Pour over coffee stand made with a piece of live edge olive wood. Includes the antique brass hardware with the glass dripper and olive wood base. The Melitta #2 pour-over will also sit perfectly on the perch if you prefer that style- sold separately.
The arm will move up, down and out to accommodate most any vessel to brew into. Not only is this artisan brewer useful but a great conversation piece.
Handmade in North Carolina, US
Product dimensions 13 x 5 x 11
*Item doesn't include mug or coffee but feel free to add to your cart before checkout
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Coffee Grind Chart | What grind style to choose when brewing your coffee?
Different forms of brewing coffee require different levels of grinding your beans. When ordering online, we can offer you whole bean or grind them for you.
Coffee Grind Chart:
Coarse - French Press, percolators, vacuum coffee pots and aero press coffee makers, we recommend a coarse grind level. (immersion brew method)
Drip - For use with drip coffee makers, grind level is medium. (pour over brew method)
Espresso - When making espresso or using a moka pot, finer grind level is recommended. (pressure with short water contact time)
Why? Different grind levels leach coffee into the water at different rates. Therefore, brew time and concentration (part-per-million) of coffee to water can vary.
100% Naturally Grown | What is Naturally Grown Coffee?
Black Powder Coffee offers a variety of naturally grown coffee that is sourced direct trade and fairly traded from single origin farms throughout the world. These coffees are organically farmed and agency organic certified. Since the processes at Black Powder are USDA certified, we list these as naturally grown.
Shop our selection of Naturally Grown Coffee
An organic certified farm grows the coffee and processes it per documented procedures certified by entities like Ecocert, USDA, etc. This results in farm certified organic green (raw) coffee beans delivered to the roaster.
At Black Powder Roasting Company, we prevent co-mingling of standard coffee and organically grown coffee (both as green and after roasting). These include only roasting organic grown first each day in the roaster before standard grown, separate green bean storage area (non-grain pro), dedicated NSF storage containers (bins, buckets, scoops), and a dedicated organic grown only grinder. Coffee that is 100% Naturally Grown.