Fans of Starbucks know that Starbucks Reserve is the name of the Seattle-based coffee giant's six roasteries and the 43 coffee bars all over the world preparing the chain's rarest and best-quality coffees, very often single origin. And since one of these roasteries is in Tokyo, it isn't surprising that the company decided to partner with Balmuda, one of Japan's most famous design brands renowned for their unique and exquisite design manufacturers of kitchen appliances. The result? The Balmuda The Pot Starbucks Reserve, a kettle that looks like nothing you've seen before!
Of course, the first thing you notice here are the visuals: the Balmuda The Pot Starbucks Reserve is the copper-ish gold color of Starbucks Reserve, and since it has been created as a collaboration with Starbucks, it proudly carries the project's logo too. From there on, it's a Balmuda pot all the way through, including the "on" lamp at the end of its handle, the stainless steel 269 x 128 x 170 mm (10.5 x 5 x 6.6") body, and the 1.5-minute boiling time for a 200 ml (6.8 fl oz) cup of water. If you don't own a Balmuda Pot yet, this one is an instant classic!
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