
        follow the recipe

        The best results I have had from this stunning little dripper (I sprung for the matte finish in size S) are those in which I followed the Kurasu recipe of a bloom and larger overlapping pours. When I deviated and tried a more constant slow pour without breaking the dam of the grounds (or even the 4:6 method) it resulted in a surprisingly imbalanced cup of coffee (allowing for some margin of error with grind size and water temp). Advice: get the resin origami dripper holder. It is form fitting, easy to clean and most of all stable. I have seen a great deal of criticism about the instability of the wooden holder, elegant as it may be aesthetically.