The V60 is a revolutionary device that popularized new age manual brewing and lit up the third wave movement with its ability to unlock an expansive spectrum of clean flavors from coffee. The iconic 60-degree angle of the cone (from which the name is derived) is designed to support extraction and increase control over the brewing process. This device is great for coffee lovers who like a clean brew with a glistening, silky texture.
The Chemex is a fascinating combination of art and science and was invented by Peter Schlumbohm in 1941 in Chicago. A permanent member of the exhibit at MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) in New York City, the original Chemex was constructed using non-porous, borosilicate glass and fastened with a wooden collar and tie. It yields clear, winey and juicy brews without imparting any flavors of its own.
Aeropress (Inverted Method)
The brainchild of American inventor Alan Adler known for his design of numerous Aerodynamic toys, the Aeropress is the most versatile manual brewing equipment available in the modern world. Designed by adopting the fundamental dynamics of the French Press, this device achieves the ideal amount of extraction in a short period of time. It produces complex and flavorful brews that have a rich and lingering mouthfeel.
A vintage coffee brewing device that has been around since the late-1920s, the French Press is popular worldwide for its heavy-bodied and consistent brews. A portable device with an extremely easy brewing technique, this is the simplest way to brew a delicious cup of coffee.