Rivers designed Cave filter cups based on the concept of “can use for a hundred years”, firing at a higher temperature than normal porcelain and making it longer.The glaze is kneaded with the porcelain clay so there is no need to worry about fading.The flat inside of the filter bowl is very clean after use; the outer layer of the filter cup is matt matte, creating a delicate touch like leather.
Solid wood base allows the filter cup to be used with most of the lower pots and cups
Slightly narrower than conventional conical filter cups, with the same weight coffee beans can be stacked higher powder layer
The filter paper is easy to obtain, generally available on the market is Cone 2 and one to four people are suitable for brewing.
The solid wood styles of the black and white filter cup sets are fixed and cannot be changed
The Cave filter cups are porcelain, and the Pond base is natural wood (Acacia for dark brown, rubber for light)
Place of Origin: Cave Filter Cup Made in Japan, Pond Base Made in Thailand