39Arita sera filter
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This product is sized for 1-2 people.
■What is a serafilter
A serafilter is a ceramic coffee filter that does not use disposable materials such as paper or cloth.
The serafilter is made of porous ceramic with numerous holes of a few microns, which removes chalky odors and impurities from the water by the far infrared effect and the power of ceramics. Drinks passed through the CERAFILTER will have a mellow taste with a suppressed off-flavor.
■ Usage examples
Because it extracts the bean oil, the flavor component of coffee, the original flavor of the coffee bean can be tasted. You can taste the original flavor of the coffee bean. Coffee oil is not only a flavor component, but also a component that gives coffee its aroma and mild taste. Coffee brewed with this product can be seen to glow with oil.
As it passes through the filter, it mixes with the air inside the filter and thus has a decanting effect.
When tap water is passed through the filter, it becomes soft and pleasant to the palate, with a reduced miscellaneous taste.
It can also be used for tea, sake, etc. to reduce miscellaneous tastes.
■ Product features:
Useable unless broken.
For daily care, simply discard coffee or tea leaves, rinse with water, and rinse the filter with hot water until no color appears.
If the liquid output is lower than normal, baking over an open flame or in the oven will restore the passage.
If you cannot use an induction stove or other fire, we recommend boiling and cleaning the cerafilter with baking soda in a pot of water for about 20 minutes.
Ceramic is a material used as a filtration material.
To ensure that the original taste of the drink can be extracted, we do not use raw materials that can leach out any components.
Patented in Japan (No. 6431175)
Patented in the United States (No. 10,549, 225 B2)
Our company is located in Arita Town, Saga Prefecture, which is famous for its Arita ware.
The history of Arita ware dates back to the first discovery of raw materials for ceramics in Japan. The year 2016 marks about 400 years since its birth.
Arita ware is said to have once influenced Europe as a gift to the Shogun family, and to have been treasured as a collection of princes and nobles.
We will work to create new Arita ware suitable for the current era by taking advantage of modern new technologies while preserving our traditions.
It has also been patented in Japan and the United States.
Patent in Japan (No. 6431175)
Patents in the United States (No. 10,549,225 B2)