Get a clean, chilled cup of coffee without the worry of it being watered down with the Hario V60 Fretta Iced Coffee Brewer. Featuring a Hario glass server and a plastic V60, it provides the option to brew wither hot or cold coffee.
Produces a clean, chilled cup of coffee without beig watered down
Hey there. It's Reagan from Prima Coffee, and today, we are going to check out the Hario V60 Fretta Ice Coffee Maker. This ice coffee maker is a great purchase since we're coming into the summer months when hot coffee may sound a lot less appealing, and something cold and icy is a really refreshing treat. This ice coffee maker, in particular, is really great because you can brew both hot and cold coffee with it because this, on top, is just a simple plastic V60. So we have a plastic V60 on here. We have a plastic water distributor, so as the water trickles down, it evenly distributes across the ice. We have the plastic insert, and this is where the ice sets as it's brewing, and because of this, the coffee only stays in contact with the ice just long enough to cool it down and not long enough to water it down. There is a Hario glass server that has a 700-milliliter practical capacity and allows you to brew about 2 to 4 cups. It also comes with 40 V60 02-size filters, and it comes with this convenient little lid to put on top when you're done with everything to pour. So in front of us right now, we have a bowl of ice, and we are going to set the water distributor and the V60 to the side, and we're going to scoop some ice into the plastic insert. You're going to want to fill it to where the cone spreads out and you've kind of got a flatbed of ice right on the top, and that's about 250 grams. And then, we are going to put the water distributor on and the V60. I already have the filter rinsed, so we're going to go into coffee. I have 31 grams right here, and it's a medium-fine grind. And then, we're going to pour 250 grams of water, and this is about a 1 to 8 ratio. All right. So now, we're going to get to pouring. We're going to do an 80-gram bloom, which is about a third of the overall water. And as you can see, you can even hear the coffee coming down through the water. We're going to let this go for about 45 seconds. All right. And now, we're going to do an 80-gram pour, and we're going to let that go till about a minute and 30 seconds. All right. And now, we're going to do our last pour of 85 grams till we hit 250. That a twirl. All right. And that finishes up at around three minutes. It's probably a good idea to get something to place the ice insert into when you're done using it, and that made about 3 cups of ice coffee. That's pretty good. You still get the flavor of the coffee from that. A few things to note about the Hario Fretta is that the server is dishwasher safe, which is really convenient, and the other parts, you can use a soft sponge and mild detergent. Pretty easy maintenance. So that is the Hario V60 Fretta Ice Coffee Maker, and you can find it online at primacoffee.com.