• Description
  • Specs
  • Brew with true consistency with Gabi Master A. Every coffee gets to be tasty with the ingenious and surprisingly simple Master A. Using surface tension and viscosity of water with precisely calculated holes at the centre of the 'Water Bottle' and 'Water spout', Master A lowers agitation by creating numerous light water droplets and evenly dispersing them over a relatively large area of ground coffee. Pour once and let Gabi Master A do the precise pouring for you!

    Master A brews so consistently that it can be used to evaluate coffee quality in a fair way. High quality hand drip coffee brewing made easy with Master A – no master coffee brewer level of experience required.

    • Water Bottle - Capacity: 150 ml
    • Water Spout - Device for Water Dispersion, Creates Lighter Water Droplets
    • Dripper - Filter Holder
    • Multi-Dripper Saucer
    • Water Dispense Rate:
      • Water Bottle - 1.5 g/sec
      • Water Spout - 1 g/sec
    • Paper Filters sold separately - We recommend Kalita Wave 155 Filter

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
50%
(4)
38%
(3)
13%
(1)
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Elliot K. (Edmonton, CA)
Fun, Easy

Consistently mellow taste, very decent compared to the effort required

M
Morgan B. (Detroit, US)
Unique and Consistent

The Gabi has been what I had hoped for the Tricolate to be, which is something that produces super consistent clean cups only leaving grind size as a variable. As a bonus the top section fits on other small brewers and allows you to experience the differences in cup profile that the brewer makes without changing pouring structure. It also packs down into a hardcase which is great for travel since it doesn't require a gooseneck.

J
J. (Calgary, CA)
Best travel or at home brewing companion

This brewer really brews very very sweet and balanced filter coffee due to low agitation. It also packs up so nicely that you can bring everywhere with you. The best part? you do not need to pack a goose neck kettle with you while traveling! Just need hot water to pour into the reservoir and whoa la you can brew your own delicious coffee while traveling!

T
The Local Chemist (Seattle, US)
Fantastic coffee dripper

Love it! Everything about it.

Z
Zac (Burnaby, CA)
Cool new toy

This is a very neat idea... I love experimenting with new drippers, and this one conveniently takes Kalita filters, so I thought it was worth a try. Sometimes you want to have control over the pour, but sometimes you want consistency, and that's what this brewer offers. I have not used it many times yet, but the cups seems to be fairly sweet with good clarity. The brews run a lot longer than my regular pourovers, probably because of the slow dripper. I have fears about the water cooling a little bit, as it waits around in the chambers. There are a few small reasons why I gave it 4 stars: the overall experience feels a little finicky, since there are a lot of parts, all made of what feels like middle of the road plastic. Second, the dripper is very slow. If it is targeted at people who are new to pourover and want an aid, they might get frustrated waiting for the longer brew times. If it's for the seasoned pourover enthusiast, they might also feel that the drop is too long, for other reasons haha.

Just as a tidbit, you can also use the dripper part over top of v60 and other makers. It would also be worthwhile looking into the Tricolate if you want a Brewer+dripper assist. The dripper on it is faster, and you can still use it to assist with other devices, plus the Brewer itself is kind of unique and exciting. I make my own filters by cutting chemex paper into 80mm circle, hehe.

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
50%
(4)
38%
(3)
13%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
E
Elliot K. (Edmonton, CA)
Fun, Easy

Consistently mellow taste, very decent compared to the effort required

M
Morgan B. (Detroit, US)
Unique and Consistent

The Gabi has been what I had hoped for the Tricolate to be, which is something that produces super consistent clean cups only leaving grind size as a variable. As a bonus the top section fits on other small brewers and allows you to experience the differences in cup profile that the brewer makes without changing pouring structure. It also packs down into a hardcase which is great for travel since it doesn't require a gooseneck.

J
J. (Calgary, CA)
Best travel or at home brewing companion

This brewer really brews very very sweet and balanced filter coffee due to low agitation. It also packs up so nicely that you can bring everywhere with you. The best part? you do not need to pack a goose neck kettle with you while traveling! Just need hot water to pour into the reservoir and whoa la you can brew your own delicious coffee while traveling!

T
The Local Chemist (Seattle, US)
Fantastic coffee dripper

Love it! Everything about it.

Z
Zac (Burnaby, CA)
Cool new toy

This is a very neat idea... I love experimenting with new drippers, and this one conveniently takes Kalita filters, so I thought it was worth a try. Sometimes you want to have control over the pour, but sometimes you want consistency, and that's what this brewer offers. I have not used it many times yet, but the cups seems to be fairly sweet with good clarity. The brews run a lot longer than my regular pourovers, probably because of the slow dripper. I have fears about the water cooling a little bit, as it waits around in the chambers. There are a few small reasons why I gave it 4 stars: the overall experience feels a little finicky, since there are a lot of parts, all made of what feels like middle of the road plastic. Second, the dripper is very slow. If it is targeted at people who are new to pourover and want an aid, they might get frustrated waiting for the longer brew times. If it's for the seasoned pourover enthusiast, they might also feel that the drop is too long, for other reasons haha.

Just as a tidbit, you can also use the dripper part over top of v60 and other makers. It would also be worthwhile looking into the Tricolate if you want a Brewer+dripper assist. The dripper on it is faster, and you can still use it to assist with other devices, plus the Brewer itself is kind of unique and exciting. I make my own filters by cutting chemex paper into 80mm circle, hehe.