Video Overview | Origami Dripper

Video Overview | Origami Dripper

Dec 15th 2022 Written by Ragan LaTour-Kelley

The Origami Dripper is a beautiful and versatile brewing device. Made of Minoware porcelain and crafted with 20 ridges, the Origami has impressive heat retention and fast flow rate. It is available in a variety of colors that will look great with any home set up.


Origami Dripper

Pink Origami Dripper white background

Beautiful and versatile

Hey there, it's Ragan from Prima Coffee, and this is the Origami Dripper. The Origami Dripper is a beautiful and versatile dripper that has a rich history and offers a unique sense of customization in both esthetics and brew method.

So this is the medium size origami dripper, and it is capable of brewing between one and four cups of coffee. So it's a great option if you're brewing for just yourself or if you have a few friends and family over. This dripper is made out of Mino Ware which is a ceramic making technique out of Japan, and the ceramic has excellent heat retaining properties. It has this really unique 20 fold design that encourages faster flow rate. It's also compatible with both conical filters and Kalita flat bottom filters, so it gives you versatility in your brewing. It is compatible with most pour over stands and you do have the option to purchase a wooden collar that can sit on top of a server and the origami dripper fits perfectly inside.

So the Origami Dripper is really unique because of all of the color options. It can match any aesthetic that your coffee setup may have, and for the brewing purposes of being able to brew with both conical filter and a flat bottom, dripper filter provides a lot of versatility to your brew setup.

The origami dripper is a great option if aesthetics are one of the deciding factors on the brewer that you're buying.

So as I stated before, you can brew using both filters and you're going to get similar results, but a different brew style. If you're using the Kalita filters, you're going to see that the ridges in the filter will line up nicely with the ridges of the brewer. When you rinse your filter, you'll see that flat bottom that you get from a Kalita. Whether you're brewing with the conical filter or the flat bottom filters, you can grind rather fine because of that increased flow rate. You will see that when you brew with either a V60 filter or the Origami filters that you can buy with the brewer, that your brew time is actually faster and you're going to brew very similar to the way you would if you were just brewing a normal V60. One thing to be careful about when you're brewing with the origami is that it is very fragile. Despite being beautiful, it is like a piece of art. And if you drop it, that's probably the end of it.

So if you're in the market for a new,exceptionally beautiful brewer, then the origami dripper is a great option. You can find it online at and thanks for watching.

Dec 15th 2022 Ragan LaTour-Kelley

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