Pour Over Coffee Stand for V60/Kailta Wave

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A pour over coffee is said to extract a richer and fuller bodied flavour to your brew - whether you're using a Hario V60 or a Kalita Wave.

Having a morning ritual helps us start the day feeling strong, centred and organised.

Drink your cup of coffee however you like - with or without milk, served hot or over ice. Most importantly, our handmade stands take up very little space on your kitchen worktop.

Why start a coffee ritual? 🌅☕️😌

  • Ground yourself with a morning ritual
  • Organise your worktop and prevent sprawl from your coffee seat
  • Streamline your day with very little cleaning between drinks

According to Artisan Coffee Co. you can "Start the day feeling strong and centred, and your day is much more likely to be calm, productive and stress-free."

Check out their article here: "Transform your morning coffee into a powerful self-care ritual"

About our hand-made stands by Alex ☕️😌

  • He uses traditional joinery and hand-tools, you're buying something built to last
  • He uses sustainably-sourced timber to make you a unique item
  • He protects them with a food-safe waterproof finish so that you can wipe off splashes
  • He'll brand it with an OpenFaaS logo using a blow torch!
  • Then he adds natural cork pads to the base to keep your worktop pristine

Recommended setup and brewing recipe: ⏳

  • Start with either the Hario V60 and Kalita Wave. The smaller sizes are great for a single mug of coffee.
  • Grind 15-16g of fresh coffee beans with a hand grinder or burr grinder
  • Place a coffee pot/"server" under the station to prevent splashes
  • Pre-wet an unbleached paper with hot water, then discard the water
  • Bring your water to the boil - filtered water is the best option, then let it cool a little
  • In stages, gradually pour the water over - until you get to 200ml for a rounded cup, or stop earlier for a stronger brew.
  • Dab off any splashes and dispose of the paper filter
  • Find somewhere comfy to savour the moment

Where do you ship? 📦

I only use tracked postage, which costs more but gives peace of mind for both of us.

UK & Northern Ireland - All versions - Royal Mail Signed For

Europe - All versions - Royal Mail International Tracked

USA - All versions - Royal Mail International Tracked

All items are made to order. Existing stock ships within 1 week, otherwise there may be a 2-3 week lead time.

What version should I get?

  • The hardwood is the best quality timber I can find, usually sourced within 30 miles of my home.
  • Plywood has the multiple layers that you may have seen in Danish furniture and mid-century design.
  • The ebonized finish (Dark Mode) is somewhere between dark chocolate and black.
  • The Walnut is a limited run because it's so expensive and rare in the UK.

What else do I need?

  • A Hairo V01/V02 coffee filter
  • A pack of 100 Hairo V01/V02 papers

You'll find both on Amazon, or at your local fancy coffee shop.

What is a dovetail?

A traditional joint known for its mechanical strength, often used in antique drawers. Watch an hour-long video showing how much care and attention they require by master craftsman Paul Sellers.

I recommend a hardwood coffee stand, they're made with hand-cut dovetails and finished in a food safe varnish with a natural look and slight sheen.

Premium Plywood has that mid-century/Danish design look to it:

New: Paper filter holders

These paper filter holders are new from Feb 2023 onwards, and can be used to store around 100 papers - a full pack. Get your papers conveniently laid out when you need a caffeine fix, and see when you're running low.

You can buy the filter holders using this link

What are people saying? 📢

David Flanagan was our first customer, buying the earliest prototype with dovetails

An early version of the coffee stand for David' in Glasgow with Dovetails with a dark Osmo oil finish.

Nik ordered a branded version using solid Oak, with rounded corners:

All joinery is cut by hand including these dovetails - one of the strongest wood joints

Here's my personal coffee making kit (Premium Plywood - medium Oak finish) on vacation with a local coffee from Buxton Coffee

This one was made for Jeremy Rickard (Premium Plywood - Natural clear finish)

One-off exclusive ebonised Oak (Dark Mode):

This is one of a kind, ebonised Oak using iron and vinegar, the tannins in the wood reacted to create a stunning deep chocolate/charcoal tone.

Ash and Walnut

Ready for finishing, American Walnut (left) and Local English Ash felled and seasoned less than 30 miles away from my home.

Ash has similar grain and properties to Oak but has a lighter colour. American Walnut is hard to acquire in the UK so comes in at a premium.

European Beech

Beech is a hard wood that's sought after for its stability and its tight grain means it's resistant to moisture.

For questions before ordering, get in touch with Alex here: alex@openfaas.com

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Pour Over Coffee Stand for V60/Kailta Wave

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