One way we like to enjoy single origin coffees is by brewing them via the Hario V60 Pour Over method. The Hario V60 is a popular brewing device used for making pour-over coffee. It was created by the Japanese company Hario, known for producing high-quality glassware and coffee equipment.
The V60 is named after its distinctive design. It consists of a conical dripper, typically made of ceramic or glass, with a large opening at the top and a small opening at the bottom. The shape of the dripper and the single large hole at the bottom are designed to promote an even extraction of coffee grounds.
To brew coffee with a Hario V60, you'll need a V60 dripper, paper filters specifically designed for the V60, coffee grounds, a kettle for hot water, and a carafe or mug to collect the brewed coffee. Another key piece of equipment we like to use to measure and track a recipe is a set of good quality scales.