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The Oregonian posted a solid piece last week about pourover coffee brewing, referring to it as “all-analog” and “hand-brewed”, talking through the ins and out of pourovers, why you would take the time to have hand-poured drip coffee, and even providing a how-to video and hardware purchase recommendations.
A few days ago, we posted about a pourover coffee station custom made by the people at Cafe Imports for $20 using plumbing supplies from their local hardware store. Kevin Roy at Hebrews Coffee in Springfield pointed me to another “do it yourself” pour over dripper coffee station that he saw on Barista Exchange. Jared […]
Today I stopped by Hebrews Coffee on Republic Road in Springfield, Missouri to get a single-origin coffee brewed via pourover. Kevin Roy, who runs Hebrews, suggested I try it iced instead of hot. That sounded intriguing. He told me that a couple days ago, he tried the Ethiopia Sidama Ardi from PT’s Coffee iced, using […]
A method of brewing coffee that is growing in popularity is manual pourover drip. This method involves pouring hot water from a hot water kettle through a pourover filter cone coffee dripper (such as the Hario V60 Ceramic Coffee Dripper, the Frieling Cilio Porcelain No. 4 Filter Holder dripper, or the Melitta Perfect Brew Filter […]
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