In this video I will show you how to pour over with a Hario V60 aimed at beginner’s looking for a basic filter coffee method. The V60 technique can also be used with any large cone shaped brewer with a large open area. The V60 used in the video is an 01 (single serve). After watching this video you should know how to make pour-over coffee, feel free to ask any questions in the comments below.
-V60 and filter paper. -Weighing Scales. -Hot water (92-95 degrees celsius). -Spoon. -Coffee beans and grinder. -Timer. -Coffee cup.
Learning how to pour over is a great alternative to an espresso machine producing a brew with more acidity than espresso. It offers different nuances and flavours in comparison to espresso. This guide on how to pour over can be easy and a great method for your morning ritual gaining popularity over the traditional French press.
This video runs through a very basic yet important barista technique of how to pour two (or more) milk-based beverages while retaining even foam distribution throughout. This video will be of help whether you are pouring for a flat-white, latte, cappuccino or any other milk beverage.
Start with two milk jugs ready, one with enough steamed milk for the two coffee's you will be pouring. Before you start, pre-heat the secondary milk jug with a few mls of hot water.
STEP1: Pour 1/4 of the steamed milk into your secondary milk jug. STEP2: Pour your first milk beverage/flat white. STEP3: Pour the remainder of your milk into the secondary jug (this jug already contains 1/4 of the steamed milk). STEP4: Swirl the milk jug and pour the second milk beverage/flat white.