An excellent and delightfully fresh cup of single-serve coffee starts with the Hario Coffee Dripper V60. Crafted in sleek chocolate ceramic, Hario intended this pour over for brewing one cup of coffee or, depending on the size you select, several cups at a time to share with friends.
How the Hario Coffee Dripper V60 Works
The pour-over technique allows you to brew directly into your cup or server. While techniques may vary among users, below is an overview of the pour-over's general process.
- Grind your coffee beans and preheat your dripper and vessel
- Set the dripper atop or above your vessel
- Place the appropriate paper or cloth filter into the Hario Coffee Dripper V60
- Add ground coffee depending on your specific taste preferences
- Pour the desired amount of preheated (anywhere from 195° to 205°) water over the coffee grounds, allowing the brewed coffee to drip down into your vessel
|Ease of Use||5|
|Ease of Care and Maintenance||5|
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Ceramic drippers are extremely durable and maintain the best heat transfer, resulting in a hotter beverage.
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Warranty Information for the Hario Coffee Dripper V60
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Pour over coffee makers and grinders
|Who Supports the Warranty:||Sungarden Tea|
|Warranty Contact Information:||626.202.0323|
|Eligible for SCG Extended Warranty?||No|
Caring for the Hario Coffee Dripper V60
Hand wash as needed with hot water and soap.
Videos Featuring the Hario Coffee Dripper V60
Perfect dripperReview by Nate
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This dripper was perfect for what I wanted. It has become part of my personal traveling coffee shop for work trips. And, it looks nice!
(Posted on 8/14/13)
A convenient cup of coffeeReview by Sleeper
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Given that the unit is small, I use a one cup pyrex measuring cup with a decent pour spout. I use a fine grind so that the water will flow slowly enough. I would not recomend buying ground coffee. I make adjustments with my grinder to get the coffee to brew the right amount of time so that I do not over or under extract. I make a depression in the center of the ground coffee sitting inside the Hario filter. I bring the water to boil in the microwave and let it cool to 205F. I pour the water slowly and evenly wet the grounds. Because I use a fine grind, I brew around 90 seconds.
Great Taste, Easy To Clean, Easy To Use
(Posted on 3/31/12)