A South-Indian kitchen is incomplete without this traditional Brass Coffee Filter. Spoonfuls of freshly-ground coffee powder is filled in the upper compartment. Boiling water is then poured over it and the lid is closed. Slowly, drops of freshly brewed aromatic decoction trickles to the lower compartment. This decoction is then mixed with milk and sugar to make your morning cuppa.
Many steel filters have now replaced the ancient Brass filters, but when it comes to its taste and therapeutic properties, Brass filters are truly unmatched. These Brass Coffee filters are truly timeless and with proper care, they can last through generations.
So, if you love your morning coffee, give it a traditional twist by making it in one of our Brass Coffee Filters, made manually by our rural artisans. They’re available in small, medium and big variants.
Note: Each of our utensils come with an instruction card on maintenance and long-term care.
Images are representative. Our products are handmade by artisans and may slightly vary in size, dimensions and volume.