Coffee Guide :
How to brew a V60
V60 is one of our favorites method to brew at home. Designed and produced by Hario in Japan, the V60 dripper brings together a slow drip, a clean cup and incredible flavors impossible to achieve with fasters methods. Hario has gained popularity with its coffee-brewing equipment all over the world has a rather short history dating back to 1921 when the company was founded. Now the V60 is one of their best-seller and the simpler as effective way to make coffee.
To make the perfect V60 cup you will need:
1 V60 ● 1 grinder ● 1 scale ● 1 8 - 20 GR. of good coffee Medium-Fine Ground (you can find some here)
● 1 Kettle ● 250GR. of filtered water
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Brewing guide for the inverted method recipe
Place the V60 filter paper into the cone, rinse it with hot water to get rid of the paper taste.
Boil water to an ideal temperature of 88-92°
Start your timer and slowly pour about 50GR of water onto the coffee grinds.
Ensure all grinds are saturated with water, you can help the blooming with a spoon.
At 30 seconds , start pouring the rest of the heated water until you reach 250GR with a constant and controlle motion.
Make sure you never pour directly into the outside edges of the paper.
At the end of the pour, delicately spin the cone twice in a clock wise motion, so none of the coffee grounds will get stuck to the paper.
The whole process should finish between 2:30 and 3;00!
TIP of the ROASTER:
Play with the water temperature to achieve different complexity of flavors in your cup!