I just received it before the weekend. It's called the Dose or "Ecobrew". I was pleasantly surprised. It's basically a pourover coffee/tea (although I'm not sure how well tea would work in it because it needs to steep) setup that is made for a wide-mouth pint Mason jar and when not in use the whole kit fits inside the jar for easy transport. I'll post pics in a reply. I got the complete package containing an Ecojarz silicone coffee lid that converts a Mason jar into a sippy cup (these are for sale now on the site), the pourover cup/filter itself, a reusable cloth filter for inside the filter cup, a plate that sits on top of the Mason jar and accepts the filter cup as you pour-over, a flat stainless steel disc that works like a plug in this plate so you can put everything inside the Mason jar when you're done and transport it without spilling any leftover liquid, and a second little screen with a handle that goes inside the filter cup. I'm not sure what this piece is for or how to use it, honestly. I think it probably has to do with the tea but it beats me. I didn't use the second screen or the cloth filter. I use a Chemex most mornings and my current coffee is ground relatively fine, like a typical drip grind. My guess was that the water would filter WAY too quickly through it, but in fact the opposite was true. I could've gone with a coarser grind. Even with a fairly fine grind I had no sediment in my cup. I ground 30 grams of coffee and poured 450 grams of water through it. Even way overextracted it tasted great, a testament to using high quality beans. It worked as intended and it fits great in the Mason jar. The silicone Ecojarz sippy converter works awesome, no drips. All I need to add to this is a Neoprene jar coozie (which can be had online if you do a quick Google search) and a stainless steel Mason lid ring, which Ecojarz is making for pre-order (not sure when they're supposed to ship, though). I have a little Bonavita travel electric kettle and I think the Mason jar setup will fit completely inside it (it sits at work, so I have yet to verify this), and if it does all I need is some coffee to get this working awesomely. Question is whether to grind coffee at home for a few days of travel (it's just weekend business stuff) or to just use the in-room coffee supplied in my own setup, avoiding the possibly gross in-room coffee machine?