We’ve taken you through brewing the perfect Chemex, the most delicious French Press and now it’s time to learn how to brew the perfect pour over, a method that’s growing in popularity. People always ask us what’s the big difference between, the Chemex, and the V60 Pour Over – in reality, not that much! It’s simple, easy and quick!
Step 1 Heat filtered water until it reaches a boil and then remove from heat for 30-45 seconds, allowing the water to reach the ideal temperature of 205 degrees.
Step 2 Measure 2 rounded tablespoons of whole bean coffee for every 6 ounces of water used in brewing.
Step 3 While water is heating, grind the coffee to a medium-coarse size. The grind should be fine enough to stick together if pinches, but remain large enough to be seen as individual grounds.
Step 4 Place unbleached paper filter in the top of your pour over.
Step 5 Pour small amount of hot water into unfilled filter and discard the water from carafe.
Step 6 Pour freshly ground coffee into the filter.
Step 7 Slowly pour water into the center of the grounds, and in a circular pattern, work your way to the outer edge towards the filter. Wait 30 seconds for coffee to absorb and expand before adding any additional water.
Step 8 Continue slowly pouring water into the grounds using previously mentioned circular motion. Maintain a slow but steady pace of pouring to ensure water level is consistent in the grounds throughout process.
After fully draining, remove the filter and enjoy a delicious cup of Grounds & Hounds coffee!
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