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39Arita Ceramic Coffee Filter 3-Piece Set (Gift box)

39Arita Ceramic Coffee Filter 3-Piece Set (Gift box)

Regular price $47.00 USD
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  • Each box contains:

- The Filter
- Porcelain Holder
- Porcelain Lipped Bowl

  • The 39arita filter cup is the only patented ceramic filter cup in Japan, designed as a reusable coffee filter. It doesn't require the use of paper or cloth filters. The ceramic filter cup is made from porous ceramic with countless microscopic pores. It utilizes the effects of far-infrared rays and the power of ceramics to eliminate unpleasant odors and impurities from water. Its reusability aligns with the modern concept of environmental conservation.

By using ultra-fine mesh that is invisible to the naked eye, it can remove impurities, effectively suppressing bitterness and alkaline flavors, resulting in a smooth and mellow taste. It can also serve as an alternative to water purifiers, filtering regular water. Apart from coffee, it can be used with green tea, black tea, and even spirits.

The packaging adopts a letterpress box with a black background and gold stamping, making it a tasteful choice for gifting!

Maintenance and Usage Instructions: Daily Use ① Empty coffee grounds or tea leaves from the filter cup. It's easier to do so before the moisture dries up. ② Rinse with water and use a small brush, like a toothbrush, to clean. Note: Do not use cleaners or detergents! ③ Run hot water through the filter cup to remove residual oil. Residual oil is the cause of clogging. Keep it stored in a dry place.

Dealing with Clogs For gas stove use... Place a net or similar item on the stove and put the filter cup on top. Heat it over medium flame until smoke appears. Afterward, turn off the heat, let it cool, then wash with clean water or hot water. Thoroughly burn off impurities to ensure the pores are clear. For induction cooker use... Boil water in a pot and pour it through the filter cup in the same manner. Adding a small amount of baking soda to the process can help remove oil residue from the filter cup more effectively.

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