Like to keep things nice and natural in the kitchen? Prefer to beat your eggs with a wooden spoon rather than a hi-tec machine? If so then this wooden coffee brewer by the Fishtnk Design Factory is perfect for you.
Made using either cherry, walnut or maple lumber wood the Canadiano is a personal coffee brewing device carved entirely from wood.
It's placed on top of a mug and ground coffee beans inside the box, hot water is then poured directly into the creation and with two to four minutes a fresh brew is ready.
The different types of wood can be used for different roast preferences as oils from the beans are absorbed by the wood adding to the final taste. Walnut works best for dark roasts while the maple and cherry versions are best for nutty and citrus roasts.
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