I’m so excited to be sharing about a new product and company that I’m completely in love with and want everyone to know about: The Coffee Registry. When I first saw a photo of one of these pour over stands on Instagram, I was fascinated by the design and knew I just had to work with David! My perfect pour over stand: it’s adjustable (so I can brew just a single cup and it stays hotter), is handcrafted, and is oh-so-beautiful that I keep it out on display. I love waking up each morning and taking the time to brew that single cup. Some people complain that it takes too long, but it’s a beautiful process that’s quickly become part of my morning routine.
I wanted to give David a chance to share with A Daily Something readers about what inspires him and his brand! Here’s a bit from David:
The Coffee Registry began when we discovered an opportunity to change the world through something as simple as the coffee we drink. I was initially drawn into coffee roasting because of the craft of it, a skill that is honed over a lifetime. Soon after we started delivering coffee by cargo bike, and have expanded to include designing and fabricating pour over stands. We meticulously source, design, and fabricate so that every aspect has been cared for by hand. It is our hope that crafting well shows our passion and intent to serve someone and place them in a position of honor.
Honestly, the first pour over stand was made for our home, a steel version of The Clerk, because my wife and I have different sized mugs. We wanted something that was utilitarian but also could be left out on our countertop, a mix of function and design. The steel was switched to brass and it has since been integrated into our morning ritual. The act of making coffee with the stands acts as a reminder for us to begin each day with intention.
Inspiration comes primarily from people. We come from a long line of craftsmen. They inspire us to pass this along to the next generation. We also find inspiration in being with the people in our community. We love delivering coffee and serving at our local farmer’s market because it gives us a chance to connect with fellow coffee lovers and other local craftsmen. Over the years we have learned a great respect for the people that labor over how our coffee is planted and harvested. Farms that we source beans from take such care in how seeds are sown, trees are pruned for perfect shade, and how their workers and community members are taken care of. Ultimately, this is what inspired us to create a pour over stand that is a beautiful ending to the work of the artisans involved from seed to cup.
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