Manual Coffeemaker by Craighton Berman
by Ted Savage / May 21, 2013
Slow food, slow money, slow coffee: taking time to appreciate process is by design in the prototype MANUAL Coffeemaker by Craighton Berman, a single cup pour-over device that positions itself as a freestanding appliance rather than an accessory.


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The glass funnel is double-walled for heat retention, and drips more slowly than most pour-overs, allowing for longer water-bean contact (and contemplation).

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The wooden base fits over a kitchen scale, and develops a drip-driven patina over time. Funding on Kickstarter later this year.

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