Gabriel García Márquez
"Things have a life of their own, it's simply a matter of awakening their souls."
A quote from One Hundred Years of Solitude, the novel in which Macondo was born. Each of our coffees has a life of its own, we do our best to share their story with you.
Designed in Japan, made with Mino Ware ceramic in Nagoya, the Origami Dripper is the cone dripper of the moment - and with good reason.
Giving full control over the flow rate, the vertical 'gutters' secure the air passage between the dripper and paper filter, regulating brew time to enable the desired extraction. V60, Kalita and Kono filters can all be used with the Origami - since this versatile brewer is somewhere between flat-bed wave, and traditional cone. The designer/maker has chose to omit the handle for the dripper because very often it hinders the brewer pouring method.
The wood plate is designed separately to prevent any heat loss during the brewing process. Every part of the dripper is carefully curated and well designed to fit all the brewers.
Find more info on the Origami Website
Dishwasher safe, although hand washing is recommended.
QC & Green
Josh started Macondo as a way to explore coffee, after spending time in Latin America. In the last few years he's tired to learn more about sensory and processing with the CQI. Read more about this journey into coffee on the Macondo Blog.
Beth's journey is an interesting one, moving from the genetic study of worm metabolism to coffee roasting. Starting out at Round Hill Roastery, before finding her home at Colonna Coffee.
A keen baker and hospitality expert, Cat keeps us fuelled with Rocky Road. Reminding us there's more to life than coffee, she helps curate non-coffee lines and develop the overall experience of Macondo.
Laura is from Medellín and started in graphic design and illustration in 2015. Since she's worked in branding, editorial, textile, marketing and illustration, before opening her own design studio.