Hario”Harior Bright” Tea and Coffee Press, 600ml

July 1, 2019 - Comment

Classic tea vessel “Harior”. The secret of the longtime seller, enhancement of spare parts. Is available for a long time in peace. Pour the hot water and put the tea leaves and press down the filter. Materials: main body, heat resistant glass, lid-holder shaft filter set, stainless steel. Glass, made in Japan. Product Features Made

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Classic tea vessel “Harior”. The secret of the longtime seller, enhancement of spare parts. Is available for a long time in peace. Pour the hot water and put the tea leaves and press down the filter. Materials: main body, heat resistant glass, lid-holder shaft filter set, stainless steel. Glass, made in Japan.

Product Features

  • Made in Japan
  • In Japanese Hario Means “King of Glass”
  • Brews about 4 Cups, 600 ml
  • Pour the hot water and put the tea leaves in, then press down the filter
  • Enjoy fresh hot tea!

Comments

Anonymous says:

No plastic parts touching hot coffee/tea I was looking for a french press style coffee maker for my husband to use at work. I had a prerequisite before purchasing a coffee press: No plastic parts touching or near hot steamy liquid. First I bought a Bodum Chambord Coffee Maker, french press because it’s a classic but I discovered plastic on the lid which fits inside the glass and serves as slotted pour assistant. I sent it back because I did not want hot coffee or tea to run through plastic. My next option was a Chemex pour-over,…

Anonymous says:

Great small press made with high quality Japanese glass Great French Press. Hario makes quality glassware. Be aware that only the glass portion is made by Hario in Japan. The metal parts are made in China. However, all is not lost as it is still very well built and the stainless portions are thick and robust. The only real complaint I have with this unit is it is pretty small. I bought this to replace a Bodum French press after it tipped over and shattered. The Bodum press was definitely larger. I guess this is really my own fault. I read 4 cups and…

Anonymous says:

I think a French press is the only way to make truly great coffee. Once you start using one First of all, I think a French press is the only way to make truly great coffee. Once you start using one, you won’t go back to the underwhelming flavor of Keurig brewed coffee.Have only used it 3 times, but so far, so good. All the materials are sturdy. Unlike some other presses, there is not a bit of plastic in it. The plunger slides down smoothly. The beaker is easily removed from the base for cleaning. The plunger is not as easily taken apart and reassembled as other presses I…

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