This is an unpaid endorsement. I'm Jim and I approve this conical steep brewing apparatus.
Is it like half a coffee maker (minus the water heating and dripping component)? ‎· Eivind
@eivind here's a good pictorial guide: ( Basically it IS the dripping component. After you steep it in the cone, you place the whole thing on the cup and the coffee drips into the cup. ‎· Jim: Lose Cannon
Our Starbucks here at work started selling these recently and they flew off the shelves. We have a lot of pour-over fanatics here and it'll be interesting to see them battle it out with these newer steeping folks in the break room every afternoon. :) ‎· Hookuh Tinypants
oooh! Post pics! ‎· Jim: Lose Cannon
It's like the coffee equivalent to the IngenuiTEA: ‎· April
Actually, that is the tea equivalent of this :p ‎· Jim: Lose Cannon
I believe the IngenuiTEA came first, and has been on the market for more than 10 years. ‎· April
That's what BIg Tea wants you to think! #fightthepower ‎· Jim: Lose Cannon
You can make tea in that thing, too. ‎· April
I would not say such things if I were you! #inconceivable ‎· Jim: Lose Cannon
Why not? I make tea in my drip coffee maker more than I have ever made coffee in it. :P ‎· April
Btw, this is not a tea vs coffee thing. I do like both. ‎· April
I WOULD NOT SAY SUCH THINGS IF I WERE YOU! #idonotthinkitmeanswhatyouthinkitmeans ‎· Jim: Lose Cannon
I like tea AND coffee. :P ‎· April
And once, I mixed them together. ‎· April
Coftea :D ‎· April
Approved! ‎· t-ra
This is a thing that exists,KopiTeh (instant coffee+tea+milk): ‎· April
*dies* ‎· Jim: Lose Cannon
@jvjannotti I was thinking about the initial drip, just before first contact between hot water and coffee. My terminology was off, clearly. The hot water is not provided by the system :) ‎· Eivind
Ah. Sorry about that. Yes, that is correct. You provide the hot water, which if you are a hipster, you heat in a hearth over blazing pieces of 200 year old redwood (harvested with conservation in mind, of course). ‎· Jim: Lose Cannon