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  • In collaboration between April Coffee Roasters of Copenhagen, Denmark, and design company Serax, comes the lovely porcelain April Pour-Over Brewer. A new and innovative pour-over brewer that's easy to use and allows everyone to brew better-tasting coffee. Created to keep up with the modern progression of coffee roasting, it's designed to allow you to extract the most out of your coffee, focusing on balance and sweetness at all temperatures.

    A unique flat bottom structure regulates the flow rate to produce a consistently sweet and balanced taste experience.

    Brew directly into the April custom designed cup for an enhanced aroma experience or into a larger server for sharing. Use the lid to create the optimal aroma experience and keep your brewed coffee at the perfect drinking temperature.

    At World Brewers Cup 2019, the April Pour-Over Brewer scored the highest cup score in the competition and contributed to a silver medal overall.

    You can read more about this amazing dripper here.

    • Thin Porcelain Ceramic Pour-Over Brewer Set
    • Includes:
      • Pour-Over Dripper
      • Ceramic Cup
      • Ceramic Lid
      • Easy to follow Recipe Card
    • Paper Filters sold separately - We recommend Kalita Wave 185 Filter

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A game changer

I was looking for a brewer that could help me explore light roasted coffee and I picked up the April brewer. I typically brew on a v60 and this brewer added a new dimension to the coffee. I love the presentation and the simplicity of the brewing process my recipe using the fellow ode is 13g of coffee ground at one notch past 3 and 100g circle pour in 10s of filtered 94c water then a 45 second wait and another 100g circle pour in 10s for a final draw down around 2:30 to 3 min depending on the coffee and roast. The result is a great morning cup that lets me experience what the single origin had to offer. My only criticism is that the lid for the cup is difficult to hang on to but it does enhance the experience enough that I decided to put a elastic band around it to give me a better purchase of it. Overall it's a great way to experience new coffee.

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After a bunch of frustrating brews where one or more holes of my Kalita clogged, I bought this awesome dripper. Not the cheapest dripper out there but I'm getting super consistently delicious cups and having a blast experimenting with various pouring techniques including the aggressive center pour recommended by Patrick Rolf. I wasn't initially thrilled about the cup/lid/saucer accessories that come with the dripper but after a few brews I actually dig them, and the lid does a surprisingly great job of holding in the heat. The whole setup looks beautiful too, for you instagram influencers. Essentially a Kalita updated for modern roasting and pouring techniques. Supposedly they're coming out with their own paper filters soon, but in the meantime Kalita 185 filters are working perfectly.

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A game changer

I was looking for a brewer that could help me explore light roasted coffee and I picked up the April brewer. I typically brew on a v60 and this brewer added a new dimension to the coffee. I love the presentation and the simplicity of the brewing process my recipe using the fellow ode is 13g of coffee ground at one notch past 3 and 100g circle pour in 10s of filtered 94c water then a 45 second wait and another 100g circle pour in 10s for a final draw down around 2:30 to 3 min depending on the coffee and roast. The result is a great morning cup that lets me experience what the single origin had to offer. My only criticism is that the lid for the cup is difficult to hang on to but it does enhance the experience enough that I decided to put a elastic band around it to give me a better purchase of it. Overall it's a great way to experience new coffee.

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K.R.

After a bunch of frustrating brews where one or more holes of my Kalita clogged, I bought this awesome dripper. Not the cheapest dripper out there but I'm getting super consistently delicious cups and having a blast experimenting with various pouring techniques including the aggressive center pour recommended by Patrick Rolf. I wasn't initially thrilled about the cup/lid/saucer accessories that come with the dripper but after a few brews I actually dig them, and the lid does a surprisingly great job of holding in the heat. The whole setup looks beautiful too, for you instagram influencers. Essentially a Kalita updated for modern roasting and pouring techniques. Supposedly they're coming out with their own paper filters soon, but in the meantime Kalita 185 filters are working perfectly.

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