Rise of the slow coffee movement
The trend for all slow dining has been inspirational in Japanese brand Kinto’s brand-new innovative Slow Coffee Style, which debuted at NY NOW
Launched at the Summer Market of NY NOW was the innovative Slow Coffee Style collection courtesy of contemporary Japanese brand Kinto.
Celebrating the richness of ‘going slow, this new series of coffeware presents a new and relevant way of making coffee.
Brewed in a beautiful stainless steel filter, then dripped into a gently formed coffee carafe, Slow Coffee Style lets consumers experience the taste of coffee brewed by the pour-over method with a relaxed passage of time. Pour-over is a way of preparing a cup of coffee by a courteous handwork giving a rich aroma of coffee, and it has been familiar to Japanese lifestyle for a long time.
The stainless steel filter makes the coffee with more oil from the beans, which gives a richer aroma.
Also, evoking the values of an environmentally friendly lifestyle, the stainless steel filter with fine halls of 0.25mm is reuseable, while the cotton paper filter is disposable and convenient.
The collection includes a glass coffee carafe in two sizes (300ml and 600ml), a stinaless steel kettle, a stinaless steel filter for 2 cups or 4 cups, cotton paper filters for 2 cups or 4 cups, a coffee server in two sizes, a porcelain 2-cup or 4-cup brewer/filter and mugs. www.kinto.co.jp