Hario V60 Brewing Guide
After nearly 20 years of making its mark on the world of specialty coffee, the Hario V60 is has become one of the most recognizable brewers in the industry. It has graced the stage of the brewers cup, sat upon the bar of specialty shops across the globe, and been enjoyed by coffee lovers at every stage in their coffee journey. Its unique 60 degree angle, ribbed swirls on this inside, and numerous color and material options, have made it a beloved brewer option that produces delicious brews time and time again.
Enjoy our brew guide equipped with a full recipe, necessary equipment, and step-by-step instructions to help you get started brewing with your V60!
- Coffee dose: 20g
- Water Weight: 340g
- Grind Size: Medium-Fine
- Water Temp: 210F
Begin prepping your filter by inserting it into the brewer and rinsing it to remove any paper flavor that may infiltrate your coffee. Pour in your coffee grounds and shake to level them.
Pour your pre-infusion of 50g of water. Make sure to pour carefully in concentric circles to ensure all the grounds are fully saturated. Give the brewer a swirl or stir with a small spoon to keep the grounds agitated.
At 30 seconds, add 145 grams of water bringing your total volume to 195 grams. Make sure you're still pouring in concentric circles. Give the V60 a swirl to keep the grounds agitated and improve distribution of water.
When the water has drawn down to just above the coffee bed, add your last 145 grams of water, bringing your total to 340 grams. Give it a swirl and let it drain completely. Your brew should finish between 3:30-4:00.
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