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Alessi Slow Coffee grinder
Alessi Slow Coffee grinder
Alessi Slow Coffee grinder
Alessi Slow Coffee grinder
Alessi Slow Coffee grinder
Alessi Slow Coffee grinder

Slow Coffee grinder

Alessi

$101.00

Alessi
Slow Coffee grinder
$101.00


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Description

The Alessi Slow Coffee product series encourages you to savour not only the cup of coffee itself but also the moment of making it. Grinding the coffee beans, carefully pouring water over the grounds, and witnessing the coffee slowly drip into the pot, even the most mundane morning coffee transforms into a calming sensorial ritual.

According to designer Keiji Takeuchi, 'drinking a coffee' is very different from 'having a coffee,' the latter being a more all-encompassing experience. Preparing the drink offers a moment for reflection and awakening the senses: imagine the aroma of the coffee beans, the "drip, drip, drip" as the coffee flows into the pot, and the delicious first sip of coffee you've prepared from the very beginning.

The Slow Coffee coffee grinder features a ceramic mechanism and a detachable crank, allowing the grinder to take up minimal space. You can easily adjust the coarseness of the grind to your liking or to best suit the beans you are using.

Material
18/10 stainless steel, thermoplastic resin, ceramic grinder
Colour
Chrome, black
Height
8.46 in (21.5 cm)
Diameter
2.36 in (6 cm)
Measurement details
Crank length 16 cm
Notes
Capacity is about 20 g of coffee beans.
Removable crank handle.
The coarseness can be adjusted, also suitable for espresso.
Care instructions
To remove any coffee powder residue, clean the grinder body with
a soft cloth. Do not wash under running water or in the dishwasher.

Keiji Takeuchi

Keiji Takeuchi (b. 1977) is a Japanese-born designer who has studied product design in New Zealand and Paris, and worked at Naoto Fukasawa's office for years. Today, Takeuchi lives in Milan where he established his own studio in 2015.

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    Savonlinna, Finland

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    Wry small and fidgety. Yet to try how it fringes coffee beans. Looks good though as Aleksi always does.

    71 days ago

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