Create Delicious Pour-Over Coffee at Home

Brewing your own pour-over coffee at home might seem intimidating, but its actually quite simple. Making a delicious cup of pour-over coffee is merely a matter of gathering the right equipment, measuring ingredients carefully, and having patience. Whether you’re an experienced barista or a home brewer, here is a handy guide to making a perfect cup of pour-over coffee.

The first step in making pour-over coffee is to gather the proper equipment. To make pour-over coffee, you’ll need a pour-over device, such as a Chemex or a Hario V60, a filter, and a kettle. Of course, you’ll also need freshly-ground coffee and filtered water. Any kind of electric kettle with a gooseneck spout works best for pouring water, as it will allow you to pour a thin, steady stream of water over the grounds. It’s also important to use freshly-ground coffee as pre-ground coffee is more likely to be stale.

The next step is to measure out your ingredients. For pour-over coffee, aim for a ratio of 15 grams of coffee to 230 grams of water. This ratio can be adjusted slightly, depending on your flavor preferences. Once all of your ingredients are prepared, place the filter in the pour-over device and add your coffee grounds. Bring the water to a boil, and then let it cool to between 195 and 205 degrees Fahrenheit. Once the water reaches the desired temperature, begin pouring the water slowly and evenly into the center of the grounds. This should take about three minutes. When the water is all poured in, let the coffee steep for three more minutes before removing the filter.

Making pour-over coffee at home is a surprisingly simple process. With the right supplies and a little patience, you can make a delicious cup of coffee that rivals that of a specialty coffee shop. With the guide above to help you, you’ll be brewing homemade pour-overs in no time.

Papua New Guinea ELIMBARI coffee beans, 200 g artisan coffee beans
Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea ELIMBARI coffee beans, 200 g

15.00 €

ELIMBARI is a rare and exotic coffee grown in small farms in the CHUAVE region of Papua New Guinea, with a unique spicy and bitter taste. Roasted very dark, its flavor profile boasts notes of pomelo peel, nutmeg, cloves, dark chocolate, and tobacco, making it a must-try for coffee lovers who enjoy bold flavors.


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