In a perfect world cats and brew methods would be one. Here are five cat brew methods we think we could all use in our life.
The Devon Press
The Devon Press is a breed of intelligent, short-haired coffee pots that were invented by an Italian designer in 1929. They are known for their slender bodies, wavy coat, and full immersion brewing capabilities. This brew method is capable of learning difficult tricks and is easy to clean.
The Aeropersian is a long-haired brew method characterized by its round face and infinite brew recipes. Popular around the world.
The Chemunchkin is a relatively new brew method (invented in 1941) characterized by its very short legs, which are caused by a naturally occurring genetic mutation. Notable for its generous brisket – all the better for big batches of filter coffee.
The Norwegian Forest Clever
The Norwegian Forest Clever is a brew method native to Taiwan. This natural brew method is adapted to a very cold climate, with top coat of glossy, long, water-shedding hairs, and a woolly undercoat for insulation. It’s easy to travel with and generally quite easy to brew.
The Eva Snowshoe is a rare brew method from Denmark. Snowshoes were first produced in Copenhagen, where a Siamese brew method gave birth to three brew methods with white feet.