Pour over coffee maker

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Bialetti's plastic pour over coffee maker offers a functional and technical design for those that desire a more fundamental and controlled brewing method.

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Plastic Pourover

Size Available

Size Filter Size
2-cups 2-cup

Key Features

Material High Temp Plastic
Dishwasher Safe Yes
Hand Wash Yes

Porcelain Pourover with Mug

Size Available

Size Filter Size
2-cups 2-cup

Key Features

Material Porcelain
Dishwasher Safe Yes
Hand Wash Yes

Glass Pourover Carafe

Size Available

Size Filter Size
6-cups Reusable Filter

Key Features

Material Glass with Stainless Steel Filter
Dishwasher Safe Yes
Hand Wash Yes

What you will need

  1. Bialetti pour over coffee maker
  2. Mug that provides a sturdy base
  3. 20-25g of medium-fine ground coffee of your choice
  4. 10-12 fl. oz. of filtered water
  5. Gooseneck kettle for precise pour
  6. Cone or fan shaped #2 filter
  7. Scale for measuring gram weight of coffee and water
  8. Coffee scoop

Brewing directions

  1. Place any #2 paper filter into your Bialetti pour over coffee maker. For cone shaped filter fold along seam (see figure 1). For fan shaped, fold bottom to a point (see figure 2).
  2. Place coffee maker on cup. Rinse filter with hot water and discard water in cup.
  3. Place coffee grounds into filter and level our the grounds by gently shaking the brewer. Medium-fine grind recommended, 20-25 grams for 10-12 fl. oz. of water (see figure 3).
  4. Remove boiling water from burner and wait for the water to stop boiling (approx. 200 degrees Fahrenheit).
  5. Pour hot water into the center of the grounds slowly moving outward in a circular motion until all grounds are submerged (see figure 4).
  6. Wait for all water to move through the grounds and filter (approx.. 20 seconds) and then repeat steps 5 and 6 2-3 more times, until the desired amount of coffee is in the cup below.

cleaning

  • Before first use wash with warm soapy water.
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Do not use abrasive sponges, detergents, or steel wool.

Helpful hints

  • For best results use medium to fine grind coffee beans.
  • Store coffee grounds or beans in freezer to maintain taste and quality.
  • Grind coffee beans immediately before brewing each time for a better fresher taste.
  • Brew with filtered water.
  • Use thermometer and scale for exact measurements.