Minimising the contact between the brewer and a paper filter, maximising the flow rate. And also because of the other reasons below, the extraction yield gets high and the coffee is brewed strong enough.
A big hole of 40mm
The hole bigger than any other traditional brewers never disturbs the flow.
Air vent between the brewer and server
Three legs make an air vent between the brewer and server which lets air go out and accelerates the flow.
Pseudo Double Wall Structure
Six bottom protrusions
The protrusions deform the bottom of the paper filter. The deformation urges water to move inside SIMPLIFY the Brewer, which helps to extract more and more.
Perfect material for brewers.
The thermal conductivity of plastics are lower than a quarter of glasses’ or ceramics’, and it helps brewing to be more stable (for more information about this, see here). Among many kinds of plastics, we have chosen TROGAMID® CX by Evonik Industries AG, a BPA-free transparent nylon, which is perfect for brewers.
TROGAMID® CX is approved for food contact by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). It is also compatible to Japanese Food Sanitation Act.
TROGAMID® CX features excellent durability and resistance to any shock , you can use it for a long time.
The gravity of TROGAMID® CX is 1.02, and its weight is less than a half of glasses’ or ceramics’. SIMPLIFY the Brewer itself weighs only about 50g.
Even the little things are for a mighty tasty coffee.
Paper filters you can get anywhere.
We recommend Kalita Wave Filter 185. The standard filter simplifys your filter-purchasing.
Made in Japan
SIMPLIFY the Brewer is manufactured in a well-managed factory in Japan.
- Set a paper filter in SIMPLIFY the Brewer, and rinse the filter (or not if you are lazy).
- Pour water at the centre of 15g fine ground coffee (No circular motion!).
- When you pour 230g of water for 30 seconds, stop it.
- Wait for 60 to 90 seconds until all the water drops from the brewer.
- Serve and enjoy!