Coffee Brewing Tools
From the AeroPress to the classic Bialetti, we've collected a list of our favourite filter coffee brewing gear and equipment. Ideal for coffee gifts and home brewing.
Grinders, coffee makers, and much more can be found here. You'll need these coffee tools to produce cafe-quality coffee at home.
We hand-picked the best coffee brewing equipment for creating delicious coffee at home and at work.
By popular demand we have launched our own branded puck screens - 58mm diameter - 100μm (microns)
The AeroPress is a device for brewing coffee invented in 2005 by Aerobie president Alan Adler. The coffee is steeped for between 10-50 seconds (depending on grind and preferred strength) and then forced through a filter by pressing the plunger through the tube. The filters used...
The AeroPress Go travel coffee maker is engineered to fuel an active lifestyle. It gives coffee lovers everything they need to conveniently brew superb coffee anywhere they want. Like the original AeroPress, the AeroPress Go brews American, espresso, and cold...
This filter is made of 100% stainless steel; odourless and tasteless, it filters without tarnishing the taste of your extraction. Additionally these reusable filters reduce waste and the minimize absorption of essential oils. The holes are laser cut with precision...
The Iconic Moka Express has become a staple in many home in Australia, Italy and worldwide. Simple, convenient and resulting in a full flavoured coffee, the Bialetti is hard to beat. The Moka produces a rich, authentic espresso in just...
The Iconic Bialetti has become a staple in many home in Australia, Italy and worldwide. Simple, convenient and resulting in a full flavoured coffee, the Bialetti is hard to beat. The Must produces a rich, authentic espresso in just minutes. The Stainless...
The Iconic Bialetti has become a staple in many home in Australia, Italy and worldwide. Simple, convenient and resulting in a full flavoured coffee, the Bialetti is hard to beat. The Venus produces a rich, authentic espresso in just minutes....
Australia’s Largest Range of Coffee Brewing Tools & Equipment
A coffee kitchen appliance can be as small as a Bialetti stainless steel stovetop, to a capsule coffee machine. Coffee lovers cannot just have one apparatus, most see themselves purchasing a home brewing kit such as a V60 filter setup or splashing some cash on an espresso machine!
Let us pick the right coffee maker for you because quality coffee at home is just a click away.
What is Brewing?
Pouring hot water over ground coffee beans and letting it to brew is how brewed coffee is prepared. A filter, a percolator, or a French press can all be used to accomplish this.
The art form stays the same but the coffee beans and products are advancing at a fast rate. Every year there is a new product that coffee lovers cannot resist buying, whether it is a new style of filter dripper or the latest colour trends applied to your coffee maker. As new products are released, more boutique and fancy coffees are released which will need only the eBay products to control variables such as the temperature of the water, the weight of the beans or total brewing time.
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At Dolo we prefer manual brewing. We cannot resist a single-origin made coffee with an electric kettle and V60 Kit, but we understand that taste is subjective and that is why we offer a wide range of coffee makers.
We offer tools for espresso machines as well as automatic coffee machines for all you coffee lovers out there.
Try the latest in coffee brewing with our products from Hario and TiAmo, such as the 400ml server or a trendy new colour of V60 dripper by HARIO
If you need a Buying guide for your next coffee maker, call or message us so we can help pick the right one for you.
Coffee Brewing Machine FAQs
Which method of coffee brewing is best?
The most delicate and the one with the most taste is pour-over coffee, made with drip coffee makers or filter coffee makers
Is it cheaper to brew your own coffee?
A stovetop setup or french press is the cheapest and easiest way to get a cup of coffee
What's the difference between a coffee maker and a coffee machine?
A coffee maker makes it for you while a coffee machine has a manual element to it.
What tool does a barista use?
Grinders, dosing tools, barista scales and commercial coffee machines are at the top of the list.