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TRICOLATE Brewer

SKU: TR-BR-AM
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TRICOLATE Brewer

SKU: TR-BR-AM
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  • Description
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  • ELIMINATE BED BYPASS WHEN BREWING, EVEN WHEN YOU BYPASSED BED THE NIGHT BEFORE!

    With its cylindrical shape, precisely engineered and height-calibrated dispersion shower, large, flat brew bed, and durable construction, the Tricolate makes pour-over coffee brewing more consistent for the enthusiast and more accessible for the rest of us.

    Watch the videos in the playlist below to learn more about The Tricolate Brewer and don't forget to check out our YouTube channel for more videos about coffee and coffee products!

    • Made in Australia from durable, shatter-proof Tritan® plastic
    • Wide 80mm, flat brew bed
    • Top-rack dishwasher safe
    • 100 laboratory-grade filters included
    • Carry case can double as a carafe
    • Perfect brewing solution for camping and travel
  • Traditional recipe using medium-coarse grind (60g to 1 Litre)
    One cup (approx. 220ml):

    • Use 15g of coffee to 250ml of boiling water.
    • Pour 35g of water, pick up and swirl the brewer.
    • Allow to bloom for 35 seconds, then pour the remaining water and swirl again.
    • Your total brew should be between 03:00-04:00 minutes.

    Two cups (approx. 440ml):

    • Use 30g of coffee to 500ml of boiling water.
    • Pour 65g of water, pick up and swirl the brewer.
    • Allow to bloom for 35 seconds, then pour the remaining water and swirl again.
    • Your total brew should be between 03:00-04:00 minutes.

    Finer grind, super high extraction (45.5g to 1 Litre)
    One cup (approx. 200ml):

    • Use 10g of coffee to 220ml of boiling water.
    • Pour 25g of water, pick up and swirl the brewer.
    • Allow to bloom for 35 seconds, then pour the remaining water, at 1:30 minutes into the brew swirl again.
    • Your total brew should be between 05:30-06:30 minutes.

    One mug (approx. 300ml):

    • Use 15g of coffee to 330ml of boiling water.
    • Pour 35g of water, pick up and swirl the brewer.
    • Allow to bloom for 35 seconds, then pour the remaining water, at 2 minutes into the brew swirl again.
    • Your total brew should be between 05:30-06:30 minutes.

    Two cups (approx. 400ml):

    • Use 20g of coffee to 440ml of boiling water.
    • Pour 45g of water, pick up and swirl the brewer.
    • Allow to bloom for 35 seconds, then pour the remaining water, at 2:30 minutes into the brew swirl again.
    • Your total brew should be between 05:30-06:30 minutes.

tricolate pourover brewer

Reviews

Customer Reviews

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James L. (St. Marys, CA)
Very happy

Really nice alternate to my aeropress. I love the flavours it brings out.

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Avi (Pune, IN)
High extraction brews

You can definitely achieve very high extraction with this. The only issue is that it's very difficult to get a full sparkling flavor which you can get from a V60. But overall its a good purchase and I occasionally use it with some nice light nordic roasts.

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Zac (Burnaby, CA)
Lots of fun

I'll start by saying that I wouldn't necessarily recommend this as your ONLY coffee dripper, especially if you are just getting into coffee. However, those people (you know who you are) that collect coffee equipment and enjoy experimenting with cool brew methods need this in their kit! Especially when it comes to playing around with high extractions... Anyways, if you're a coffee geek, just buy one. I got one for me and one for my boss for Christmas, and we both love them. A LITTLE TRICK: buy an 80mm clicker die on Etsy and try cutting out different filters to save $$ in the long run! I enjoy the results of chemex filters...

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Oliver R. (Vancouver, CA)
Zero bypass zero issues

I’m really enjoying the zero bypass method and smaller doses. Great addition to then arsenal.
I believe the version I received is the V2 where the filter plate can be a bit hard to fit and remove. The latest V3 looks to be easier for removal.
Mine is the amber. Matches well with the heart and kinto amber glassware, though it is a little dark when trying to assess the bed flatness before things settle.

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Shi C. (Kingston, CA)
An Interesting Dripper

A well-made brewer that does not require a gooseneck kettle to begin with. The black tub container is of high quality albeit tricky to open. I got this to see if it can brew lightly-roasted, high elevation, washed Ethiopian coffees without stalling. With WWDT, it seems to preform well with a C40 but not with a ditting 807 LS. The shower head is a clever design but unfortunately it does not fully mitigate the pouring pattern as the Gabi/Melo tools. Overall, a great addition to your brewer collection if you are into high EY brews.