The Clever Coffee Dripper is so easy to brew coffee with. Here at G!RO we're excited to bring you an all new #BrewAtHome method for lockdown 3.0, a super easy way to produce delicious coffee from the comfort of your own home and, our roasting partner Workshop Coffee's, filter brewer of choice!
Check out our very own brewing guide here, where we follow Workshop's signature recipe:
It works in a similar way to your French Press or Cafetiere. You add your freshly ground coffee, around 20g, to the Clever coffee dripper with filter paper, then add your hot water. Then you just let is sit for 2 minutes 30 seconds then sit the Clever coffee dripper onto your cup. This action opens the valve at the bottom to allow the filtered coffee to fall through to your cup. Theres no pressing or controlled pouring. Just coffee, water, wait pour. Easy and delicious!
We've even bundled it up with the right size filter papers you need to get going right out the box!! The Clever Dripper will make about 350ml, a large mug full.
The new Clever Dripper is made from Eastman Tritan BPA free Plastic. This plastic is the best food grade heat resistant plastic available.
Some design upgrades have also been added:
Handle: More ergonomic handle for balanced lifting and holding.
Lid Design: Fits better and has an improved handle.
Base Design: Allows the valve and base to be removed and cleaned.
The Clever Coffee Dripper has advanced the concept even further creating an easy way to brew without bitterness acidity or loose grounds. The difference is it's new shut-off valve system. Instead of pushing the grounds to the bottom of the brew carafe the grounds settle naturally.
Features and benefits:
1. No need to worry about brewing temperature dropping quickly as it drips into the cup.
2. Water can be poured over the grounds all at one time. No need to pour the slowly to pre-moisten the coffee.
3. The Clever Coffee Dripper features a shut-off valve design which holds the coffee until the entire brewing process is complete and the brewer is placed on the cup opening the valve.