The pour over has become one of the easiest and most popular ways of brewing coffee. But it relies on a filter, which is typically made of paper. Yes, there are alternatives such as stainless steel filters and using a piece of fabric, made of cotton.
But those didn’t cut it for Portland-based Etai Rahmil. He’s a glass artist and he decided in 2018 that he could come up with something better: a reusable glass filter that did the job, but also looked beautiful.
“There are two things that I do everyday, without fail: drink coffee and make glass art,” he says. “One day, we ran
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