Coffee plants were once called the “golden bean” by Conquistadors arriving in Central America for the first time. A brew as premium as coffee deserves a unique accessory, and our little gem hits the sweet spot. Even sweeter is the fact that this wood is recycled from a barn that’s lived for over a 100 years in Winston Salem, NC. Barn siding is perhaps even more rare than finding a golden bean because it literally takes decades to create the characteristic deep grooves found in the wood.
**We were able to get some additional wood from this same spot and we will be doing a limited run on these.
The dripper shown here is the Hario V60 Plastic Dripper and is included.