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Bee House Ceramic Coffee Dripper - Large - Drip Cone Brewer

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  • Size: 11.7 x 15.2 x 10.3 cm
  • Weight: 370g
  • Material Material: ceramics
  • Country of origin: Japan
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This larger size ceramic coffee dripper fits on top of any mug and is used for coffee or loose leaf tea brewing. Just place a cone filter insert inside (not included) and pour water over contents to brew. Liquid will drip brew into the mug. 2-4 cup brewing capacity while brewing through filter.


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The BeeHouse Coffee Dripper has been in my possession for the last seven days. After perusing multiple websites and reviews I settled on the BeeHouse over Hario Dripper. The consensus is that the BeeHouse Dripper can deliver a great cup of coffee without the hassle of having a perfect pour using a kettle specific for pouring water. I love my coffee gadgets as much as anyone else but I had to think a few times as to whether a dedicated kettle for pouring water made any sense. In the end I settled for the BeeHouse Dripper which I have seen used by Blue Bottle Coffee. If they can get a great tasting cup of coffee, I certainly can make it happen at home. (It's also interesting to note that while they use what looks like a BeeHouse dripper they sell a Bonmac dripper to customers.)

My method is like many you might have found on the web. Here's my morning process:

1. Place the dripper on top of a cup. The mouth of the cup needs to be less than 3.5 inches in diameter. Standard mugs might not pair well with this and you might need to use a more svelte cup.
2. Boil the water and then wet the filter paper that's already placed into the dripper. Not sure it matters but I use Trader Joe's #4 filter paper. Dump out the flushed water.
3. Grind the beans using my Capresso Infinity burr grinder on medium fine settings.
4. Pre-wet the grinds with water from a Japanese porcelain tea kettle and wait 30 seconds. The pour is probably not as controlled as the Hario kettle but it does provide a smoother pour that a wide mouth tea kettle that spews water.
5. Pour in the rest of the water by starting the pour from the center of the dripper and in a circular motion going out but not touching the sides.
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Nice, simple design. The handle is not quite a easy to hold as a typical "mug" style version. Also, this is labeled Large, but takes #2 filters which are the smaller size. I thought large = #4 size.
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I had been using the plastic Melitta drip cone brewer and really liked it. I read in some message board that ceramic is really the way to go and they all recommended this product. Luckily, I read the reviews that say the large size fits the #2 filter (which is small), so that's what I got. My only quibble is the base is too small. I don't use a huge mug, but the base barely fits. I have to balance it precariously to make me coffee. Any false move will send it crashing to the counter.

That being said, this dripper makes a fantastic cup of pour-over coffee.

UPDATE: On the fourth day I had this dripper, I was washing it in the sink and it broke into two pieces, right in my hand. The base is very thin and fragile.
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I'm fairly serious about coffee. By fairly I mean over the top bordering on psychotic. I'm particular about the way I brew it from the beans to the grinder to the water all the way up to the method. The Bee House Dripper is one of my favorites. It's my go to brewing method in the mornings. It's easy and doesn't require thought BEFORE I've had my coffee. I love how the ceramic keeps my coffee piping hot while it's brewing so I don't get a mug that's even kinda cooled off. I grind about 23 grams of coffee depending on the coffee and the size of the mug - using a medium course grind. I use the bamboo filters from Melitta and rinse them in boiling water. Using the pulse method it takes about 3:30 - 3:45 to make a cup of coffee. Then the filter and grounds can go in the compost.

Plus it comes in yellow. I like yellow.
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Let me start by addressing the numerous negative comments about "weak coffee." If you get weak coffee from a pour-over dripper, the problem is not the dripper, it's the "drippie." Yes, in other words, user error. The pour-over process requires patience, and there is an art to it. You cannot just dump all of the water in at once and expect good coffee. Variations of the recommended methods are all over the Internet, and even passed along in many coffee-related product reviews here on Amazon -- so I won't spend a lot of words describing mine. In general, I wet the grounds slightly, then gradually drip the hot water into the filter. (If you doubt my method, just observe the way electric coffee makers work. They don't suck all of the water in at once!) Of course, it's also important to make sure the filter contains enough coffee -- my local coffee shop/roaster recommends 2 tbs of medium grind coffee per cup, and that has worked well for me.

Okay, on to the product review: The Bee House Ceramic Coffee Dripper is a practical, elegant solution for making an individual cup of coffee to go. My #1 requirement for coffee making equipment is NO PLASTIC. There is enough research out there to suggest that boiling hot water causes harmful chemicals to leach out of plastic materials. Unfortunately, even many of the high-end "stainless steel" coffee makers use plastic for the plumbing and other internal pieces/parts. The "plastic-less" construction, and utter simplicity of ceramic drippers appeals to me.

I use Melitta #2 filters with my Bee House dripper, and the coffee definitely on par with that made with my Chemex pour-over system. The curved handle is a great feature. It allows you to easily set the dripper on your cup, and remove it when you're done.
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