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Hario Drip Pot, 240ml

by Hario
4.6 out of 5 stars 43 customer reviews
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  • 1-2 cup size
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Product Description

Rich professional coffee taste. The stylish wood neck pot delivers a professional experience. In Japanese, Hario means "King of Glass".

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.4 x 6.9 x 3.9 inches ; 10.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0006HINCE
  • Item model number: DPW-1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,782 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Yeah, this coffee maker is small. But being the only coffee drinker in my house, it's not a problem! I've been using a french press or Chemex for awhile now. I really thought that the Chemex could not be beat until I brewed with this. It produces a seriously clean cup of coffee and has a reusable cloth filter. I still haven't figured out how long the cloth filter lasts, but I read on various websites that regularly boiling it could have it last from months to a whole year. I keep it in a ziplock bag in the refrigerator between uses. I've used it about a dozen times and the filter has pretty minimal staining.

I cannot stress how essential this (or even a Chemex) is for making iced coffee. This recipe is a must try with the Hario Woodneck. http://tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/06/10/ristretto-on-the-rocks/
Beware! It DOES use the connoisseur's brewing ratio so if you're used to a weaker, watery cup of coffee you will be in for a caffeine shock. However, this produces the smoothest, most flavorful iced coffee I've ever had. It will be better than anything you can get in a coffee shop; I promise.

Using a kitchen scale is also a must for the Hario Woodneck, if you're a real coffee snob. When you have a nice pot like this that produces a miraculous cup of coffee, it would be a waste to not add an extra small step to your morning routine (and it makes a huge difference). Weigh your coffee, and weigh your water in grams as your pour into the woodneck. It beats measuring water before pouring it into your kettle, or eyeballing the amount of coffee you're brewing. It makes for a seriously consistent cup of coffee time after time.

I cannot say anything bad about the Hario Woodneck, except for maybe it's size.
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This setup makes an amazing cup of coffee. A little bit of an extra step but worth it.
Cons: A little expensive but if you like good coffee a worthwhile investment.
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i normally use a chemex to brew our morning coffee for me and my husband, but decided to get a smaller pot for when i need to make just one cup for myself. while a bit fussy to assemble, take apart and clean, i've learned to love this pot. it makes a clean cup of coffee and is actually easier than the chemex (which takes a lot of practice) to get a good, non-bitter extraction each time. i love that the filter is reusable - i store it in a smaller tupperware after i wash it - a little extra step there to clean and store, but i like the fact that i don't have to waste a filter for just one cup of coffee!
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Perfect for 2 cups of coffee! so easy to use, and reusable filter!
looks pretty cool on my counter too :)

love all hario products!
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I love that you don't have to buy paper filters. Makes a great cup of coffee. Do be warned though that you need to keep your filter wet. Apparently if it dries out it makes the coffee taste weird. I bought the Hario Ceramic Coffee Mill to go with this and they both arrived fast.
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I enjoy making coffee with different methods: Chemex, Clever, Aeropress, Kone, Impress. I have been getting the best results from this Hario Drip Pot. It lets the oils come through without the sediment. The flavor that I get with this method is the best of the different methods that I have tried. I think the difference is in the cloth filter. It's easy to use and clean.
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I have a vacuum brewer, a Chemex, a French Press and this little guy and I think this one makes the cleanest cup of all. Takes a few runs to get used to it, but it is a nice addition to my collection.
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The drip pot makes wonderful coffee, and it does so with style. Not only that, it is a pleasure to brew with, from the rinsing and preheating to the pouring and filter duties (yes, even those). It produces a clean, versatile, completely grounds-free cup. On top of that, you can be as particular about your pour as you like, and the cup will only go up from "enjoyable" to "I need to sit down in a quiet place and drink this." For that reason, it easily doubles as a coffee maker for both a quick work-week morning and a slow weekend brunch. It can produce enough for two cups (just fill past the line in the middle... if you dare). The glass itself is strong enough to survive bumps against cabinets, mugs, and the kitchen sink, but not a fall from the counter. That's all right, though---it makes for an easy Christmas present idea, and I can manage with my AeroPress until then.
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