A wedge shaped cone dripper with two holes in the bottom. It has vortex ridges (ribbed walls) to allow coffee extraction into a cup or carafe through holes placed at the dripper’s flat bottom. There are ceramic and plastic versions.
As the water passes through the coffee, extracting the flavours and oils from the coffee, it drips into the cup or carafe below, creating a brewed coffee. The Beehouse dripper is known for its ease of use and simple design.
The user can control the flow of water and the extraction time, which allows for a high degree of control over the final brew. It is easy to clean and maintain, and it is an affordable option for those who want to brew high-quality coffee at home or in small coffee shops.
The Beehouse dripper is often used by coffee enthusiasts and home baristas, it is also used by specialty coffee shops. The Beehouse is considered a classic design and is widely available in different sizes and colors, and works with most drink-ware.
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