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Fellow Stagg XF Pour-Over Dripper

$80.00
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Pour and go with the Fellow Stagg [XF] Pour-Over Dripper. The tall column gives you more room for the non-traditional Fill-Up method which combines the ease of immersion brewing and the great taste of the pour-over. 

  • Vacuum insulated for ultimate heat retention during your brew. Stainless steel body, silicone gasket.
  • 1-2 cup brews (600ml/20oz)
  • Brewing with Stagg Double Wall Carafe or Stagg Tasting Glasses
  • Steep slope to increase coffee-to-water contact and boost extraction.
  • No clog drainage hole and bumps.
  • Ratio aid measures out 1-2 servings so you always know the right amount of coffee to add.
  • Ratio aid also acts as a drip cup for when you’re done brewing.

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