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During a recent trip to Spain we visited an Olive farm. The farmer let me have a small piece of wood from one of their trees. I asked Rudy to craft a shaving brush out of that wood. This is his final product. Beautiful work by Rudy and a great memento from our trip.
I use a Hario Mizudashi Amazon.com: Hario Mizudashi Cold Brew Iced Coffee Pot/Maker (1000ml, Black): Toddy: Kitchen & Dining with good results. I pour the coffee over ice and add a little simple syrup and cream. Nice results with pretty much any coffee that I roast to medium.
Maybe a little pricey for some, but I've used a (ceramic) Hario V60 for a number of years with god results. They also make a smaller size which is perfect for pouring one mug of coffee directly into your favorite mug.
I would love to hear more about this. I have a 1970 black handle that I purchased as I graduated from college that year. The metal polishes up nicely, but the handle looks a little sketchy. Do you know someone who does recoating?