Never give into a stale and scalding aeroplane coffee again, or find yourself at the top of a mountain with the thought, ‘damn, some Vibe would really make this moment’. Once you go Aeropress, you’ll never go without it. The coffee critic’s ultimate travelling companion, the Aeropress makes 1 – 3 cups in just over a minute and cleans in seconds. It’s total immersion and rapid filtering yields deliciously rich and flavourful coffee.
Eww, plunger coffee”. Let’s face it, we’ve all said it. But how wrong we are. What many don’t know is that the secret to French press (sounds a little nicer than ‘plunger’) coffee is found in the grind of the coffee, a very simple step in the brewing process. Invented in 1929, the best part about this brewing classic is that you’ll find one in most Kiwi homes – so there’s no excuse for not making the perfect cup.
When it comes to creating perfect coffee, Chemex makes it happen. The elegant and iconic hourglass shaped Chemex vessel is made of high quality, heat resistant glass – it brews coffee without imparting any flavours of its own. The Chemex has remained unchanged for 70 years and the first Chemex invented can be found on display at MOMA in New York. Chemex coffee is truly a work of art. Master it with Vibe.
Quantity should never compromise quality. The Moccamaster batch brew is the ideal option for making up to 10 cups of premium filter coffee at a time. Handmade in the heart of the Netherlands, the Moccamaster is recognised as the finest filter coffee system in the world. Carefully designed and built to last – it makes a perfect brew, every time.
Vibe and the V60, a match made in coffee heaven. Perfect your pour with this beautiful brewer that gives you ultimate control over your coffee. Born in Japan and brewed around the world, the V60 brings out the clearest flavours and aromas from your coffee – so you can experience all the delicious subtleties of Vibe.
The ‘moka pot’ or ‘stove-top’ is an Italian coffee maker and method around since the 30s. This method makes beautiful espresso at home, without the need for a commercial machine. The stove-top brews coffee by passing boiling water pressurised by steam through medium-fine ground coffee.