Premium Stand Drip Pour Over Coffee Maker, Traditional Wooden Chorreador Handmade in Costa Rica, 1 Reusable Cloth Filter (Colador,Bolsita) Included
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The traditional way to brew coffee in Costa Rica is by using a "Chorreador".The name comes from the Spanish verb "chorrear" which means "to drip" it consists of a wooden stand with a hole at the top that holds a cloth bag (bolsita) used as a reusable filter, It's perfectly normal for the cloth filter to turn brown, but this will not affect or change the taste of the coffee actually "La Bolsita" is "cured" with prolonged use, which makes the coffee taste better every day! A filter can be used for as long as 3 months, just rinse it in warm water after each use without any kind of soap.
- BEAUTIFUL AND EASY TO USE: A product so simple, beautiful, and easy to use had to last for generations, just boil water, place ground coffee inside the reusable filter, mount the filter on the wooden stand, place a mug or pitcher under the filter, pour hot water into the reusable filter and voila the dripping coffee will fall into your mug or pitcher.
- THE PERFECT GIFT: Costa Rica is well known for its coffee but not many people know the traditional way of brewing it, share the great experience of brewing a coffee the Tico way with your family and friends. Surprise them with a unique gift!!
- TAKE IT WITH YOU ANYWHERE: Adds beauty to any kitchen and is also great to pack up and take it with you anywhere, camping trips, the beach, and picnics in the park, it doesn't need electricity and it's easy to assemble, enjoy a great coffee the Costa Rican way wherever you are.
- ECOFRIENDLY: This brewing method reduces waste, its cloth filter can be used many times, it doesn't need electricity, and all its pieces are biodegradable.
- HANDMADE IN COSTA RICA: All of our products are unique designs handcrafted in Costa Rica by a local artisan this way we help others. We invest part of our profits in planting endangered tree species.