Hot Water... Possibly the most underrated aspect of your coffee brewing routine, but one with the utmost importance. If your water is too hot, you can sear your grounds, resulting in overly bitter or tannic notes in your coffee. If your water isn't hot enough, you won't extract as many of the possible aromatics and tasting notes from your coffee.
The sweet spot for brewing coffee is between 190º-205º, but often when we're in a rush we simply grab hot water and start pouring.With the Hario Electric Gooseneck Kettle, you'll have the convenience of heating your water with the flip of a switch, and won't need to monitor the process.
The Hario Kettle automatically turns off when the water reaches boiling. Simply let the kettle sit for :45 seconds after the heating process completes, and you'll be all set to brew the perfect cup at the perfect temperature! If you forget that your coffee is heating and leave the room for too long (happens to us all of the time), you can simply push the switch back into the "On" position and bring your water quickly back to a boil.
Additionally, with the gooseneck spout, you'll be able to perfectly control your pour no matter the brewing method you choose. If you're a pour-over fanatic and you'd never previously used a gooseneck spout, you're in for a treat with this electric kettle. You can perfectly pour and control the water flow when working through the bloom and subsequent steps with your Hario V60 or Chemex.
t’s time for our favorite, and most important post of the season! Teaming up with some of our favorite rescues, here are 12 amazing pups that need a little extra help finding their forever home. Even if you’re not ready for a new pup in your life, sharing their stories could lead them to the perfect family #rescuehappiness
Welcome, fellow dog lovers, to the ultimate guide for an adventurous day out with your best friend! We've scoured the United States to bring you the top ten dog parks where your pups can run, play, and socialize.
The holiday season is a time for love, family, and comfort. Unfortunately, countless pups must spend the holidays alone in the shelter simply waiting for the perfect family to give them a second chance.