Pour Over the Details
A Japanese import with global appeal, the pour-over coffee technique has recently become an ongoing obsession with java enthusiasts. Unlike typical to-go coffee, the pour-over method requires patience and attention in order to reap its rewards. The brew produced is remarkably clean and round, and retains all of the complex layers of flavor steeped in high-quality, single-origin beans. The method requires a level of control and care, but is easy to master and refreshingly low tech. To use, place a filter and coffee beans in the cone, and then pour hot water through in a thin, continuous stream for one to four minutes to maximize extraction. The trick is to saturate but not submerge the grounds in order to allow them to "bloom." Made by Jennifer Creighton out of high-fire stoneware, this stylish starter set is perfect for those curious to give this trend a try, and eager to savor the fruits of their labor. Handmade in Angola, IN.
Due to the handmade nature of this item, each is unique and will vary.