Good relationship between pot and coffee (2) Takahiro coffee drip pot Shizuku

This project is about thinking about the good relationship between pots and coffee.
The second product is the drip pot "Takahiro Coffee Drip Pot Shizuku" that I have been using for the longest time.

Takahiro coffee drip pot Shizuku

Takahiro Co., Ltd. was founded in 1975. This company has a history of about 50 years and is located in Tsubame-Sanjo, Niigata Prefecture, which is famous for stainless steel processing.

We make a variety of commercial kitchen supplies using our advanced processing technology, and one of them is the Takahiro Coffee Drip Pot Shizuku (hereinafter referred to as Shizuku).
This coffee pot has become the company's best-selling product, and is now a full-fledged drip pot used by a wide range of people, from households to professionals.

I was fascinated by the ease of pouring this drip pot, and I continue to use it to this day. Let's take a look at what's actually better.

You can pour it as if you were dropping Shin .

One of the important elements when using hand drip is being able to pour hot water exactly where you want it.
By handling the pot well and controlling the flow of hot water, you can create the flavor you want.

The biggest appeal of this "Drop" is that you can easily pour hot water into the desired area.
What makes this possible is the thinness and sharpness of the spout. This structure allows hot water to be poured under Shin , making it easy to drop hot water to the desired location without any technical skill, making it easier to control the flavor.

This pot is loved by a wide range of people, from beginners to professionals, as anyone can easily pour hot water into the desired area.

Light but firm grip

One of the features of this pot is that the weight of the drip pot is light.
If the pot is heavy, it will be pulled by its weight, making it easy for the center of gravity to shift, making it difficult to pour hot water into the desired spot.
On the other hand, if it is light, you can handle the pot well and achieve a stable drip.

However, although there are many pots that are lightweight, there are many pots that have been designed to make them lighter, such as having a thin grip, and many pots have not been given enough thought to make them easy to hold and brew. .
Under these circumstances, ``Shizuku'' is a pot that has been designed with attention to detail, down to the grip, and is shaped to fit the hand, making it easy for the user to use.

Recommended scenes to use “Shizuku”

“Shizuku” is light and easy to handle. I think anyone will be able to easily make authentic hand drip.

But there are also drawbacks. Due to the narrow opening, you cannot control the thickness of the hot water. This makes it difficult to express a wide range of tastes.
No matter how you tilt the ``Drop'', you can only pour hot water at a constant level. Generally speaking, coffee brewed with hot water tends to have a stronger flavor.
Therefore, when I use Shizuku, I use it for brands that I want to have a strong flavor, or for brands that are roasted to a deeper level.


“Shizuku” is recommended for those who want to make drip drinks more seriously and those who like a strong flavor.
By using this pot, you will be able to control the pot as you wish, and you will be able to freely control the way the hot water is poured.

We will continue to introduce drip pots, so please look forward to it!

Hiroto Usukura