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Coffee Drippers - Tiamo V02 or Hario V60 Coffee Makers


Choose from either a Tiamo White Ceramic Dripper Kit (2 to 4 Cup), or a Hario Red Plastic Dripper (2 Cup).

The TIAMO White Ceramic V02 Dripper is beautifully designed to make delicious coffee. The internal ribs and oversized hole ensures you make great coffee with bright flavours and a clean taste. The dripper comes complete with a coffee measuring scoop and a pack of 100 V02 filter papers in the box. Everything you need to get started.

The Hario Red Plastic V60 Dripper an economic option, more robust whilst still designed to take the standard filter paper to provide you with a clean and delicious coffee. 

What is the Dripper coffee method?

The Dripper coffee method, commonly known as pour-over coffee, is a manual brewing technique that produces a clean, flavourful cup of coffee. It involves pouring hot water over coffee grounds placed in a filter, allowing the water to slowly drip through the grounds and into a vessel below. There are various types of drippers available, each with its unique design that affects the brewing process. 

Here's the process:

1/ Equipment: You'll need a dripper, paper filters, freshly ground coffee, a kettle for hot water, and a vessel or glass jug to catch the brewed coffee.

2/ Grind the Coffee: The grind size is crucial; it should be medium-coarse, similar to sea salt. The exact grind might vary based on the dripper you're using. You can either buy our freshly roasted whole beans and grind these yourself with our Coffee Bean Ceramic Hand Grinder or you can order any of our coffee's to be freshly roasted and pre-ground for the dripper method.

3/ Preparation: Place the filter in the dripper and rinse it with hot water to remove any paper taste and preheat the brewing vessel.

4/ Coffee to Water Ratio: Use a recommended coffee-to-water ratio. A standard starting point is 1:16 (1 part coffee to 16 parts water), but adjust based on personal taste.

5/ Brewing Process:

  • Add coffee grounds to the filter.
  • Start pouring hot water (just off boiling) over the grounds in a circular motion, starting from the centre and moving outward. Allow the coffee to bloom for 30 seconds by pouring a small amount of water to saturate the grounds.
  • Continue pouring water slowly in a circular motion, maintaining an even flow over the grounds. Avoid pouring directly on the filter's edges to prevent uneven extraction.
  • The total brewing time can vary based on the drip rate and grind size. It usually takes around 2-4 minutes.

6/ Serve: Once the coffee has finished dripping through, remove the dripper, discard the filter, and serve the coffee immediately.

The pour-over method allows for control over various brewing parameters, including water temperature, pouring technique, and grind size, influencing the coffee's flavour profile. It often results in a bright, clean cup with distinct flavours and aromas.

Experimenting with different variables like water temperature, pouring speed, and coffee bean origins can lead to discovering your preferred taste profile. It's a versatile method appreciated by coffee enthusiasts for its ability to highlight the nuances of different coffee beans.

You might also like our Hario Red Dripper Artisan Coffee Gift Set

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