Advice The perfect pour over is personal. Don't be afraid to play around and adjust the grind size of your coffee to taste. If the brew takes longer than 3 min, adjust your grinder to make the coffee coarser. If the coffee is running too fast, then make the coffee finer.
This recipe serves two people.
Step 1 Place a filter paper in the brewer and pre-wet.
Step 2 Grind 20g of coffee to a medium/coarse grind. All of our coffees are available to buy pre-ground if you don't own a grinder.We like this one from Timemore.
Step 3 Set up your brewer over a glass carafe or large mug and place on a set of scales. Add the ground coffee to the brewer.
Step 4 Fill your kettle and boil to your desired temperature (we recommend 95 degrees).
Step 5 Now it's time to start pouring. Start the timer and pour 75 grams of water within the first 30 seconds. Pour slowly, and in a circular motion. Repeat this step after 30 seconds.
Step 6 Once you get to 1 minute, pour over the remaining 150 grams of water bringing you to a total of 300 grams. Finish pouring between 2 minutes 30 seconds and 3 minutes. Give the brewer a swirl and let drain.
Step 7 Allow the coffee to cool slightly before sipping.
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