The Horoku Coffee Pots Offer a Japanese Technique for Brewing Beans

By: Misel Saban - Mar 30, 2016
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The ceramic coffee roasters designed by Horoku offer consumers a traditional Japanese way to brew beans by roasting both the bean and the plant's leaves over an open flame. The technique provides a rich and customizable flavor that is alerted depending on brew time to meet the tastes of the consumer.

The pots are shallow bowls with long handles that are designed to be placed over an open-flame. The raw beans are placed inside the pot and cooked between five to ten minutes and then can be ground and steeped accordingly. The Horoku dishes each come with leather bound and stitched handles that allow consumers to interact with the coffee while it roasts and pull the pot safely from the flame.