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ORIGAMI is a Japanese manufacturer that designs equipment to support the pursuit of the ultimate cup of coffee.

What we really like about our new Origami Dripper is the fact that you can use different shapes of filter paper:

  • Cone-shaped Origami or V60 paper (01) to enhance more acidity or
  • Kalita Wave paper (155) for more sweetness & body

The drippers are made with Mino Ware which has 400 years of history. Pottery has great heat conductivity. To achieve the ideal blooming & dripping time, the design team worked with many baristas to come up with the perfect shape and the 20-ribs depth to create the right air channels. The result is a clog-free brew that gives you smooth control over your extraction and brew time.

Holder Ring
We recommend buying your Origami with the Acacia wood holder or plastic holder that places the dripper in a good position over your server or mug. Our holder has a hole dimension of 5.5cm and it works for Origami sizes S and M. 

Ori = Folding + G(k)ami = Paper
Origami is the Japanese Art of paper folding. Origami Drippers are inspired by the delicate, colourful and creative craft that has been an integral part of the Japanese culture for centuries.

  • Material: Ceramic (Mino-yaki)
  • Size: S (makes 2 cups)
  • Dimensions: 11.5cm (d) 7cm (h)
  • Drip Hole: 2.5cm
  • Origin: Made in Japan 

Information of Mino Ware Ceramics
Your Origami Dripper may show small natural marks which comes with the material and manufacturing process. Air bubbles in the glaze sometimes created small marks. Natural iron content in the clay may leave tiny spots during the firing process. Tiny scratches may be visible from the pottery process. None of which has an impact on the brew quality and the uniqueness of this dripper from Japan makes it even more loveable. 

Brew Guides
Find our Brew Guides for both filter paper types here
We have also produced those recipes on youtube to follow step-by-step.

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