Hario V60 Glass Coffee Dripper, Size 01, Brown

August 18, 2018 - Comment

One of the most popular glass inventions from Hario is their glass coffee dripper, the Hario V60. The Hario V60 is a cone pour-over brewer which has been specially designed to produce an evenly brewed cup of coffee. The V60 is one of the most popular manual coffee brewers on the market today. Product Features

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One of the most popular glass inventions from Hario is their glass coffee dripper, the Hario V60. The Hario V60 is a cone pour-over brewer which has been specially designed to produce an evenly brewed cup of coffee. The V60 is one of the most popular manual coffee brewers on the market today.

Product Features

  • Perfect for single cup brewing
  • Pour-over brewing method allows you to brew the coffee directly into the cup or server
  • Hands-on brewing allows you, the user, to control brewing time and temperature
  • Made of the best heat resistant borosilicate glass from Hario
  • Professional Experience. Size 01: 1-2 cups, Size 02: 1-4 cups, Size 03: 1-6 cups

Comments

BeachGuy says:

Best Coffee Dripper Out There, but follow 3 important steps I have had the Hario Size 3 for three years and it holds size four filters nicely. This is the finest glass coffee dripper I have ever used. However, the exit hole at the bottom of the glass dripper is a full 3/4 inch hole so the coffee exits quickly. To brew the best cup of Joe with the Hario you must follow a few important steps and you will have the best cup of coffee you ever had. I use the tried and true method of Nick Cho the “Coffee Scientist”. First, you MUST use a finer grind, like sugar, and then you must ‘Wet the coffee”. You see, when you introduce the coffee grounds to the hot water, the trapped CO2 in the ground bean must be able to escape and bubble out. The problem is that if carbon dioxide gas is going out, water isn’t able to get in. So you must “Bloom” the coffee. As you start your pouring the water over the ground beans, you’ll want to add just enough brewing water to wet all of the grounds and then stop pouring. Let the coffee absorb that…

G. Sanders says:

Nice, but buy the 02 for greater flexibility and room for brewing

Josh in California says:

Better than Chemex, Katlia Wave and Aeopress

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