Vacuum Insulated Body – consistent temperature throughout the brew process results in a better cup. Both drippers keep temperature constant and prevent heat loss during extraction.
Steep Slope – Both have a relatively steep interior slope compared to other drippers on the market. The idea is a steeper wall angle increases the height of the column of coffee grounds which forces water to make more contact with the coffee as it travels through the dripper. Ultimately, this yields a higher extraction.
Hole and Bump Pattern – A clogged hole results in an uneven coffee bed and less than ideal brew. We landed on a 10 hole pattern that is complemented by a relatively complex bump pattern to help lift the flat bottom filter off the holes to prevent clogging and encourage an even extraction.
Drip Cup/Ratio Aid – All of our drippers come with a handy drip cup to keep your setup clean, along with a built-in ratio aid to help guide you through the correct amount of grinds to use in case you’re on the run or don’t have a scale.
Stagg [XF][XF]’s 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 pour-over. Check out our video below to see how the “fill-up” method differs from a continuous slow pour. [XF] lets you consistently and easily brew pour-over coffee every morning with a little less effort but still a ton of flavor
We recommend using Stagg [XF] for 1-2 cup brews (up to 600ml/20oz). We also recommend brewing with either Stagg Double Wall Carafe which has 300ml and 600ml markings that correlate with Stagg [XF]’s built in ratio aid, or Stagg Tasting Glasses which nest perfectly with our drippers and hold 300ml/10oz comfortably