Savour Cup 10.1

Starting: $30.00 USD

Brew 10 grams of coffee directly into Savour Cup 10.1 to best cherish Ninety Plus coffees

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10 grams of coffee can be brewed directly into the Savour Cup 10.1 to best cherish the power of Ninety Plus coffees. Available in Obsidian and Basalt finishes inspired by the iconic Barú Volcano, the origin of the rich soils where Ninety Plus coffees are produced.

For years, Ninety Plus Founder Joseph Brodsky has envisioned coffee brewing tools that would maximize taste experience in proper proportion when consuming the best, rarest, and most ecologically produced coffees in the world.

When savouring coffee together at Ninety Plus Estates, we brew in portions of 10 grams – yielding a 150 ml serving which we often share in groups of up to four.

The Origami x Ninety Plus Brewing System 10.1, designed in collaboration with Origami and World Brewers Cup Champion Du Jianing, allows the user to simply brew 10 grams of coffee (utilizing Kone 10.1, Kone Filter 10.1, Kone Ring 10.1, and Serving Pitcher 10.1). The result is 150 ml of precious brew to be cherished by one person in our Savour Cup 10.1 or shared among four people using our Sharing Cup Set 10.1.

For every 10 gram/150 ml serving of coffee, more than 40 cherries have been hand-selected and harvested from shade-loving, low-yielding coffee trees, nurtured ecologically in a diverse forest community of tropical plants and animals. These cherries are then handled several additional times in stages of cleaning, fermenting, pulping, drying, resting, milling, grading, sorting, roasting, and tasting.

So much Ninety Plus love goes into every 10 gram/150 ml portion. Thank you for your appreciation and enjoyment of the coffees created at Ninety Plus Estates.

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Ninety Plus collaborates with the best home coffee roasting, grinding, and brewing equipment manufacturers in the world to develop tools that offer an unparalleled connection directly to the magical lands and coffees of Ninety Plus Estates.

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