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Woodneck Pour Over Coffee Drip Pot 480 ml

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Hario is a Japanese glass company specializing in manual coffee brewing equipment. Riding the new found American interest in specialty coffee and manual brewing methods, Hario has provided a range of unique coffee brewing products. The Hario Woodneck Drip Pot is a prime example of what Hario has to offer in its craftsmanship and elegance. The Woodneck Drip Pot makes use of cloth filters, and as such, is a green alternative to other brewing methods that make use of paper filters. The cloth filter also eliminates any paper taste caused by paper filters, providing a clean brew with a delicate body.


  • Manual, pour-over coffee brewer.
  • Brews one to three cups at a time. (3 Cups = 480mL)
  • Hario drip pot comes as a complete set, including a cloth filter, holder, and serving pot all in one. An additional 3-pack of Hario Woodneck Cloth Filters can be selected in the available options above.
  • Removable wooden collar is attached to the neck by a decorative brown leather strap, used to insulate fingers when pouring.
  • "Sock" style cloth filter gives a unique, clean quality to the cup brewed.
  • Hands-on brewing allows you, the user, to control brewing time and temperature.
  • Use the Hario Buono Kettle for an ideal Pour Over Brew. You can also add the kettle as an option above.

Recommended starting parameters:

~ 21-27 grams of coffee - medium-fine grind
~ 350-450 milliliters of water
~ 200-205 degrees
~ 2:45-3:15 brew time


Originally known primarily as a company that produces glass products, Hario (also known as Hario Glass) has been working to produce high quality coffee and tea products since 1921. Over the past few years, Hario has become known as the coffee industry leader in pour over brewing equipment. Hario has helped bring about a coffee renaissance in the U.S. by creating ingeniously designed coffee brewing and grinding products that are being used by cafes and home coffee connoisseurs alike for by-the-cup coffee brewing. The design and methods behind Hario's brewing devices have helped to insure that specialty coffee is being brewed with the craft that it deserves.
Woodneck Pour Over Coffee Drip Pot 480 ml is rated 4.75 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Taste....possibly poor quality wooden neck I bought this for my father for Christmas. He used it extensively for about a week and a half. While wiping it down after cleaning, the wooden neck piece broke. I am not sure if it was a fluke, but was very frustrating and really the only reason this isn't getting a 5 star from me. Prima was excellent and shipped out a replacement part right away so I give them 5 stars on their great customer service! Even with the breakage, this pour over makes an excellent cup of coffee and the taste is somewhere in between a regular pour over and a french press. I will most likely be buying one more myself very soon.
Date published: 2014-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The cleanest cup I've had in a while... The Hario Woodneck is a great addition to your pour-over arsenal. My main concern whenever I purchase a new brewing method is, "Will I be able to taste a difference?" Now, I'm a v60 guy - always have been, so that's what I generally compare my new gear to. The Woodneck produces just about the cleanest cup of coffee I've ever had. I didn't realize that the v60 and Chemex had a paper taste, but after tasting the clarity that a cloth filter provides, I realized what I had been tasting. The filters are surprisingly easy to clean. And while the Woodneck is delicate with thin glass, it gives off the impression of elegance instead of cheapness. Perhaps my only complaint would be that the filters can be expensive to replace - but each one carries a shelf life of 20+ brews.
Date published: 2014-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My favorite pour over brew method The woodneck is my favorite pour over brew method. Cloth is, in my opinion, the best filter that you can use. With it you get the cleanness that comes from paper but also some of the body that comes from a full immersion method. Great brew method. I think its way under used by the community.
Date published: 2013-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding brightness! The woodneck nel drip takes dedication to brew correctly but when done right it brews a cup as bright and bold as any pour over!!
Date published: 2014-03-17

How does the Hario Drip Pot compare to the V60? I've heard that there are advantages to the cloth filter, but are there any other advantages to the way this model is built?

Asked by: lmathews2010
Really, the main thing you should be considering is the filter. Cloth filters can be rewarding because of their ability to allow oils to permeate but without sediment (or suspended solids, as we call them). Cloth filters require quite a bit of maintenance which makes them unattractive to some users. Paper filters are known for creating a very clean cup. Oils are kept to a minimum and there are no suspended solids present. Paper filters are also convenient because they are disposable.
Answered by: Rfelb
Date published: 2014-07-14

I was wondering if you could tell me any differences between coffee made with this and coffee made in a chemex with a cloth filter. Also, seeing the two in person, it seems like the glass on the chemex is more sturdy. What is your opinion on this?

Asked by: James
Hey, James. We haven't tried using a cloth filter in a Chemex before, but we'd imagine the results between the two brewers would be very similar if we had. Being as thick and heavy as it is, the Chemex is certainly the more sturdy brewer.
Answered by: Rfelb
Date published: 2014-05-09

how often should a cloth filter be replaced? where can replacements be purchased and what is the cost?

Asked by: seth
Hello. If properly taken care of, a cloth filter can last up to a few months with regular use. Make sure to rinse it with hot water after every use, then submerge it in a container of water in your fridge to prevent bacteria growth. Here's a link to the replacement filters:
Answered by: Rfelb
Date published: 2013-11-20
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