A Sowden SoftBrew is a simple coffee brewing device which was invented in Italy in 2010 by designer George Sowden. Unlike the French press, the SoftBrew filter does not need "pressing", thus the coffee supposedly benefits from full contact with the water at all times.
The SoftBrew teapot uses a concept similar to SoftBrew coffee – a stainless steel filter to hold the tea leaves is an integral part of the product.
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