Pourover Brew Guide

HARIO V60 1 CUP GUIDE

YOU WILL NEED
PREPARATION

Fold the seam of your filter paper before sitting it in your pourover so it sits flat against the side. Place the pourover on top of the carafe and rinse the filter with hot water. This will rid any papery residue from the filter, as well as warming your brewer.
Tip the hot water out and place the carafe and brewer onto the scales and tare.
Add the ground coffee to the filter and give it a gentle shake so it sits flat and even in the filter. Tare again.

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With your pouring kettle, evenly saturate the coffee grinds with a coffee to water ratio of 1:2 (eg. for 15g coffee add 30ml water) and start your timer. Let the coffee bloom for 30 seconds or until the coffee begins to smell sweet.

00:30

After the bloom, start pouring the remainder of your water in small, slow circles. Do this until your scale reads 150ml. Your brew should finish around two to two and a half minutes.

02:30

Serve.





HARIO V60 2 CUP GUIDE

YOU WILL NEED
PREPARATION

Fold the seam of the filter paper before sitting it in the pourover so it sits flat against the side. Place the pourover on top of the carafe and rinse the filter with hot water. This will rid any papery residue from the filter, as well as warming the brewer.
Tip the hot water out and place the carafe and brewer onto the scales and tare.
Add the ground coffee to the filter and give it a gentle shake so it sits flat and even in the filter. Tare again.

00:00

With the pouring kettle, evenly saturate the coffee grinds with a coffee to water ratio of 1:2 (eg. 20g coffee to 40ml water) and start the timer. Let the coffee bloom for 30 seconds or until the coffee begins to smell sweet.

00:30

After the bloom, start pouring the remainder of the water in small, slow circles. Do this until the scale reads 300g. The brew should finish around two and a half to three minutes.

02:30

Serve.



TIPS

If the brew finishes in two minutes and under, or tastes sour or watery, you can use a finer grind of coffee, or increase your dose by a couple of grams. If the brew is too slow or bitter tasting, try a coarser grind.

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