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Borosilicate Glass Pour Over Set

How to brew coffee with DHPO Glass V60 Pour over coffee maker?

The DHPO Glass V60 Pour over coffee maker is a beautiful and simple manual pour-over. Designed to be placed on your kitchen countop and visualize your coffee brewing process. With 550ML capacity, so it’s ideal for coffee drinks who normally brew between 2 and 4 cups of coffee at a time.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to make delicious coffee with the Glass V60 Pour over coffee maker.

Step 1: Get the Necessary Equipment

To brew coffee with the DHPO Glass Coffee Maker, you’ll need a:

Glass V60 Pour over coffee maker
Stainless steel filter
gooseneck kettle
scale with timer
Coffee grinder
Of course, you’ll also need coffee and water. We generally recommend using a ratio of 30 grams of coffee per 500 grams of water, which is enough for two 8-ounce cups of coffee.

Step 2: Heat the Water

Once you have all the supplies you need, heat the water. The ideal brewing temperature is anywhere from 195 to 205 degrees Fahrenheit.

Step 3: Grind the Coffee

While the water is warming up, grind the coffee. Use a medium-coarse grind, so the coffee has the coarseness of sea salt.

Step 4: Prep the Filter

Prepare the filter by placing it in the Glass Coffee Maker. Pour the hot water to warm up your brewing apparatus. Then dump out the excess water.

Step 5: Let the Coffee Bloom

At this point, you’re ready to begin brewing. Place the coffee in the filter, and use about 25 to 30 grams of water to get the grounds dampen. If you’re using freshly roasted coffee (which you should use), you’ll see carbon dioxide bubble up from the grounds. This is the “bloom.” Let the grounds bloom for 30 to 40 seconds before continuing to brew your coffee.

Step 6: Begin Pouring for 1 Minute

When the bloom subsides, begin pouring the rest of the water. In the first minute, you should use half of your water. As you pour, go in concentric circles, starting in the middle and slowly working outwards.

Step 7: Pour for 2 More Minutes

After one minute of pouring, slow your rate of pour so that you’ll be done pouring water at 3 minutes. If you’re brewing with 500 grams of water, a rate of about 75 grams per 30 seconds should be good.

Step 8: Let the Coffee Finish Dripping

Once you’re done pouring, let the coffee finish dripping. It should slow in a few minutes, at which point your brew is ready.

Step 9: Sip and Enjoy

Now that your coffee is ready, sip and enjoy.

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