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From brewing scales to filters, drippers, and more,
our HQ houses manual brewing accessories and products
from some of the finest coffee accessory brands in the world.
Creating ingeniously designed coffee brewing and grinding products that are being
used by cafes and home coffee connoisseurs alike
While Hario's name is closely associated with the coffee world today, Hario is actually a Japanese manufacturer of industrial glass that has been trading since the 1920s. Over the past few years, Hario has become known as the coffee industry leader in pour over brewing equipment. The design and methods behind Hario's brewing devices have helped to insure that specialty coffee is being brewed with the craft that it deserves.
Acaia is a company founded with a simple and challenging mission: to combine design
and technology in the specialty coffee community.
Founded in 2013, Acaia makes products that are infused with experiences in manufacturing laboratory precision balances and designing beautiful consumer products. Upon discovering that the specialty coffee industry had a need for precise and accurate scales, the founders set out to create one that was both aesthetically pleasing and precisely functional.
A family owned company since 1980, Chemex’ mission is to provide superior coffee brewing equipment.
The iconic Chemex has remained unchanged for 70 years and counting. They take pride in the quality of our product and customer service and look forward to providing both for years to come. The Chemex® coffeemaker is an elegant, one-piece, hourglass shaped vessel made of high quality, heat resistant glass. Few products in this century can match the flawless blending of design and function of the Chemex®. Its visual elegance has earned it a place in the permanent collection of
New York's Corning Museum of Glass.
The delicious flavor of AeroPress brewed coffee is currently enjoyed in over 60 countries.
Created by Stanford University engineering instructor Alan Adler, The inception of AeroPress can be put down to one specific conversation: when Adler and the wife of his company sales manager were griping about the fact that when you tried to make a single cup of coffee in a drip machine, it came out watery. Having launched the record-breaking Aerobie flying ring in 1985, his company was well known - but for sports toys as opposed to kitchen equipment. Then in 2017 Alan sold the assets of the Aerobie sport toy brand and renamed the company AeroPress, Inc. to reflect its new focus on our coffee press. The delicious flavor of AeroPress brewed coffee is currently enjoyed in over 60 countries and with a new specialization in housewares; they hope to share it with 60 more.