The Bee House Ceramic Coffee Dripper comes in 9 different colors and functions a little differently than the above pour overs.
Instead of having a coffee filter positioned directly over a large opening to a bottom chamber or coffee mug, the Bee House has a flat bottom with 2 holes from which coffee drips into your mug.
With its flat-bottom design, the Bee House Dripper takes single-use standard paper #2 filters, though you can also get by with a standard #4 coffee filter. This pour over coffee maker also is dishwasher safe, which makes it a ton easier to maintain than the Hario Drip Pot above.
Compared to the Hario V60, which is compatible with mugs up to 4 inches in diameter, the Bee House Dripper is compatible with mugs from 2.75-3.75 inches.
Oddly (and annoyingly) the base of this coffee maker is oval, which makes it a little less steady than the Hario V60.
Add in this coffee maker’s extra weight (the 14.4 oz Bee House weighs twice the Hario V60) and balancing it on top of your mug can be a little bit…unnerving.