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The Bee House Dripper is more expensive than a standard ceramic filtercone, but if it is something you are going to use (and look at) every day, we feel there is some value in this great design. It features a patented integrated handle as well as a view hole so you can see the volume of coffee you have brewed (in case you are brewing into an opaque pot or cup. The two drip holes means the coffee is extracted neither too fast nor slow.Bee House Japan is a venerable maker of porcelain tea and kitchen wares, and they happen to make the most attractive coffee drip filter cone in existence.
The small size takes a #1 or #2 size cone filter, and the large size takes a #2 or #4 filter (though the #4 filter will extend above the rim of the cone about an inch).
I suggest pre-warming with hot water to prevent heat loss, and rinsing your paper filter to reduce paper taste. Once heated, it retains heat well, and will help create a better brew. You might be interested in this YouTube video Tom made showing proper technique when using a ceramic filtercone.
Both size drippers will fit the top of any mug that is between 3 inches to 3.5 inches in diameter. The base/bottom on Large and Small is 4in. long by 3in. wide. Small beehouse details: 1-2 cups. The inside of the small dripper is 2-1/4in. deep x 3in. wide x 3-1/2in. long at the top and tapers down towards the base at a 45 degree angle. It holds 1/2 cup of liquid. **Certified Lead-Free and Cadmium-Free
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