Many coffee lovers might make their own cold brew coffee, but DRIPSTER offers a better alternative. It allows water to flow slowly, drop by drop, through the ground coffee, flushing out the different aromas. After two to three hours it results in cold coffee that tingles the taste buds. Hans Berner and Philipp Sahrmann have both studied law and both love cold drip coffee, but could only find rather expensive machines to make it. So they started a joint business venture, got in contact with a manufacturer and soon brought DRIPSTER to market. “Cold drip coffee intensifies all
possible flavours,” says Hans Berner. The cocoa taste of Brazilian coffee beans, for example, or that of fruits and flowers in coffee from Ethiopia.