Check out the latest video in our Brew Guide Series.
Starring Rumble's own Stan Bicknell, they show you the step-by-step process of how to get the best out of your coffee.
- Scales and timer
- Paper filter
- Freshly ground coffee
- Hot water
- Kettle (a pour over kettle lets you be precise with your pouring)
- Setup:Grab your paper filter and place it in the V60.
- Rinse the filter with hot water to get rid of the papery taste and warm your carafe.
- Empty the water and place the carafe and V60 on the scales
- Grind:Add fresh,medium to coarse ground (think white sugar) coffee to the V60. (Use 6g of coffee per 100ml of water so 12g to 200ml water for a single and 24g to 400ml for a 2 cup V60)
- Jiggle the coffee around to level it out and remove any air pockets.
- Tare the scales.
- Brew: Add 95℃ water (a good way to do this is to let a freshly boiled kettle sit for 45 secs and then pour).
- Start your timer and create a bloom with 75g of water, pouring in a circular fashion
- Use your spoon to gently stir the brew to insure all the coffee is saturated.
- After 45 seconds, add the rest of your water. Pour at a slow to medium pace in a circular motion.
- Once all the water is in, use your spoon to do another gentle stir around the edges, this ensures all the coffee is brewing.
- After another 45 seconds (about halfway through the brew), give the V60 a gentle, circular wiggle. This pulls any coffee off the sides of the filter and levels out the base of coffee sitting at the bottom of the brew.
- Aim for a 2:30 to 3 minute total brew time.
- Pour: Once you hear the brewing stop, pickup the stovetop, pour into your vessel and enjoy. Stovetop can be quite strong so add more water if needed.
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