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Pour Over

With pour over coffee, you have complete control over the water temperature, water flow, and coffee-to-water ratio. This allows you to fine-tune the brewing process to get the exact flavour profile you're looking for. The pour over method produces a clean, bright, and well-balanced cup of coffee with distinct flavour notes. This is because the slow and steady water flow allows for a more even extraction of the coffee oils and flavours, resulting in a clean and complex cup of coffee.

Choosing a pour over coffee dripper involves considering several factors such as the material, size, shape, filter type, and design.

Pour over coffee drippers come in a variety of materials such as ceramic, glass, plastic, and metal. Ceramic and glass are popular options as they don't retain heat or odour, and are easy to clean. Metal drippers like stainless steel are durable and can retain heat well, but they may add a metallic taste to your coffee.

Drippers come in different sizes, and the right size depends on your coffee brewing needs. If you're brewing coffee for one or two people, a smaller dripper like a Cafec 1 Cup Flower Dripper or Cafec 1-2 Cup Trapezoid Dripper may be suitable. If you're brewing for a larger group, a bigger dripper like the Cafec 2 Cup Flower Dripper or Cafec Deep Dripper may be a better choice.

The shape of the dripper can affect the brewing process and the flavour of your coffee. For example, conical drippers like the Hario V60 and Chemex allow for faster water flow and produce a bright, clean cup of coffee. Flat-bottom drippers like the Kalita Wave produce a more even extraction and a balanced cup of coffee. The type of filter you use can affect the flavour of your coffee. Paper filters produce a clean and crisp cup of coffee, while metal filters produce a fuller-bodied and richer cup. Some pour over drippers like the Aeropress and Clever Dripper come with their own filters, while others require specific filter sizes.

Pour over drippers come in various designs, from simple and traditional to modern and colorful. Consider the design and aesthetics of the dripper, especially if you plan to use it as a decorative piece in your kitchen.

Ultimately, the choice of pour over dripper depends on your personal preferences, brewing style, and the flavour profile you're looking for. Experimenting with different drippers, filters, and brewing techniques can help you find the perfect cup of pour over coffee.

Pour over coffee is a simple and satisfying way to make coffee at home that offers complete control over the brewing process and produces a delicious, clean, and balanced cup of coffee.