Hario V60 Kettle, Drip Pot Woodneck and 3 Extra Cloth Filters (4 filters total)

$79.99

SKU: Hario Woodneck, Kettle, Cloth Filters Category:

Description

Get the Hario V60 Series Kettle, Drip Pot Woodneck as well as 3 extra filters together and save (4 filters total including the one that comes with the drip pot).

Drip Coffee Kettle

Ideal kettle for pouring hot water into a coffee dripper. Spout is designed for slow, easy pouring and a more delicious coffee. Can be used on IH ranges, electric and gas stoves. 

Specifications

  • Size: W 274 × D 114× H 147 mm  (W 10.8 × D 4.5× H 5.8 inches)
  • Capacity: 1200 ml (40 ounces)
  • Manufacturer: HARIO
  • Practical useable capacity: 800 ml (27 ounces or 3-4 cups)
  • Weight: 420 grams
  • Compatible with all heat sources (stove burners, IH heaters, halogen heaters etc.)
  • Model number: VKB-120HSV
  • Made in Japan

 

Hario Drip Pot Woodneck and three extra cloth filters (for a total of four cloth filters)

The Hario Woodneck comprises a one-piece receptacle/server, with a two-piece wooden collar, held in place with a leather tie, which is very easy to remove. A scoop with measuring lines and filter holder are also included (this set includes a total of four cloth filters).


Specifications

  • Maximum Diameter 110mm (4.3 in), Height 195mm (7.7 in), Opening Diameter 101mm (4 in),  
  • Practical capacity 480ml (16.2 fl. oz) or 3 to 4 cups
  • Made in Japan (apart from the wooden part which is made in Vietnam)
  • Heat resistant glass (resistant to smells) & natural wood make this both a very useful and stylish coffee maker
  • Manufacturer: HARIO
 
Make rich-tasting, manually-brewed coffee like a professional. The filter, which can be used many times, is made of a soft, woven, cotton flannel. This allows the ground coffee to expand more completely than in a typical dripper and better extract all the rich flavors of the coffee beans.
As with all pour-over methods, experimentation will help you achieve “your” perfect brew. The re-usable cloth filter imparts different qualities to that of paper filters. A very clean, full-bodied cup results from correct use of the drip pot. The cloth filter needs thorough rinsing before first use. The filter should be kept moist; some prefer to keep in the fridge in an airtight container, others swear by keeping the filter in the freezer. Experimentation is all part of the learning curve associated with pour-over coffee. Woodneck comes with full instructions to get you started.

Additional information

Weight 1300 g
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