- Made by Yield design
- Florida, USA
- Borosilicate glass
- 5″ D x 10″ H
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The YIELD Pour Over Carafe is an artful, functional tool for every day use. Brew clean, perfectly balanced pour over coffee for one, or to share. The borosilicate pitcher allows for easy handling and superior heat retention. Makes 1-6 cups of coffee at a time. Each carafe comes with a lid that helps keep coffee fresh for later (perfect for storing in the fridge for cold brew!).
The Pour Over Carafe is compatible with conical filter including Chemex, Hario (V02) paper filters, as well as metal paperless. We recommend purchasing whole bean coffee and grinding fresh before each brew. For optimal results, use the Medium grind setting on your burr grinder.
Not a coffee person but love the look? Our carafe is also the perfect vessel for brewing and storing tea, sangria, lemonade or even flavored water.
The Carafe is made using premium borosilicate glass that is most commonly associated with laboratory glassware and high end kitchenwares. Borosilicate glass is much more resistant to thermal shock than standard glass. It provides a delicate appearance and superior thermal shock durability.
YIELD lives at the intersection of functionality and elegance, of high-end design and accessibility. Ranging from furniture to jewelry, YIELD’s broad product line is designed by founders Rachel Gant and Andrew Deming. The line is unified through an uncompromising approach to craft, thoughtful production, and a design language that is at once distinctive, understated, and livable.
YIELD’s products are available at hundreds of retailers internationally and have been featured in numerous publications such as the New York Times, Dwell, Sunset, SF Chronicle and more.
YIELD was established in late 2012 by Andrew Deming and Rachel Gant in San Francisco where the two met at the California College of the Arts (CCA). Yield is now based in the historic coastal town of Saint Augustine, FL, the oldest European settlement in the U.S.