These guides serve as a good place to start. The grinder you use, coffee you choose, and yes, even the water from your sink, can alter the taste in the cup. Every machine is different, so you’ll want to think of these parameters more as guidelines than strict rules. Play around with your brewer and parameters to get each coffee to taste just how you like it.
With a practical capacity of 500 ml, this is the V60 to go for if you want to brew more than a couple of cups at a time. The box includes the heatproof glass decanter, a free-standing dripper cone, and a removable sillicone band that protects your hands from the heat. The cone takes the Hario 2 cup paper filters, available in packs of 40 or 100. Hario's V60 dripper assists circulation and allows for maximum coffee expansion during brewing. The removable silicone band is cool to touch and easy to wash, pack of 10 Filter Paper included, removable V60 Dripper, perfect for 2-3 Cup Brew.
The Chemex brews a clean cup and maintains body and balanced floral notes.
With no parts to misplace, the classic design of this Chemex has remained
unchanged since its invention in 1941.
Invented by engineer Alan Adler, of Aerobie Frisbee fame, it has, fittingly, inspired crazy ingenuity and variety of brew methods. It’s perfect for camping or road trips, uses a small amount of water with tiny filter. We love how flexible and durable it is. Comes with 350 paper filters which need a good rinse before brewing, stirrer, measure, funnel and including an AeroPress handy storage bag.
Easy to brew and super consistent, the French Press is very reliable.
Its classic and well-engineered design hasn’t changed much since its invention
in 1929, and it’s perfect for making multiple cups of heavy-bodied coffee in 4 minutes.