The filter cones and cups were slipcast and glazed using white satin and brown tamaku glazes, offering strong connotations to coffee itself. The lower drinking temperature of filter coffee allowed for the removal of a handle from the cup, with a form inspired by the whiskey Dram glasses. A round, robust base to suit a busy cafe environment with a slightly tapering opening to increase aromas. The cone takes on a hexagonal form to assist in water flow while performing the pour over, offering enough restriction to allow brewing. Taking cues from espresso, a stainless steel spout can be added to the cone to allow brewing of 2 cups, tackling the issue of the slower process that is pour over coffee.