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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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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


  • The funnel may be of delicate quality

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Final Score:

9.70 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • Common Questions


    Is the dripper made of plastic or ceramic?


    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.


    Is the coffee server made out of glass?


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


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


    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.


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


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


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


    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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