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Cherry Edition

Rated 4.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

From: CAD$79.00

Cherry Edition | Balanced
Recommended for medium and dark roast coffee beans with a more well rounded taste.
Cherry edition is our most versatile edition in the Canadiano collection.

More details of the serving boards: click here.

add a matching serving board and save 10%

Serving boards are designed for breakfast-in-bed, on the patio or use at a cafe. Designed as a multi-purpose serving plate, with a carved bowl for your Canadiano after the brewing has completed or as a well-designed and beautifully crafted serving plate.

Also Available in Walnut.

Canadiano pour-over coffee makers  sold separately here: Cherry Canadiano get a 10% discount when you buy a matching set.

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Organic Medium-Roast

1/2lb bag | Medium-Dark Roast | Fair-trade organic coffee | Ground for Canadiano medium filter
Canadiano Organic Roast | Origin: San Ignacio, Peru | Roasted: Toronto

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SKU: Cherry Category: Tags: , ,

Material: Cherry | FSC certified, North American Cherry
Included: Standard metal filter for medium grounds.

Weight 0.2 kg
Dimensions 11.50 x 11.50 x 4.50 cm

2 reviews for Cherry Edition

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I’ve been tinkering around with my Canadiano for a few days now and I have to say I LOVE it.
    First of all the brewer is beautiful. Wood is one of my favorite mediums which initially drew me to this device. Secondly, as a barista of four years, it’s fair to say I love coffee.
    I decided to begin by brewing my own coffee which meant dialing in my grind and dosage. I figured out quickly that a courser grind works better as the filter tends to get clogged. Although I was apprehensive about stirring the coffee i see now that it’s a vital step in the brew process. It seems to take anywhere from 2-4 minutes to brew (3 min being ideal for me) and is one of the easiest methods I’ve tried.
    As for flavor, it’s definitely woody. Luckily I enjoy woody/nutty notes in my coffee so I’m not complaining. The woodyness is not overpowering however and you can still taste the notes of the coffee peeking through. I’m curious to see how long that holds up and how the wood reacts with the coffee over time.
    All in all I’m enjoying using my Canadiano and find it motivates me to get up in the morning and make coffee. I’m sure I’ll invest in the walnut edition for my dark roasts soon!

    Thank you Fishtnk for giving us coffee nerds something truly inavative!

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    I’ve had my Canadiano now for 3 weeks and I have to say that it is a wonderful compliment to my Chemex. I only drink black, pour over coffee, and I drink specifically to note difference between origins, and this Candiano gives every coffee I brew its own unique identity. I’ve had some trouble getting my grind just right (I hand grind, and if the grind is too course the water drains through the grounds too quickly). But when I get the grind right; when the water is boiled and the cup ready–my cup of coffee turns out beautifully.

    To note, you do get some sediment in a Canadiano-made coffee, but not nearly as much as a French Press. The end result is a thick, velvety coffee with more diverse flavors than you may have expected.

    Love this thing, and thanks for the hard work people!

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