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Hario Drip Pot

SKU# CSC850A0300

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$35.95

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Quick Overview

The Hario Drip Pot has dramatically altered the single-serving drip coffee process, eliminating the mess and stress of balancing your dripper over your cup.

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The Hario Drip Pot has dramatically altered the single-serving drip coffee process, eliminating the mess and stress of balancing your dripper over your cup. Hario's Drip Pot unit is self-contained, ready to brew and works great with paper-saving Hario cloth filters.

How the Hario Drip Pot Works

  • Add fine drip ground coffee to the cloth filter, pour hot water to fill and then allow it to seep through into the carafe below.

Pros
  • Uses Cloth Filters - The Hario Drip Pot uses cloth filters, which cut down on paper waste and provide an extremely smooth finish to your coffee
  • Very Durable - You'll love the performance and longevity of Hario's Drip Pot
  • Easy to Use - Brewing your single-serving drip coffee is a simple and stress-free process
Cons
  • Fewer Coffee Oils - While there's no doubt the Hario Drip Pot makes a fantastic cup of coffee, some users may find coffee oils are reduced with this product
Ease of Use 4
Ease of Care and Maintenance 3
Overall Value for the Money 4
How Does it Compare? With the cloth pour-over option, you'll find fewer coffee oils.
Tips and Tricks To get the best, most delicious results from your Hario Drip Pot, keep the cloth filter washed and moist in your refrigerator.
Width 240ml: 3.625 inches | 480ml: 4.0 inches
Height 240ml: 6.5 inches | 480ml: 7.625 inches
Material Glass
Manufacturer Hario

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Hario Drip Pot
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A shopper asked: What grind should you use with this? Dec 16, 2013
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Michael M: Unfortunately, I have been too busy lately to get to know my Hario so I cannot speak with any degree of authority regarding this question. I can say that I use a coarse-to-medium grind for my Chemex and I will likely start with a similar grind for the Hario. Dec 18, 2013
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Leslie C: I used the same setting I use for pour overs.A fine grind. It works out well and gives a nice flavor, not too strong, but definitely not too watery. Dec 17, 2013
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Yasaman M: The coffee should be ground very coarsely – about as coarse as is required for French press.

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Dec 17, 2013
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Marsha L H: I use a #9 grind or ask the attendant to grind for a cloth filter. Either way works great. Dec 17, 2013
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GRANT G: Same as with any paper filter. A medium fine grind to taste Dec 17, 2013
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Jeffrey L: I prefer a fine grind Dec 18, 2013
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Warranty Information for the Hario Drip Pot

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 Drip Pot

Hand wash as needed with hot water and soap.

The Chemex Alternative

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I have both a Chemex (40 oz) and the Hario cloth drip. Price-wise they're nearly identical, produce almost identical cups of coffee, method and time of brewing is identical (relative to size). Hario's pros over Chemex: no paper taste from filter, reusable cloth means you won't find yourself run out of filters, no paper waste from brewing. Cons: only two sizes available (that I've seen), more cleaning afterward, or clean less and use a dirty filter that retains nasty old flavors. Also, storing the cloth damp and refrigerated is a mild hassle.
Otherwise, I love this little system. I use it several times a week and produce the best cups of coffee I've ever enjoyed. My friends who are used to auto-drip are amazed at the quality of the cup produced, and love the "novel" presentation of the brewing method. I would recommend this product to anyone, and I'd gladly buy it again if it ever broke.

(Posted on 6/11/13)

Fine with me

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This is my first coffee brewer purchase because I've just begun to drink coffee regularly, so I don't have any real comparison to make. I wanted a brewer that was glass, pour over, had a cloth filter, and was attractive. This meets all those criteria. The filter is simple to clean and maintain once you make a habit of it. I keep mine in a glass Pyrex bowl with a rubber lid in the fridge.

Couple this with a Chemex glass kettle and you have a nice brewing combo. I opted for the Chemex kettle because I choose glass over stainless whenever possible when it comes to drinks and heat.

Overall the winning factor on this product is the cloth filter.

(Posted on 3/9/13)

Best cup of coffee period

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This will make an excellent, clean cup of coffee.All the unique notes of a particular coffee are highlighted (for better or for worse) with this method, and a good amount of the coffee oils pass through to your cup. In my opinion, the woodneck is better than the Chemex. But, that's just my tastebuds. If you like to purchase expensive coffee (for example, Stumptown or equivalent) then this method guarentees you will experience the coffee beans to their fullest! I like to clean it after every use with soap and water, so it's a bit of a pain to clean. The glass is good quality, but thin and susceptible to breaking. In fact, I broke mine after 2 months due to clumbsiness (knocked it over on its side while making a cup and it shattered). However, the fact that I bought a second one is testament to the quality cup of coffee possible with this set-up.I highly recommend buying a 'gooseneck' kettle. I own the BonaVita electric kettle and highly recommend it as well.

Pros:
Good quality, Aesthetically pleasing, Great Taste

Cons:
Fragile

(Posted on 5/12/12)

This is the best drip coffee maker

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Excellent, nothing better than having a fresh cup of great tasting coffee all the time, everytime. No bitter taste with the natural fabric filter system, consistent cup after cup of glorious hot liquid and pure pleasure knowing what to expect from the first to the last sip. love it!

Pros:
Quick Brewing, Easy To Use, Easy To Clean, Great Taste

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(Posted on 5/3/12)

Best little coffee maker!

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This little coffee maker will bring out all the sweetness and flavor from your coffees. As you pour water over the grounds you can see coffee pouring out from all over the sides and bottom of the filter, this gives you a really even extraction which results in a non-bitter, very smooth brew. I just finished a Kenya that had more complexity when brewed with the Hario drip pot. Combine this with the Hario Buono and you will have consistant pour every time.

Pros:
Very even extraction, Great coffee taste

Cons:
Filter care takes time

(Posted on 4/12/11)

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