To achieve an even higher goal- compact dripping pot designed by the WBC winner
In collaboration with HARIO, the first Asian world champion of the WORLD BREWERS CUP in 2016, Kasuya-san has doven deep into Japanese coffee culture and its long-loved tradition of Kissaten (Japanese tea/coffee shops). If you walk into Japanese classic kissatens you would often see a "master (barista)" slowly brewing coffee using a cloth filter. This collaboration focused on this cloth filter brewing and designed an ideal dripper and kettle.
Inspired also by the Kyusu teapot, the handle is positioned at 120 degree sideways from the spout- the handle is set in a carefully calculated angle so that it naturally stays horizontally aligned with the working surface, to minimize the burdens on the wrist and assist a smooth and seamless pouring.