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  • Electric Pour Over KETTLE by Bonavita

    This kettle eliminates the need to transfer boiling water from one source to another. Flick the "on" lever under the handle, waiting a few minutes (or less) for the boil and you can pour away. The kettle can rotate 360° on the base. The cap snaps into place nicely and the "trigger" on the handle promotes good hand positioning.

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  • Multi-Purpose Brew Pitcher - 33oz

    This all-purpose pitcher's commercial name is something like "33oz Standard Frothing Pitcher." We think it serves more purposes than frothing 33oz of milk. Who froths that much milk anyway? It serves many purposes and has found a valuable place in our home brewing and roasting arsenals. Tom has included it in his travel kit as well.

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  • Hario Buono Kettle

    A kettle like a Hario Buono with a thin spout is a very important tool to use when doing pour over brewing. It's built pretty tough. You can transfer hot water into it or boil water right inside. The Buono is one of those standard tools you see in most cafes that do pour over.

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  • Sweet Maria's Cupping Tray - set of 3

    Sometimes we think it's just a plastic tray and that a plastic tray shouldn't cost this much but then we are reminded of the subtle attributes that this simple tool has. If you are roasting a lot or cupping, this flexible plastic tray will make your roasting experience more enjoyable. There's a reason why these are standard in cupping labs. The main function is it's ability to fold down the center without it cracking. This makes it easy to funnel roasted or green coffee into bags or into your roast chamber. Anyone who has ever tried to pour roasted coffee from a Behmor drum into a coffee bag will understand. If you are setting up cupping sessions, these trays are a great way to display coffee.

    We aren't saying that these are a mandatory home roasting item. Actually, we think cheap-o deli tubs work good too but these trays are built to last, look great and are a great all-purpose coffee tool.

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  • Bonavita Temperature Control Gooseneck Kettle

    This 1 liter kettle has a brushed, stainless steel finish gives you complete temperature control. The thin spout is pretty much mandatory for a good pour over technique. It's LED display is bright, easy to read and very accurate. You can use one of the six preset temperatures or set your own. Tea drinkers will like this kettle because of it's ability to set it at tea temperatures which are lower than coffee temperatures.

    The bottom of the kettle stays cool and the shape of the handle will give you good pour control.

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  • 1.7L Variable Kettle by Bonavita

     If you are making a lot of coffee, hosting cupping sessions, make tea or just need a lot of hot water, this larger sized 1.7L electric kettle is a great choice. It has a brushed, stainless steel finish and allows you to set the kettle on the base from any angle. You can use one of the six preset temperatures or set your own.

    It boils 1.7L of water in about 5 minutes. As the water in the kettle gets close to the desired temperature, the heat is reduced so your water gets to the right degree without overshooting the mark.

    The trigger pops the hinged top open. This allows for easy filling without having to remove a lid.


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  • Hario Drip Station Pour Over Stand

    When used with Hario's drip scale and ceramic V60 dripper, you can quickly weigh both your coffee and water doses. It also works great by itself. It works with almost any dripper that has an open hole at the bottom. It works with an Aeropress too.

    Scale, cup and dripper not included.

     

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  • Bonavita .5 Liter Travel Kettle

    So you are on the road...you have roasted coffee, a hand grinder, a filtercone, some filters but no hot water. Hotel room coffee makers and single cup coil heaters won't get water hot enough. Gas station/convenience store hot water probably comes from a scale-filled pipe. Unless you have access to a stove and a pot, you might have to settle for commercial coffee. BonaVita felt the traveller's pain and developed a water boiler that's compact, works fast, is built tough.

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  • Sweet Maria's Cupping Tray

    If you are roasting a lot or cupping, this flexible plastic tray will make your roasting experience more enjoyable. There's a reason why these are standard in cupping labs. The main function is it's ability to fold down the center without it cracking. This makes it easy to funnel roasted or green coffee into bags or into your roast chamber. Anyone who has ever tried to pour roasted coffee from a Behmor drum into a coffee bag will understand. If you are setting up cupping sessions, these trays are a great way to display coffee.

    We aren't saying that these are a mandatory home roasting item. Actually, we think cheap-o deli tubs work good too but these trays are built to last, look great and are a great all-purpose coffee tool.

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  • SALE - Zassenhaus Beech Knee Mill - NEW, AS-IS

    This grinder is new, but the heads of the screws that hold the top plate in place are stripped. This doesn't affect the grinding at all but it might make it hard to take it apart if you need to for some reason.

    The Zassenhaus knee mill is a hand-powered grinder featuring the same grinding mechanism as the Box mill with an obvious improvement: the narrower profile and indentations in the side allow you to hold the grinder between your knees while sitting. This is handy when you grinding at a fine setting, when there is more resistance.

    This model is narrower than the Box Mill but has more depth; the drawer holds enough coffee for a 6 cup pot. The beans enter the mill through a spring-loaded rectangular door on the top of the mill.

    A bonus on this mill is that the upper bean hopper is lined with a white porcelain or porcelain-like material. Like the other Zassenhaus mills, the fineness of the grind is set by turning a knurled nut on the handle shaft. It creates wonderfully consistent grinds for all methods of brewing.

    Mahogany features gold-toned hardware. Beech finish has chrome hardware. 3.5" w x 5.5"l x 8"h See our FAQ on Zassenhaus mills for more information.

     

     
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