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porcelain pour overs

Postby smoocher » Mon Jan 26, 2009 12:37 pm

does anyone know where i can get a couple of hundred porcelain pour overs, the kind that sit on the top of the cup. they've got to be porcelain ones, and at the moment i can't seem to find any suppliers in the uk!?
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RE: porcelain pour overs

Postby Jasonscheltus » Mon Jan 26, 2009 5:26 pm

they come from japan
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RE: porcelain pour overs

Postby anette » Mon Jan 26, 2009 6:27 pm

So many! :)
Not many places in the UK do them, but try here: http://www.legendcookshop.co.uk/erol.ht ... co.uk%252F
(We have the Beehouse one and they are good, there's a hole so you can see how full the cup is getting. Got them in the US thou, dunno these guys.)

Otherwise you're pretty much going to have to look at the US:
http://fantes.com/coffee-manualdrip.html (lots of options)

or Taiwan! :)
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RE: porcelain pour overs

Postby easylife » Mon Jan 26, 2009 8:53 pm

melitta online from Germany
NOT cheap though :(
their mail order service to the UK is very good.

http://www.melitta24.de/CatalogProducts ... ter&Page=1

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RE: porcelain pour overs

Postby lukas » Mon Jan 26, 2009 8:56 pm

If you buy in the hundreds, it would make sense to contact Melitta directly. Heck, they even invented those things back then :)

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