A stainless steel coffee dripper, with no filter papers required.

Javapresse coffee dripper and hand coffee grinder.The Javapresse Coffee Dripper, with the Javapresse hand coffee grinder on he left.

This is the second product I have reviewed from Javapresse Coffee.

The first was a stainless steel hand coffee grinder.

This time I’m looking at their coffee dripper, or filter cone – also made from stainless steel.


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In fact, both products go together perfectly. Use the grinder to grind fresh coffee beans at a medium to medium-coarse setting. And then use the dripper to make your coffee.

Javapresse seems to be taking a minimalist approach in their product design. Both their products are simple, light and strong.

The dripper makes life very simple simply because it is also the coffee filter. No filter papers required.

Simply grind your coffee, put it into the dripper and pour hot water at 200 degrees. Four minutes later you’ll have the perfect cup of coffee.

I mentioned in my review of the grinder that it had become my grinder of choice for traveling. It’s small, slim and easy to slip into my luggage.

I’ll now be packing the Javapresse dripper as well. It’s both lighter and stronger than either a ceramic or plastic dripper. And I won’t have to pack any filter papers either.

A lot of coffee equipment manufacturers tempt us with overly complicated brewing systems. Javapresse is taking us in the opposite direction – aiming for simplicity, and encouraging us to enjoy the simple pleasures of making coffee hands-on.

This is my new favorite coffee dripper, and it will be accompanying me on all my future travels.

You can buy the Javapresse Coffee Dripper at Amazon.com.


NOTE: This product was sent to us free in return for a review. (That said, we always reserve the right NOT to review a free product if we don't like it, or feel you wouldn't like it.)


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