Canadiano Coffee Maker

Jan 7, 2014

Category: Food, Tech

If the thought of paying $3,000 for an espresso machine made out of aircraft grade aluminum really roasts your beans, then the Canadiano coffee maker might be the simple alternative you’re longing for. Carved out of Cherry, Walnut and Maple wood, the Canadiano employs the — you guessed it — Canadian pour-over method of brewing coffee. Just put the Canadiano on your #1 Grandson mug, add a couple of spoons of coffee, then pour that hot H2O into the wooden bowl. A few minutes later, you’re sipping delicious java that never even touched anything related to a 747 Boeing.

The makers of Canadiano, Fishtnk Design Factory, encourage brewing single origin beans with their creation. They also recommend different woods for different blends, like using the Walnut edition for darker roasts and earthier flavors such as beans from Southeast Asia. [Purchase]

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