Bee House Ceramic Coffee Dripper
The Bee House Dripper has become a favorite of many in the coffee world over the last decade. Its ceramic construction is attractive, approachable, and practical for nearly any application. Created for by-the-cup brewing, the Bee House brewer provides a fresher alternative to automated coffee makers.
The Large BeeHouse dripper takes a #2 or #4 cone filter, while its smaller counterpart is compatible only with the #2. Either of these can be selected after adding the dripper to your cart. For more filters, visit our Melitta Coffee Filters listing
Brew Method: Pour Over
The Bee House Dripper employs a wedge design with two bottom drain holes. The dripper also features slightly raised edges along each side of the wedge. In order to help avoid overflowing the cup or decanter being brewed into, Bee House has provided two openings on either side of the base to allow the person brewing to see the brewed coffee level.
Technique & Brewing Parameters
We recommend pouring just enough water to wet the coffee grounds and letting it sit for 30-45 seconds or until the coffee bloom deflates. At this point begin pouring slowly in concentric circles until the water volume is near the top, slow the pour rate and keep the dripper full until the desired water volume has been poured. For beginning brewing parameters we recommend 36-42 grams of coffee (medium grind), 600-700 mL of water, 200-205° F water , and a 3:00-3:30 total brew time.
The design of the Bee House dripper is quite forgiving and allows for a tasty, properly-extracted cup without an exceedingly refined pouring technique. This has led many high-volume shop owners to choose the Bee House dripper. Most conveniently, its filters are commonly carried at neighborhood grocery stores.
|Model:||BKK-15L WH, BKK-15S WH|
|Brew Method:||Pour over|
|Filter Type:||#2 or #4 (large), #2 (small)|
|Dimensions:||4" x 3" at base, 3.5" deep, 4.5" at top (large)|
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