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A pour over is a precise method of making coffee. You control all the variables.

Tell me a hobby you are into so I can make stupid comments about it and sound like a moron.
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The v60 is an awesome, easy to use pour over device, I'm definitely gonna pick this up. Pour overs give great tasting coffee. You are able to tinker with your brew a, great for coffee nerds like myself.
If you have never used a pour over device before and want to know how to brew coffee with it check this link out:
https://bettercoffeeathome.com/co...g-methods/
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It's a bit different because of the amount of control you have. Unless you have a too notch machine you probably aren't getting an even saturation or the right water temp.
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I've had this thing for a few years and love it!
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The v60 is tried and true, but some reviewers complain about this glass being thin and fragile. I don't have this, but just wanted to give you guys a heads up. Hario also makes a ceramic version. Kalita is my go to pour over brand. They make a stainless steel pour-over device.
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why do people do pour over? isn't it same as just a drip coffee?
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why do people do pour over? isn't it same as just a drip coffee?
It's a bit different because of the amount of control you have. Unless you have a too notch machine you probably aren't getting an even saturation or the right water temp.
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why do people do pour over? isn't it same as just a drip coffee?
The v60 is an awesome, easy to use pour over device, I'm definitely gonna pick this up. Pour overs give great tasting coffee. You are able to tinker with your brew a, great for coffee nerds like myself.
If you have never used a pour over device before and want to know how to brew coffee with it check this link out:
https://bettercoffeeathome.com/co...g-methods/
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No, Because hipsters that drink fair trade single origin roasts do not consider themselves as regular 'people'
A pour over is a precise method of making coffee. You control all the variables.

Tell me a hobby you are into so I can make stupid comments about it and sound like a moron.
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why do people do pour over? isn't it same as just a drip coffee?
It's for people who are really into coffee and want to dial in their brews.

With most coffee machines you cannot bloom your coffee (fresh coffee needs to degas for a bit before you brew it) the water temp, or the dispensing of the water.

All in all it's just a precision thing.

If you don't have a goosneck kettle, a decent grinder, and kitchen scale it's probably not for you.
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A pour over is a precise method of making coffee. You control all the variables.

Tell me a hobby you are into so I can make stupid comments about it and sound like a moron.
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No, Because hipsters that drink fair trade single origin roasts do not consider themselves as regular 'people'
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Tell me a hobby you are into so I can make stupid comments about it and sound like a moron.
Great reply to the uninformed haters of anything. +1

To add to what others have been saying, it's important to realize that coffee is a food, and any food tastes better with better preparation. To say that well-done pour over coffee is the same as badly brewed coffee is just as wrong as saying that all steaks taste the same no matter how you cook it.

The problem with communicating this idea is that the difference between good steak vs bad steak (or whatever people are familiar with comparing) is a lot more obvious than good vs bad coffee. The same can be said for wine, beer, and other acquired tastes. And instead of getting informed, people default to hating. Hence, uninformed haters.
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why do people do pour over? isn't it same as just a drip coffee?
It saves me counter space.
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The v60 is my go-to in the morning. I have the ceramic version and it can sit on a mug for single serving or a decanter for more people. I'd recommend glass or ceramic over plastic.
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