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Hario Drip Pot 480Ml
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- Rich professional coffee taste
- Hario heat treated glass
- Stylish pot woodneck
- 2-Cup size
- Professional Experience
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|Dimensions||8 inches x 5 inches x 4.5 inches||5.2 inches x 5.9 inches x 5.1 inches||8 inches x 5 inches x 5 inches||10.79 inches x 5 inches x 5 inches|
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If you are tired of buying coffee machines that promise great coffee but fail to deliver, get this. It will be the last coffee brewing device you will ever get. And the simplest and most energy efficient.
The 4-cup model is probably the best option because it will make enough brewed coffee for 2 "American" cups or mugs of coffee. The process could not be simpler, and although the instructions are in Japanese, there are translations into English on the box and the insert.
One thing you will probably want to get is a Hario gooseneck pour over teakettle or similar because it allows for directional pouring of the boiled water over the grounds. As the instructions suggest, you should pour a little of the water into the center of the grounds and then work your way to the outside and then wait about 30 seconds for the coffee to "bloom" and release its treasured flavor. Then pour the remaining water into the cloth filter and allow it to drip through the bloomed coffee into the bottom of the carafe. Takes at most 2-3 minutes. And no sediment! I don't plan to store the flannel filter in the refrigerator because they don't do that in Costa Rica and I think the only "off" flavor it might pick up by letting it air dry is the last coffee you brewed. Keep it simple!
I purchased Starbucks Italian roast beans and asked them to grind them for a French Press. The grind seems to be medium--somewhere between find and course, and it seems to work perfectly in the Hario drip pot.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've been doing "craft" coffee for maybe 7-8 years, and I own most of the major pour-over makers (Chemex, Aeropress, french press). Read morePublished 10 days ago by Joseph Manley
I'm getting the hang of this...it's slightly more work than a french press, but i do like the "clean cup" effect because I was getting tired of sludge in my mug.Published 10 days ago by JS
Truly the best method I've tried for making coffee. Smooth, delicious, no bitterness, no paper taste, no metal taste, fast and easy. It's a super little set up.Published 15 days ago by Skabberdink
I had tried it before, so I knew to expect an excellent coffee-making appurtenance. So much of good coffee is in the quality of the beans, but there may be no better way to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Zach Taras
I really like this drip pot. Very attractive. The cloth filter, while it requires a little extra attention (need to store it in the fridge), does make a great cup of coffee. Read morePublished 2 months ago by MJC
The best coffee I've ever had. I also tried the Hario paper filter, but this is better.Published 2 months ago by Lion Heart
Best coffee-related purchase I've ever made! Makes excellent pour-overs, love the fabric filter, glass carafe goes right into the dishwasher, wooden holder is easy to remove and... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lilah W.