Pour-over coffee, What materials is more popular?
There’s a coffee revolution brewing when coffee lovers change to start their day with slower and thus more mindful way. Pour-over coffee become more popular during the coffee revolution.
A pour over coffee maker gives you far more control when making your morning Cup of Joe, not only does this method allow you to control the temperature and flow of water but actually promotes the circulation and expansion of coffee grounds that result in a fuller bodied and more flavoursome brew.
Aside from the heightened flavour you’ll gain with this style, you can also enjoy less rushing, more focus lifestyle. And unlike your standard grey or black plastic coffee machines, pour over coffee makers offer a strong design-led aesthetic, calling on ceramic, glass, wood and metal to complete the vessel.
For glass material pour over coffee wares, many coffee lovers choose Hario V60 dripper. Hario has taken pride in producing glassware of the highest quality. Their heatproof glass is made of silica sand, borax, boric acid, alumina; all refined natural minerals.
For ceramic material pour over coffee wares, DHPO is a rising new brand. They use high-fired ceramic material, which is food safty and LEAD free. This dripper is important part of the coffee geeks’ attention by the third-wave coffee revolution. Which is all about quality coffee and pour-over methods in place of espresso italiano. This is also where the name of alternative brewing comes from. Coffees made this way are alternative to those brewed in a pressure coffee maker.
So how does Pour-over coffee work? It’s actually just as easy as it looks, simply pour the hot water over the coffee grounds that are placed in the funnel system, either through a paper or built in filter, and wait.