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Hario Buono V60 Drip Kettle: Shaped like a beehive, this stylish stainless steel kettle is ideal for making pour-over drip coffee. A slender spout and easy-grip black handle allow for more precise flow when pouring. The stainless steel kettle holds 0.8 to 1.2 liters and can be used directly on the stove top. 5¾" tall X 10¾" wide x 3" deep. Dishwasher safe.
V60 Glass Dripper Filter Cone: This glass filter cone from Hario is specifically designed for brewing pour-over drip coffee. The cone’s curved ridges help control water flow as it interacts with coffee grounds. Made of heatproof glass, it is dishwasher safe. Base is 4 inches across. Made in Japan.
V60 Paper Filters: These paper filters from Hario are designed specifically to work with the V60 Glass Dripper Filter Cone. Each box contains 40 filters.
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Pour-Over Coffee Brewing
Ingredients and Supplies
• 18 oz of fresh, filtered water
• 4 tablespoons of coffee, ground fresh for cone filter
• Hario V60 drip brewer
• Hario V60 filters
• Hario Buono Drip Kettle
• 14 oz capacity mug
1. Bring freshly drawn, filtered cold water in the Buono Kettle to a boil.
2. Fold Hario filter on seam and place filter in V60 on top of mug. Rinse the filter with hot water to minimize papery flavors. Discard water, returning rinsed V60 on top of mug.
3. Measure the grounds into the filter.
4. Pour water slowly over to saturate all grounds until the first drips drop into the cup. The grounds will puff up and deflate slightly. Wait about 15 seconds for this stage of extraction called the “bloom”.
5. Resume pouring water, in the center of the V60, making a small counter-clockwise circle with stream.
6. Allow the coffee to filter through completely before enjoying.
7. Total brew time is 2 to 2:45 minutes, including bloom.
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