https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1975/3309/products/90e50c0480c2c4a16a4676ba407e36b4_1024x1024.JPG?v=1552294124 Originally from Japan, the ceramic dripper is unique owing to its design. Designed by a barista in collusion with ceramic experts, who even bagged the winning prize at a competition, it is one of the premium attractions of TAMAGO. 👉What makes this component of the pour over coffee kit special is ．Its circumference of 150 mm and a height of 70 mm; ．Bottom hole having a circumference of 25 mm; ．Carved out of porcelain/wood; ．Can withstand up to 120 degrees Centigrade of temperature; Weighs 160 grams https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1975/3309/files/1000x1000_1024x1024.jpg?v=1552966327 Because the spacing between the ribs is large enough to allow for the user to be able to control the flow rate, it is simple enough for both amateur as also experienced connoisseurs. https://diz36nn4q02zr.cloudfront.net/webapi/images/r/SalePageDesc/4954668/image0.jpg?ts=110457 New Holder! 👉Reliable Packaging https://diz36nn4q02zr.cloudfront.net/webapi/images/r/SalePageDesc/5144008/image7.jpg?ts=105444 TAMAGO Origin Birth of this concept cannot be pinpointed to any standalone incident; rather it can be attributed to years of observation and frantic lifestyle on part of the founders. TAMAGO was created as an attempt to revive the ancient concept of brewing just the right amount of coffee at any given point in time. Presently, pour over coffee is experienced at third-generation coffee houses. However, a peek in the past reveals that in ancient times, it was a popular art that was much revered. Brewing coffee was a matter of pride and persona, with each individual undertaking it as he would an important project. Needless to say, the outcome was as distinguished as a personal signature of the maker. At some point in history, this system was replaced by the concept of instant coffee, probably because people became busy and coffee was no longer a priority. Gone were the days when these were sipped at leisure, because nowadays even this happens while on the run. The emphasis also shifted to quantity over quality, thus explaining the universal presence of the communal coffee pot. In such a situation, re-introduction of pour over coffee proved undoubtedly innovative and totally disruptive to the ongoing trend. ▎Product Information ▎ TAMAGO Dripper Dimensions - Ø 115 x H 70 mm Bottom hole - Ø 25 Materials - porcelain / wood Net Weight - 160 g Heatproof Temperature - 120 °C Made in Japan The filter papers that we are recommend is : 1. Kalita wave coffee filter 155 : It's suit for 1-2 cup and TAMAGO dripper. 2. Hario V60 coffee filter for 1-2 cup.