Sustainablility and Scandinavian influences helped shape the new range of coffeeware, comprising of simple, primitive shapes. The Kafeware aims to utilise the unique charateristics of Cork and turn them into functional everyday products.
Constructed from Polished Stainless Steel, the Kafeware range delivers a high quality, premium and clean design for the modern kitchen. Cork is used for the Handles, Bases and gaskets. Scandinavian inspirations are still present, emphasising the use of natural materials in a simplistic and minimalistic form.
As the Kafeware Range focuses on Slow Coffee, emphasis on products that allow the user to control the brewing process, in a manual, tactile approach.
Manual Coffee grinder, the Stovetop Kettle, Coffee Dripper Cone and Cafetiere, all these products slow down the coffee brewing process and gets the user involved, making the coffee brewing process more personal.
The Kork Cafetiere is a truly unique French Press, thanks to its double walled Polished Steel body and Cork base. Deconstructed to primitive shapes and natural materials, it is a modern interpretation of a classic home coffee brewer.
The Kork Coffee Grinder is a Manual Conical Burr Grinder. A simple Cork Lid allows for easier loading, and a Cork gasket creates an air tight seal, keeping ground coffee as fresh as possible. A detachable crank makes for easier storage. Easy disassembly allows easier maintenance/replacement of parts.
The Pour Over Stovetop Kettle features a Gooseneck spout which allows for a more controlled pour and follows the same minimal design language. A traditional design modernised with inspiration of Scandanavian design and the application of Stainless Steel and Cork.
The Stovetop Coffee Pot is a modern and Scandanavian approach to the traditional Moka Pot, but it's wider and straight body design will allow for easier maintenance. A Cork gasket sits between the two screw-together components and the top cylindrical handle is weighted to ensure the lid is secure under heat pressure underneath.

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