Japanese drinkware brews coffee outdoors

posted January 17, 2021 at 09:10 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Freshly brewed coffee, straight from the pot into the cup is one of the gifts of staying indoors—a gift that a Japanese drinkware brand aims to give to those who are outdoors. 

Rivers Coffee Dripper Cave Reversible has a foldable two-way silicone dripper.
Developed in Tokyo, Rivers drinkware features specialty coffee items such as drippers that allow users to brew coffee wherever sans electricity, as well as sustainable cups, travel-friendly mugs, and heavy duty jugs and tumblers, all featuring sleek, minimalist design. 

Rivers Vacuum Flask Stout keeps beverages hot for 12 hours and cold for 24 hours.
Among its unique products is the Micro Coffee Dripper, said to be the smallest coffee dripper in the world, which brews using a built-in filter made of polypropylene with stainless steel mesh for prolonged use without discoloration, a funnel structure that provides a stable drip, and a detachable silicone rubber holder that can be folded easily and stored in a cup.  

The Rivers Coffee Dripper Cave Reversible, on the other hand, can control the coffee’s taste and bring the acidity and bitterness closer to the drinker’s preference. 

Brew on the go with Micro Coffee Dripper which uses a built-in filter with stainless steel mesh.
The aforementioned products from Rivers are now available at Outdoors by SM, a concept store that carries over 30 brands made for adventure, travel, and urban needs. For those who want to shop personally, the store is located on the second level of SM Makati. Join its Viber community group (https://bit.ly/3dk7SH2) or contact its hotline at 0917-843-6176 to order online.

Topics: Rivers , Micro Coffee Dripper , Rivers Vacuum Flask Stout , Rivers Coffee Dripper Cave Reversible
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