Brass Pour Over Brewer Stand
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Drip, drip, drip.
We’re always looking for ways to make the early hours of the morning more bearable, and this brass brewing stand is just the thing to get us out of bed. The matte brass of the stand makes us feel like we’re in an old school Kyoto coffeehouse, and the walnut base means we don’t have to worry about accidentally knocking our grounds over (c’mon, we all get sleep in our eyes sometimes). The stand comes with a metal filter that sits in a glass brewer (so no need to wrangle a paper filter), and a perfectly sized glass filter holder for when you remove the filter from the stand (so no spilling or dripping!). Plus, the stand is adjustable: lower it for brewing a single cup, or raise it up for a whole carafe… a beautiful glass version of which comes with the stand, and is what we need most days.
Photography by Rocky Luten & Julia Gartland
Details & Materials -
Walnut, brass, stainless steel, silicone, heat-resistant glass
Stand is is 6.5" W x 9.8" H x 5.1" D; stainless steel filter is 4.7" in diameter x 3.5" H; glass brewer is 4.7" in diameter x 3.7" H; glass server is 3.2" in diameter (5.5" W with handle) x 4.3" H; glass filter holder is 3.2" in diameter x 2.4" H
Care & Notes -
Glass server, brewer, and holder are all dishwasher and microwave safe. Stainless steel filter is dishwasher safe. Brass and walnut stand should be hand washed only. Brass will patina over time. To restore shine, use a brass polish such as Cape Cod.
Meet the Maker
Japanese home goods company Kinto appreciates the simple things in life. Their designs are informed by how you live your daily life, creating minimal, thoughtful kitchen solutions.View Full Profile
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