Kono - Filter Coffee Dripper - Crystal Pink
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Kono Meimon dripper for pour-over coffee brewing - limited edition
Made in Japan
Material: acrylic resin
Color: Crystal Pink
For sizes refer to our product selection.
+ Add the matching paper filter
The Kono dripper is a visual standout because of its shape and the colours that it comes in. A Japanese favourite that was finalised in 1973 after five years of being developed. Its shape ensures an even spread of the water throughout the filter as well as a steady speed of the drip from start to finish. In the bottom half of the dripper, you’ll notice groves that make the filter sit tighter than we might be used to. This improves the airflow, leads to reduced sediment and results in a cup of coffee with a more intense flavour. For the additional layer of perfection, we recommend you use the dripper in combination with its filter. That way, your coffee will certainly drip from one central point in the way that it was designed to.
Name: Kono Meimon Dripper
Choose the matching paper filter
Kono is from Japan and has been around since 1925
New to Europe but not actually new
60° dripper that reminds of the Hario dripper
A filter that is loved by both home and professional brewers
Features that make it stand out:
→ 5 years of development that resulted in a unique design that was finalised in 1973
→ Its shape ensures the water spreads evenly on the filter
→ Ensures a drip at a steady speed
→ You’ll notice groves in the bottom half of the dripper that make the filter sit a little tighter than you might be used to. This improves the airflow which will lead to a final product full of the flavours hidden in your beans.
→ For the extra layer of perfection, we recommend combining the dripper with its filter. That way, your coffee will drip from one central point only
→ Our coffee recommendation for the Kono dripper is something light and floral, such as our Washed Ethiopian coffee from the Guji region, or the Naturally processed Hambella from Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia. But you can use it with any other coffees from our selection here.