Pour-Over

Pour-Over

Manual pour-over drip brewing is the cheapest, easiest ways to make great coffee. All you need is a pack of good quality filters, a filtercone holder and a way to heat water. With a manual brewing method, you can be assured the water hits the correct brewing temperature of 195-205°(unlike most auto-drip machines), and that the grounds are thoroughly saturated.

We have always been fans of pour-over brewing and we were happy to see an influx of new filtercone designs in recent years. But how do you choose? Typically you would choose by cup size, and how much time you want to spend on the pour. Ideally you want a 2-4 minute infusion time. The Clever Coffee Dripper and Bonavita Porcelain Immersion Filtercone have a stopper so you pour once, let the coffee steep, and after 2-4 minutes release the coffee into your cup. Brewing on a Hario V60, on the other hand, is like perfecting an art form. This filtercone has a large drip hole and so requires a slow and steady pour to maintain the thermal mass of the coffee and draw out the infusion time. We also carry filtercones like the Beehouse that are closer in design to a standard Melitta, with two small drip holes. For any of these brewing devices you will want to adjust your pour time and grind size to render a cup that is suitable to your taste.

Keep your dripper clean to ensure a great tasting cup. Cleaners like Cleancaf and Tabz work great!

We have a page on Brewing Fundamentals and a Drip Brewing Tip Sheet.

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  • Clever Coffee Dripper - LARGE

    The Clever Dripper gives you full flavor extraction and good body. The stopper at the bottom allows water to drain when the filtercone is placed on a cup. It's made of durable BPA-free plastic and is easy to disassemble for cleaning.

    The Clever Coffee Dripper combines the best features of French press and filter drip brewing. It combines control over steeping time with a sediment-free cup. Like all filtercone brewing methods, you directly control the water temperature, water to coffee ratio and the infusion time.

    A box of #4 Filtropa filters is included.



     

     

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  • Clever Coffee Dripper - SMALL

    The Small Clever is so simple and greatly improves the quality of the coffee you brew. You get full flavor extraction and good body. It differs from a normal filtercone by way of a stopper added to the bottom: water only drains once the filtercone is placed onto a cup. It's easy to disassemble for cleaning. Like all filtercone brewing methods, you directly control the temperature of the water, ratio of water and coffee and infusion time. This smaller Clever dripper brews the perfect amount for one person or 2 people who like to drink smaller amounts.

    One box of #2 Filtropa filters included. It's BPA-free but not dishwasher or microwave safe.

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  • SALE - Porcelain Immersion Filtercone by Bonavita - OLD MODEL

    The BonaVita Porcelain Immersion Filtercone is a porcelain dripper with a switch-operated stopper at the bottom. The base is plastic (clamped to the porcelain with screws) and the stopper is silicone. It's dishwasher-safe. If the coffee mug or cup you are brewing into has a minimum opening diameter between 2.5" and 3.75", then this filtercone will perch on it just fine.

    It uses #4 filters and brews about 16 oz of brewed coffee.

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  • Wave Glass Dripper by Kalita

    The glass Kalita Wave is easy to use, easy to clean and sure looks nice. This dripper is a favorite around the Sweet Maria's office. The glass exterior lets you view the brewing process and it makes a really good cup of coffee. The three small holes in the base allow for good drainage while being restrictive enough to give you good extraction.

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  • Lid for Small Clever Coffee Dripper

    This replacement lid is important when keeping coffee hot during infusion.  If you are replacing your old one, you may already know that the fit isn't perfect due to the Clever's handle being flush with the rim. Unless you have an attention to detail is as keen as ours, you may have not even noticed.

     

     



     

     

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  • Porcelain Immersion Filtercone by Bonavita

    The BonaVita Porcelain Immersion Filtercone is a porcelain dripper with a switch-operated stopper at the bottom. The base is plastic (clamped to the porcelain with screws) and the stopper is silicone. It's dishwasher-safe. If the coffee mug or cup you are brewing into has a minimum opening diameter between 2.5" and 3.75", then this filtercone will perch on it just fine.

    It uses #4 filters and brews about 16 oz of brewed coffee.

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  • Hario Drip Station Pour Over Stand

    When used with Hario's drip scale and ceramic V60 dripper, you can quickly weigh both your coffee and water doses. It also works great by itself. It works with almost any dripper that has an open hole at the bottom. It works with an Aeropress too.

    Scale, cup and dripper not included.

     

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  • Small Clever Coffee Dripper Brew Kit

    This compact package makes a great gift and includes a small Clever Coffee Dripper, a Hario Slim Mill and a 100-pack of Filtropa filters.

    The Clever gives you full control over immersion and brew time. Hario's Slim Mill is low profile, light weight, adjustable, has ceramic burrs and produces a really good grind.

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  • Kalita Kantan One Cup Drippers Pack of 30

    The Kantan Single-Use Dripper is a good choice for folks who like to bring their coffee with them but don't have the space or patience to pack their trusty ceramic dripper. It has a nice wide opening that makes it easy to pour grinds into it. The tabs on the side hold onto the rim of your cup and fit onto most cups with a diameter between 2" and 4". Each package has a zip-lock style seal and contains 30 drippers. 

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  • Bonmac #2 Single Hole Porcelain Filtercone

    This Bonmac dripper is a great classic ceramic filtercone. The single hole design reduces the margin for inconsistency since the brewed coffee drains slowly.

    You still want to rinse your filter with hot water, as you pre-heat the ceramic, then "pre-wet" the grinds with a minimal amount of water for 30 seconds. After that, you can pour slowly to fill the cone to it's full volume, then add hot water until the correct ratio of water and ground coffee is met.

    It takes a standard #2 flat bottom cone filter.

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