The cult hand filter, which is used in almost all specialty coffee shops worldwide, is now available in 12 colors in an attractive gift box with 40 pieces of filter paper. The V60 Coffee Dripper is a further development of the classic porcelain hand filter. Thanks to the large opening in the bottom of the filter, the brewing time can be controlled using the degree of coffee grind and the infusion technique. The rotationally symmetrical conical shape of the filter enables a uniform brewing process, which can influence the taste of the brewing result. The distinctive curved ribs on the inside of the hand filter efficiently keep the filter paper away from the wall. The V60 Coffee Dripper is suitable for users who prefer a clear aroma profile with a light body without coffee grounds residue in the brewing result. The coffee dripper is produced in Arita, a small town on the Japanese island of Kyushu, where the Korean potter Ri San Pei discovered kaolin in a quarry in 1616. Kaolin is a particularly pure clay from which Ri San Pei was able to produce porcelain ceramics. Arita is still celebrated as the origin of Japanese porcelain. Arita has been twinned with the German city of Meißen since 1979, where the first European porcelain was made almost 100 years later, in 1708.