Daniel437 Senior Member Joined: 20 Apr 2012 Posts: 15 Location: Berlin Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Fri May 25, 2012, 4:13am Subject: Re: How to Use a Pour Over Brewer
Awesome guide, Mark. I think too many people are scared of the pour over. I included a link to this article in my guide, "Gourmet Coffee on the Cheap– The Ultimate Guide" Click Here (www.coffeekrave.com)
BeanSurfing Senior Member Joined: 29 May 2012 Posts: 1 Location: Sydney Expertise: I live coffee
Posted Tue May 29, 2012, 2:00pm Subject: Re: How to Use a Pour Over Brewer
Wow, you guys are seriously into your coffee!
The filter coffee scene is just starting to hit mainstream here in Sydney and I think many "barista's" need to learn the basics before embarking on manual pourovers etc.
I have seen in the US full brew bars with like 10 pourovers on the go as customers grab their morning coffee. Is this the norm there? Australia is by far an espresso and milk coffee culture so how would you approach a gradual move toward an increased filter coffee demand?
Posted Thu Jan 17, 2013, 9:57pm Subject: Re: How to Use a Pour Over Brewer
I just bought the Hario drip pot and have made a few brews before I saw this guide. I had been using the technique on SeattleCoffeeGear's review for the Hario Drip Pot. What surprised me with this guide is he recommends stirring the slurry and I have definitely not tried that. I haven't seen anyone stir the slurry on youtube either. Maybe in the guide he isn't using a hario drip pot?
One other question for those of you using the Hario Buono kettle. I've seen flow restrictor's on the web and was wondering if anyone has a DIY method using anything from the local hardware store (lowes/home depot) etc that will do the trick. Thanks!
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