FAQ v3

The Hario V60 is a cone-shaped coffee dripper known for its unique design, which includes spiral ridges and a large single hole for optimized coffee extraction.

The Hario V60 is popular due to its superior design, which allows for excellent control over the brewing process, leading to a richer and fuller-bodied coffee. Its simplicity, affordability, and versatility also contribute to its popularity.

To brew coffee with a Hario V60, you'll need freshly ground coffee, a filter, and hot water. Place the filter in the V60, add the coffee grounds, then pour hot water over the grounds in a circular motion.

For the Hario V60, a medium-fine grind size, similar to granulated sugar, is typically recommended for optimal extraction.

A good starting point is to use 1 gram of coffee per 15-18 milliliters of water. For a standard cup, this would equate to roughly 20-22 grams of coffee for 300-330 milliliters of water.

The ideal water temperature for brewing coffee with the Hario V60 is between 195 and 205 degrees Fahrenheit (90-96 degrees Celsius).

Hario products, including the V60, are made in Japan, and they are well-known for their high-quality and precise craftsmanship.

Yes, the Hario V60 is very versatile and can be used for single cup brewing. Simply adjust the amount of coffee and water you use according to the size of the cup.

The Hario V60 can be rinsed with warm water after each use. For a deeper clean, it can be washed with a mild detergent and a soft sponge, then thoroughly rinsed and dried.

Hario recommends using their specially designed V60 filters. They are available in both paper and metal varieties, depending on your personal preference.

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