Pourover is a simple way of brewing coffee at home, and results in a clean, light cup. For best results, use a gooseneck kettle so you can control the flow of water (a teapot with a long spout will also work).
- 15g coffee
- 250g water
- V60 cone (Kalita brewer or similar device will also work)
- Paper filter
- Grind the coffee to medium-fine (about the coarseness of table salt).
- Boil water (95-98 degrees celsius).
- Place filter in V60 and rinse.
- Put your ground coffee in the V60.
- Give it a bit of a shake to make a flat bed.
- Set up V60 on a mug or carafe and place on scales.
- Start the timer and pour in 60-70g water in a steady, circular motion
- Stir the slurry well, ensuring there are no dry pockets
- After 30 seconds, or just before the water finishes draining, pour again up to 130g. Slow, circular pour is recommended.
- After 1 minute, pour again up to 250g
- Your brew should finish around 2:30 mins. Enjoy!