The art of pouring steaming water over freshly ground coffee beans has become increasingly popular. It’s not just the ritual-like process of making this filtered coffee that enthusiasts enjoy so much—it’s the rich, vibrant result it yields.
Pour-over coffee allows you to control every aspect of the brew, including the taste and strength. With our beginner’s guide to pour-over coffee, you’ll learn everything you need to create your own robust beverage.
If you want your pour-over coffee to have the most flavorful taste, there are a few things you should consider before attempting the first pour.
Now it’s time to try it out yourself. As you become acquainted with the process, you can start experimenting with the different variables to create a completely custom flavor profile of your own.
Whether you like to sip and savor or need a java jolt, finding your favorite coffee maker is a part of the pour-over process. There is a variety of brewers available to suit every lifestyle and budget.
Ideal for the jet setter, the Blue Bottle Coffee Dripper brews the coffee directly into your mug. This pour-over coffee maker will not only maintain the flavor profile of your drink but also make clean up simple. On-the-go coffee drinkers will appreciate the ease of using this product with our temperature control Ember Travel Mug² as well as the energizing boost from filter coffee.
If you prefer to share your coffee with company, the Stagg [XF] Pour-Over Set from Fellow is a perfect match. Built with a double-wall glass carafe, this pour-over coffee maker will retain the brew’s temperature and flavor while you’re drinking the first cup.
Celebrate International Tea Day! This kumquat fruit tea recipe is the perfect drink to warm you up on a chilly day. Made with freshly squeezed kumquats, this tea has a sweet and slightly tangy flavor that is sure to please.