Origami's dripper was made with Minoyaki boasting 400 years of history. Porcelain has high thermal conductivity, it is the most suitable material for steaming. Also, the beautiful "conical structure", allows coffee powder to be soaked into hot water longer and absorbs moisture firmly. You can withdraw the essential charm of beans thoroughly. 20 ribs secure the air way between the dripper and the paper to stabilizes the flowing down speed and supports extracting with optimum steaming time.
I personally own a lot of coffee gear (I mean a ridiculous amount) from various brew methods to scales and other odds and ends. I’ve owned my Origami since October of 2020 and I love the flexibility of using different filters and how fast it is compared to other methods. It looks wonderful on my bar and has a really great aesthetic. Prior to the Origami my go to method was Chemex for its super clean, clarifying cup it produces. With the Origami I can use Chemex filters, v60 style or Kalita filters. I love the flexibility and the ability to experiment with it. I love it so much I bought two Origami’s two make two at once for friends and family when they come over. It’s top of my list for making coffee.
You will abandon all your previous drippers once you try this. I was lucky to get the matte green. It looks amazing, which makes every brewing session special. Definitely recommended!
One of the most beautiful drippers I've seen. Both practical and great on display. I use the Hario 02 paper filters and they work fine.