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- 1-2 cup size
- Hario heat treated glass
- Easy to use
- Easy to Clean
- Imported from Japan
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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.Read more ›
Cons: A little expensive but if you like good coffee a worthwhile investment.
Is it worth all this fuss? Quite simply, yes. I tried the one out that I bought for my friend and found it to be one of the most satisfactory brewing methods for pourover that I've experienced. It's a method that truly allows the character of the coffee to be fully realized in your cup. It's also a rather nice-looking adaptation of the traditional Brazilian brewing method by Japanese company, Kalita.
Definitely give this a try. I'm assuming you've got a 0.1g scale and a decent burr grinder, also, as these are necessary adjuncts to this stylish drip pot in the pursuit of pourover coffee excellence. You could do worse by a long shot.
looks pretty cool on my counter too :)
love all hario products!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved this little pot. It reintroduced me to the simple, straightforward goodness of the pour over method, after years of automatic drip. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sassafras
When I first got this I was not sure that it was what I wanted. I decided to keep it when I realized that it would cost me more than it is worth to return it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by DarylP
I'm returning this due to the fact I have to run the water through twice to get good results the filter is also hard to clean.Published 7 months ago by Bob D Scruggs
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