Hario V60 Drip Decanter Pour Over Coffee Maker (700ml)
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- Hario's V60 dripper assists circulation and allows for maximum coffee expansion during brewing
- The removable silicone band is cool to touch and easy to wash
- Made of the best heat resistant borosilicate glass from Hario
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|Item Dimensions||3.86 x 4.33 x 4.21 in||4 x 4 x 5.7 in||6.93 x 4.41 x 3.94 in||5.1 x 8.9 x 5.9 in||0.2 x 0.2 x 0.16 in||8.11 x 5.28 x 5.04 in|
|Item Weight||0.66 lb||0.56 lb||0.66 lb||1.2 lbs||0.54 lb||—|
|Material Type||Glass||Stainless Steel||Glass||Glass, Neoprene, Stainless Steel||Glass||Ceramic|
This stylish Hario V60 Decanter allows you to brew coffee direct using the V60 dripper and paper filters which fit perfectly into the top. When your coffee is brewed, simply remove the plastic V60 which holds the filter paper and coffee and you now have a stylish decanter with a rubber silicon grip collar to serve your delicious coffee from.
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I docked off a star because it has a tendency to lose heat really quickly. I've been able to overcome this issue by preheating all of the components with boiling water. I think this is where the Chemex shines. The glass is a bit thin for the Hario decanter, so I figure the heat transfer happens quite quickly. Another complaint is that the spout isn't very accurate. It has the potential to dribble down on its corners.
Other than that, I really like this system and find it effective for pourovers. If you need to save money and are familiar with the V60 or other pour over filters, this is a nice set for you. If you are looking for a thicker carafe and need to keep your coffee hotter for longer, either go with a Chemex, or transfer your coffee to a insulated pitcher after brewing.
So this can be used to make coffee "for 2 people at home" or coffee to go. Glass is solid too (unlike the Hario Cold brew glass for some reason -- I was hoping to use the Cold brew container and not have to buy something for pour over).
I use 35g to make 450mL coffee for 4-5 minutes with Intelligentsia coffee usually. Works like a champ.
9/1/15. I have used this with great success using just the average basket coffee filters folded as you do a Chemex filter. Works great. Fits the little plastic basket great. I just located my gold cone filter in order to replace the plastic and will be using it to compare. Will post afterward. The gold filter fits inside and will probably need no paper filter but I may use the paper just to keep sediment out. So far I am using up coffee I kept around I wasnt crazy about but in this guy it tastes great. I do heat the carafe a little by pouring in a little boiling water before I start and emptying it.
The Hario drip coffee method produces a nice and clean cup of coffee. I still use a French press for a bolder cup, but drip coffee is just as nice. The flavor from my Hario is cleaner and smoother than a French press, but If you're used to pressed coffee, you might think it's weak.
Make sure to rinse the paper filter with the hot water before adding the grounds. This will wash away excess paper particles, and help temper the vessel before brewing the coffee. I usually grind about 24 grams of beans, and brew with about 12 oz of water. Produces a nice balanced flavor.
I suspect that most Chemex users are going to be pleased with the Hario. Yes, unlike Chemex it's not 'all glass'. There is a plastic funnel that holds the disposable paper filter but there's a bright side to it - it's very easy to clean the Hario once the funnel is removed.
This specific model comes with the glass decanter, the plastic funnel/filter support, a very nice removable silicone sleeve and a few paper filters to get you going.
The coffee-making process is as simple as it can be:
- place plastic funnel on top of glass decanter
- place paper filter on funnel
- add desired amount of coffee ground
- pour hot water and wait for it to drip down and keep add more as needed
- take our the funnel with the filter and the used grounds and dispose of filter and grounds
- pour coffee
- clean and get ready for next cycle
It's quick, very much pain-free and efficient. As a Chemex user of many years I simply love what comes out of the process. Same great, flavorful coffee and the bonus, as I noted already, is a easier to maintain and less expensive product using less expensive filters.
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