Carved out of Cherry, Walnut, Birch and White Oak block of wood, the Canadiano is the Canadian pour-over method of brewing coffee. The Canadiano also signifies in its earthiness and simplicity of design the perennial appeal of manual crafts for both makers, and users.

Users place the Canadiano on a cup, add two spoons of coffee, and pour hot water into the wooden bowl, stir it a few times and 2-4 minutes later the coffee is ready.

Designed for personal use and crafted for picky coffee drinkers, the wooden piece will remember each cup of coffee you make. Overtime the coffee oils of your specific beans and roast will be absorbed into the wood and be a part of your morning coffee experience. The Canadiano coffee makers are available in Standard (sealed) and Raw. Standard editions are sealed with natural drying oils. The standard editions, similar to a cast iron teapot or a skillet, require seasoning during the first few uses.

Each type of wood is matched with different beans and roasts from around the world. "We encourage brewing single origin beans in the Canadianos," say the makers, with the Walnut edition and the White Oak edition  crafted and designed for use with darker roasts and earthier flavors such as beans from South East Asia; while Birch and Cherry is designed for beans with slight citrus hints and nutty taste.

The design of the metal filter is to reduce waste and lower its environmental impact by not using paper filters.

What the selection of lumber, sawing, CNC machining, sanding, and finishing of Canadiano coffee makers.

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