While coffee shops and Nespresso machines offer a quick caffeine fix, the most discerning coffee connoisseurs tend to gravitate toward slow-brewed pour over coffee makers where the aroma of the filter coffee has more time to develop. For anyone who really enjoys a proper cup of coffee, here is one of the best, and most stylish, ways to make it.
Created by Francis Cayouette for Danish design group Stelton, the Theo pour over coffee maker aims to satisfy the most refined tastes in every sense. Perfectly sized for serving one to two people, it makes deliciously rich, aromatic coffee, effortlessly. The stylish filter coffee maker is definitely one of our favourite pieces in the kitchen these days.
With an elegant, paired-down silhouette, it is at once timeless and stunningly beautiful. A perfect synthesis of aesthetics and functionality, the pour over coffee maker is a great piece of Scandinavian design.
With its aesthetically pleasing contrasts, the good-looking coffee pour-over carafe is crafted from matte black stoneware.
The filter funnel has only three holes at the bottom, so the run-through time is naturally extended in order to draw out the full richness of the bean for maximum flavour.
A bamboo lid keeps the contents hot, whilst the heat-insulating silicone neck provides a good grip and avoids burnt fingers.
This handsome Stelton pour over coffee maker brings a dose of style to the everyday through a pure, restrained approach. Here is a truly modern way to brew a classic cup.