Carita says that orders from overseas continue to increase against the backdrop of the global hand drip boom. It seems that this collaboration came from the desire to "connect the company's sales activities to the revitalization of Japan's regions and industries."
Kalita's dripper, which is particular about controlling the filtration rate, features a unique "three-hole structure" that installs three holes at the bottom. The new dripper has protrusions and deeply carved ribs that allow the filter to float properly, and it seems that this design was pursued more precisely.
In addition, by using high-strength ceramic, it is thin enough to be seen through when exposed to light. The curves and edges drawn are sharper, and the logo mark is more beautifully expressed.
Detailed information such as the product release date will be released on the special page "& Kalita" and the official Karita website.