Stainless steel coffee filter

$ 19.79

The Rubytec Drip is the best on-the-road coffee filter. Water, medium grind fresh coffee, hot water and a mug is all you need. The spring-steel clips makes it easy to attach the filter to the cup.

The ultra-fine mesh is specially designed to resemble the slow drip pour-over style of a high-end Japanese or Dutch pour-over device. It produces quite a clean, bright cup and still let’s a tiny bit of oils through for a rounder taste compared to high grade paper filters.

Made of durable 18/8 Stainless steel 0,02 mm mesh, it’s flavourless, food safe, rust free and easy to clean by hand or in a dishwasher. Storage case included.

  • Long-life Reusable
  • Ultrafine Mesh
  • Clips to Cup
  • Dishwasher Safe
  • Folds Flat & Compact

Product Description

Coffee Brew Guide

This set is great for very high-quality specialty coffees as well as your standard cup-a-joe.
The ultrafine mesh of the Drip is specially designed to resemble the slow drip pour-over style of a high-end Japanese or Dutch pour over device. It produces quite a clean, bright cup and still let’s a tiny bit of oils through for a rounder taste compared to high grade paper filters. During testing with many international Baristas, we found these values as a brew guide for high end coffees. Just change variables according to taste and coffee type.

15-17 g of coffee to 230-250 cl of water Brew at 92-96 degrees Celsius
Aim for 2:15 – 3:00 minutes brew (medium grind)

  1. Grind your coffee: Coarser for lighter, fruitier (acidity) notes and shorter extraction/ brew time; finer grind for longer extraction and more body and bitters.
    (Grind setting Shop/Home grinder: Similar as for high-end Japanese/Dutch paper filters such as V60, Kono, etc.)
  2. Place the Drip filter on the mug, securing it on the rim with the clips. Pre-rinsing the Drip is not necessary (the stainless steel is flavourless).
    Put 15-17g of grinded coffee in the Drip filter, pour 50g of water (92-96 Celsius), let bloom for 30 seconds.
  3. Then slowly top up to 230-250 cl of water, pouring in a circular pattern. Let drain. You can pour in intervals and stir/turn or dance the boogie-woogie in between. If you believe it makes the brew better, we encourage all kinds of silliness.
  4. Take off the Drip, which is easy to clean by hand or in a dishwasher and enjoy the brew. Be careful when drinking immediately. The Bigshot is vacuum insulated, and the contents can still be quite hot. Screw on the cap for take-away.

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