Manual coffee makers have become all the rage in recent years. Move over impersonal and complicated coffee machines and hello old-fashioned java brewers. The one that we are featuring today is called Manual Coffeemaker or MCM for short, and it has been designed by Chicago-based designer Craighton Berman for Ippinka.
Manual Coffeemaker is the epitome of simplicity and minimalism. It is made from thick double-walled borosilicate glass, which is quite resilient to high temperatures, while its base is made from bamboo. The best thing about the MCM is that it gives you the control of how you make your coffee. The brewing process itself couldn’t be simpler, but it is you who play the decisive role in the final taste of your coffee.
MCM is a slow-dripping low-tech appliance. You gradually pour hot water through fresh ground coffee in a filter, and brewed coffee slowly drips into the carafe, or even directly into your mug. It is really as simple as that. So, if you want coffee that is richer in taste and aroma, and you aren’t afraid to use your hands to get a cup of coffee that suits your taste perfectly, MCM is just the thing you are looking for. watch video below
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