Hario V60 Pour Over Brew Guide

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How to make Hario V60 Pour Over coffee


Hario V60: Mastering the Art of Pour-Over Coffee

Dreaming of barista-worthy coffee at home? The Hario V60 pour-over brewer offers an elegant and versatile solution, perfect for coffee enthusiasts seeking to perfect their pour-over technique. With a Hario V60 and a fresh coffee subscription, you'll have everything you need to explore the nuances of different coffee beans and master the art of extraction.

This pour-over method rewards precision. By slowly pouring the hot water over the coffee grounds, you unlock a full spectrum of flavors, tailoring the coffee experience to your unique preferences. The entire process takes about three minutes for a 10oz cup, giving you the time to perfect your pour-over technique.

Hario V60 Pour Over Brew Guide

WATER 250ml at 93 - 96° (Just off the boil)

1. Place the paper filter into the cone and rinse with hot water to wash out any paper flavour. This will also pre-heat the cone.
2. Place V60 and cup/server on scales.
3. Bring filtered water to a boil and let it sit until it reaches temperature range.
4. Add ground coffee to the cone and settle for an even coffee bed. Your grind should be a Medium grind size (similar to sand). Tare scales.
5. Pour in enough water to just cover coffee grinds, (approx. 50g). Start timer.
6. Wait 30 seconds and add another 100g of water in a circular motion. Once half the water has almost drained through (approx. 15-20 seconds), add the reminder of water (another 100g).
7. Decant and serve.

Brew time approx. 2:30 minutes


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