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How to Make Pour Over Coffee

  1. Equipment:
  • Pour-over dripper (such as Hario V60)
  • Pour-over filter
  • Kettle
  • Timer
  • Scale
  • Mug or carafe

Recipe :

  • 15g coffee (roasted for filter)
  • 250g water
  • Total brew time: 3 minutes
  • Grind size: Medium (It should be finer than a plunger grind but coarser than an espresso grind)



  1. Bring your water to a boil and then let it cool slightly to around 200-205°F (about 30 seconds off boil).

  2. Place your pour-over filter into the dripper and rinse it with hot water to preheat the dripper and remove any papery taste from the filter. Discard the rinse water.

  3. Measure out 15 grams of coffee beans and grind them to a medium, similar to table salt.

  4. Place the rinsed dripper on top of your mug or carafe and add the ground coffee into the filter.

  5. Start your timer and begin the first pour: Pour 50 grams of water evenly over the coffee grounds, ensuring that all the grounds are saturated. Let it bloom for 30 seconds. During this time, you'll see the coffee grounds puff up and release gases.

  6. After 30 seconds, start your second pour: Pour 100 grams of water evenly over the coffee grounds, starting from the center and spiraling outward in a circular motion. Try to maintain an even pour to ensure all grounds are saturated.

  7. Allow the coffee to drip through the filter for about 45 seconds to 1 minute.

  8. Finally, start your third pour: Pour the remaining 100 grams of water in a slow, steady stream, again starting from the center and spiraling outward. Try to complete this pour within roughly 2:30 seconds to 3 minutes total brewing time.

  9. Once all the water has dripped through the coffee grounds, discard the filter and grounds.

  10. Give your pour-over coffee a quick stir to ensure the flavors are evenly distributed, then serve and enjoy!

By following these steps, you should be able to achieve a delicious cup of pour-over coffee using 15 grams of coffee and 250 grams of water, divided into 3 pours. Adjustments can be made to grind size, water temperature, and pouring technique based on personal preference. Enjoy your brew!

We roast our beans every Tuesdays and Thursdays


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