ICHENDORF Milano Penguin Set for Filtered Coffee

$68.00
  • ICHENDORF Milano Penguin Set for Filtered Coffee

ICHENDORF Milano Penguin Set for Filtered Coffee

$68.00

A drip coffee set inspired by the shape of penguin. It is minimalist shaped, easy-to-use, and good for 2~3 people. There is also a glass round saucer included for you to put the dripper on after it is used.

Note:

Filter paper is not included in this set.

The bottom is flat and round-shaped. If you can't find filter paper with round-shaped bottom, V60 also works. We used a V60 filter paper and fold the cone-shaped bottom to make it flat. 

Diameter: 11 cm; Height: 22 cm 

ICHENDORF Milano, the company history began back in the early years of the twentieth century in a small town near Cologne, named Quadrath-Ichendorf. In 1990 Ichendorf Style Center moved and settled in Milan, creative point of convergence where artists and designer can guide the gesture of master-glaziers to the creation of light, swift forms, brought to life from a mark on a piece of paper, a creative idea, down to the manipulation of substances by the masters’ blow.

The great idea at the root of the productive philosophy of Ichendorf is the encounter of tradition and innovation, of ancient techniques and modern lines.

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A drip coffee set inspired by the shape of penguin. It is minimalist shaped, easy-to-use, and good for 2~3 people. There is also a glass round saucer included for you to put the dripper on after it is used.

Note:

Filter paper is not included in this set.

The bottom is flat and round-shaped. If you can't find filter paper with round-shaped bottom, V60 also works. We used a V60 filter paper and fold the cone-shaped bottom to make it flat. 

Diameter: 11 cm; Height: 22 cm 

ICHENDORF Milano, the company history began back in the early years of the twentieth century in a small town near Cologne, named Quadrath-Ichendorf. In 1990 Ichendorf Style Center moved and settled in Milan, creative point of convergence where artists and designer can guide the gesture of master-glaziers to the creation of light, swift forms, brought to life from a mark on a piece of paper, a creative idea, down to the manipulation of substances by the masters’ blow.

The great idea at the root of the productive philosophy of Ichendorf is the encounter of tradition and innovation, of ancient techniques and modern lines.