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Hario V60 "Craft Coffee Maker" Pour Over Set with Dripper

" Craft Coffee Maker, Dripper, Dishwasher Safe Parts, The Easy Clean Filter Basket, A Professional Pour, A Detachable Filter Basket

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H&F Rating 242 reviews
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What We Like

  • Comes with 40 disposable paper filters that offers a long-lasting usage
  • Features heatproof borosilicate glass that makes it safe to use
  • Made of high-quality stainless steel material that offers an extended durability

Disadvantages

  • The funnel may be of delicate quality

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Final Score:

9.70 out of 10, based on these factors:

  • Build quality
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  • Easy to maintain
  • Easy to use
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  • Common Questions

    Q:

    Is the dripper made of plastic or ceramic?

    A:

    Yes. It's plastic, but most professional baristas prefer the plastic because it doesn't absorb as much heat from the water, and so the water that's going through the coffee is just a touch warmer than that which goes through the ceramic version.

    Q:

    Is the coffee server made out of glass?

    A:

    The server is made of glass, but why use plastic in the first place?

    Q:

    I'm not sure if I should go with the Hario V60 decanter or the Hario stainless steel dripper on my mug.

    A:

    The nice thing about this set is that you can use it with both the decanter and the dripper, and it's also limited by the size of the cup.

    Q:

    How many cups of coffe can you make with this server set?

    A:

    If you fill it to the top, it's about 24oz, but you could add a little more if you want.

    Q:

    Why would anyone use a plastic dripper, as opposed to a ceramic one?

    A:

    The plastic is better, even though I don't see the temperature in the dripper above 83. As for the temperature maximum being 90 Celsius, I regularly check my brew temperature, using water just off boil, and rarely see the temperature in the dripper above 83.

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