CeraDrip Ceramic Filter - CeraDrip
CeraDrip Ceramic Filter - CeraDrip
CeraDrip Ceramic Filter - CeraDrip

CeraDrip Ceramic Filter

5 reviews
Regular price ₱3,500.00
Unit price  per 

A re-usable porous ceramic filter that lasts a lifetime
Perfect for pour-over coffee, tea, or decanting wine

Easy to wash and portable.

Compatible with: Hario V60, Kalita Wave, Chemex

Package Contents:

1x ceradrip filter

1x ceradrip acrylic filter holder

 

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5.0 Based on 5 Reviews
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Filter Reviews:
KC
05/23/2020
K. Choi
Singapore Singapore
Great way to make great drinks

Love it. I used it for one year already. Filter boiled water to make tea. Tea tastes better. Feeling great and healthy.

GD
12/31/2019
Gem D.
Philippines Philippines
New Taste

My coffee tasted deliciously in a different way. I don't know how to describe the tastes of coffee but using the CeraDrip, my coffee tasted differently. Of course this will not replace the other coffee brewer I have. The brewing thru pour over namely Hario, Kalita, Chemex, or even stainless filter; thru French press, espresso, cold brew, these methods creates different tastes. Brewing thru different methods each day or whatever your mood is, you get different taste everytime. The CeraDrip is definitely a good choice to add to the mix.

HA
10/11/2019
Hendriyana A.
Indonesia Indonesia
easy and re -usable

can be used repeatedly

KC
09/09/2019
Kendall C.
United States United States
Love it!

Best drip system I have used! Are you looking for distributors in the US? If so, I’m interested. Kcarew@citadelvh.com

09/10/2019
Konoseur

Hey Kendall Thank you so much for this, We are actually looking for distributors :)

A Konoseur Customer
JT
09/08/2019
Joseph T.
United States United States
Wonderful for pour-overs!

This produces a much more balanced body then say paper or filter methods. My only issue with this device is that is not larger because it is hard to produce the average American size cup of coffee in the proper time frame without running out of space in the filter. This can probably be adjusted for my increasing the grind size but would not allow much room for using a finer grind.

09/09/2019
Konoseur

Thank you Joseph :)