Hario V60 (1 cup) – Total brew time 3-4 minutes

The Hario V60 is famed for its cone design which brews coffee as it filters through spiralled ridges for a bright light cup of coffee. This V60 comes in a variety of options making it one of the most affordable to one of the most expensive brew methods.

Requirements:

Hario V60 V1
Filter
Scale
Kettle
Grinder
Timer
1 cup (12g of beans)

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STEP1

Boil water to an ideal brewing temperature of 91-93C. Once boiled, add your filter to the Hario V60 and rinse with hot water to warm up the V60 and remove the paper flavour.

STEP 2

Weigh and grind your coffee to a consistency similar to table salt. We recommend using 12g of coffee beans.

STEP 3

Place the Hario V60 on top of a cup and add the ground coffee to the filter keeping the grounds at the centre of the cone.

STEP 4

Place the Hario V60 with cup onto a scale and pour 50 grams of hot water gently onto the coffee grounds to immerse the coffee. When pouring, use a spiral movement from the centre to cover the coffee without disturbing the coffee bed.
Note: For improved technique a goose neck kettle helps to control water flow and spiral pouring.

STEP 5

Set timer for 30 seconds to allow the coffee to bloom (degassing process). After 30 seconds add an additional 75 grams of water and set timer for 1 minute.

STEP 6

At 1 minute, add an additional 75 grams of water to total water weight to 200 grams and wait a further 1.30 mins.At 1.30 minutes, remove the Hario V60 and enjoy a cup of coffee.