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Hario Coffee Dripper V60 - White Ceramic

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Regular Price: $18.82

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Quick Overview

An excellent and delightfully fresh cup of single-serve coffee starts with the Hario Coffee Dripper V60. Crafted in sleek white 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.



Hario Coffee Dripper - White Ceramic

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An excellent and delightfully fresh cup of single-serve coffee starts with the Hario Coffee Dripper V60. Crafted in sleek white 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.

Sizes Available: Small (01) Medium (02)

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

Pros
  • Great Build Quality - The Hario Coffee Dripper V60 is designed with utmost quality.
  • Excellent Taste - Simply put, coffee brewed using the Hario Coffee Dripper V60 is excellent
  • Easy to Use - Using this single-serve Coffee Dripper is extremely simple
Cons
  • Separation - With this product, the brew and serve vessels are separate from each other
Ease of Use 5
Ease of Care and Maintenance 5
Overall Value for the Money 4
How Does it Compare?

These ceramic drippers are extremely durable and maintain the best heat transfer, resulting in a hotter beverage.

Tips and Tricks

Sizes Available: Small (01) Medium (02)

Width Small (01): 4.0 inches | Medium (02): 4.5 inches
Height Small (01): 3.25 inches | Medium (02): 3.875 inches
Material Ceramic
Manufacturer Hario

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Hario Coffee Dripper V60 - White Ceramic
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A shopper asked: The Hario v60 01 vs. the 02. Is the diameter of the opening at the base the same for both? Jun 2, 2013
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A shopper asked: Which ceramic cup produces the best cup of coffee: the "one hole" pour over cup or the" two hole" pour over cup or the 'three hole" pour over cup.? I like very rich and dark coffee so would like to know which kind of pour over cup to get.
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Aug 6, 2014
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j christopher w: IMO the three hole, because more holes allow for the drip speed to be controlled (as it should be) by the paper filter. Here is a synopsis of the relevant research presented in a review article by McCamey et al.:

The perceived bitter taste in the mouth from coffee is correlated to the extent of extraction. The extent of extraction is dependent upon the roast, the mineral content of the water, water temperature, time, grind size, and brewing procedure.

Bitterness is correlated with the total dissolved solids of a coffee.
Robusta coffee contains higher levels of both caffeine and chlorogenic acids, which are partly responsible for bitterness and astringency in coffee.
Caffeine has a distinct bitter taste and has a test threshold of only 75-155 mg/L (60-200 mg/L found by Clarke). However, Voilley considers caffeine to only account for around 10% of the perceived bitterness in coffee.
Hardwick found that the bitterness of caffeine is weakened when polyphenols are introduced.
Maier reported that the sourness of coffee was diminished by increased bitterness.
Astringent and metallic tastes in coffee have been attributed to dicaffeoylquinic acids, but not the monocaffeoylquinic acids (Ohiokpehai et al., 177).
Trigonelline is perceived as bitter at concentrations of 0.25%, whereas chlorogenic acids necessitate a concentration of 0.4% at pH of 5 to be perceived as bitter (Ordynsky, 206). Trigonelline degradation is proportional to roast degree. Its byproducts include pyridines, which are said to contribute a roasty aroma to the coffee.
Quinic acid--a degradation product of chlorogenic acids--is present at twenty times its threshold value and is partly responsible for the perceived bitterness in coffee (McCamey, 176).
Furfuryl alcohol is thought to contribute a burnt and bitter taste to coffee (Shibamoto et al., 311).
Aug 6, 2014
Scott C: I only have the one hole White Ceramic Dripper and it works very well. I think the best way to use these is: the first pour (filtered water) should only cover the grounds (coffee ground fresh), then wait about 30 seconds or so then repeat the pours, being careful to only fill the dripper about the level of the first pour. It will take about two or three more "pours" to finish the cup. I use about 22 or 23 grams of coffee and about 360 ml of water for a cup. Also don't use boiling water, but just below the boiling point. The Hario pot with the long spout works best so as not to disturb the grounds. Be patient and pour slowly for a great cup of java. Aug 6, 2014
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Robert M: Personally I like the pour through open bottom of the hario, but it is very skill dependent, which can be difficult early in the morning. I think the single hole pour over is more forgiving andakes a great cup of coffee. It's also the design used in the Technivorm drip brewer, so it must be good. Aug 22, 2014
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Gene P: I prefer the single-hole models but I think you could achieve the results you're looking for with any of them by experimenting with grind & weight & water ratio. I use 16 grams of coffee to every 225 grams of 205 degree water. Aug 6, 2014
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KATHLEEN M: I liked the single "one hole." Regardless, the pour over is the best coffee ever, you can't go wrong, but keep it simple, one cup at a time. Aug 6, 2014
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Khai A: three hole pour over Aug 6, 2014
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Warranty Information for the Hario Coffee Dripper V60

What it Covers:

Pour over coffee makers and grinders

Length: 1 Year
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

The Great SCG Pour Over Competition
Plastic vs Ceramic Pour Overs
Field Trip: Roustabout - Edwin Demonstrates Hario Pour Over

Fantastically good cup of pour over coffee

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I am not excessively fussy, but I do notice the difference in coffee made with the Hario dripper and coffee made with an identical recipe in the Aerobie AeroPress. The Hario coffee is richer and smoother. I make it one cup at a time, using two scoops of medium-fine grind coffee. Using water right off the boil, I pre-heat the dripper, the filter, the mug and a Coffee Joulie. I do a leisurely controlled pour over, just the way they show you in the videos. Having the Coffee Joulie in the cup keeps the coffee warm right down to the last drop. Can't ask for more (unless what you really wanted was an espresso!). The Hario.does a much better job than the Melitta, and stay away from anything made with plastic - period.

(Posted on 8/19/14)

Simply coffee

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Works great. YouTube video was helpful for tips like pre-warming cup with hot water. Makes a very good cup of coffee! SCG had the best price.

(Posted on 1/26/14)

great!

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Makes a great cup of coffee. Strong without bitterness. (Had been using a Melitta one-cup plastic funnel) Order processing and delivery to Michigan was fast!! With the least expense delivery method, I was using this product 48 hours after I ordered it!!

(Posted on 11/8/13)

Great coffee

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Perfect for single person. Ordered 2, one as gift and 2nd for myself. Beats auto-drip coffee maker! First time ordering from SCG -- impressed with ease and speed. My order shipped same day. Online videos are informative as well as entertaining--appreciate the detailed instructions.

(Posted on 12/27/12)

Hario Drippers

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It's Christmas at my house and I have a lot of coffee lovers. I stocked up on some fresh roasted coffee and, fortunately, have three Hario drippers (one ceramic and two glass ones). The Hario kettle is a "must own". I weigh my coffee and water. I have three pour overs going at one time. These things are great. Be sure you have plenty of filters.

(Posted on 12/24/12)

dripping everywhere

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Great looks, easy to care for, and makes fantastic coffee. But, I find it interesting that none of the engineers who worked on the design noticed that when the coffee comes out from the bottom it goes everywhere. It would be so easy to sort out this problem. Just by having a bevelled edge at the bottom. I just wonder why they don`t do it, and if that`s the kind of problem they let happen, so that later people will buy a new version with the problem sorted out.

(Posted on 12/11/12)

Works very well

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We loved the pour-over coffee we made using this coffee dripper. I am about to order a few more so we can have a complete pour-over station at our farmers' market.

Pros:
Easy To Use, Easy To Clean

Cons:

(Posted on 4/24/12)

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