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$15 · Hario Pour Over Coffee Dripper ($38.70 w/tax new) & filters MADE IN JAPAN

YES it is still available. Downtown Fort and Cook area, cross posted. Selling lots of good stuff. Some items free with purchase. It is a 1-2 cup size, “V60-02” excellent “like new” condition. No stains,cracks, chips or any damage at all. It can be taken apart into 2 pieces for cleaning if wanted. MADE OF BOROSILICATE GLASS It comes with a new homemade 100% organic cotton muslin reusable filter and 10 homemade recyclable paper filters (made from large basket coffee filters I needed to use up and cotton thread making it recyclable). See links “About this item Pour-over brewing method allows you to brew the coffee directly into the cup or server Hands-on brewing allows you, the user, to control brewing time and temperature Made of the best heat resistant borosilicate glass from Hario Professional Experience. Size 02 - 1-2 cup When making coffee it’s best to wet the filters (paper and cloth) with the hot water before adding the coffee. That rids it of any paper taste apparently. To buy cotton filters they are about $10 each. The best way to use these is to rinse after use and store in water in the fridge, I’ve read that stops the oils from permeating the cloth. They can be just rinsed under the tap after use and an occasional washing, likely a quick hand wash is best. I have used cloth filters for years, they don’t wear out! Paper filters add up in cost, much cheaper this way and the coffee tastes better! Seam goes to the outside when set in the filter so that grounds can’t get caught up in the seams. This link explains the benefits of using cloth filters. https://www.craftcoffeeguru.com/why-type-of-coffee-filter-is-best-paper-metal-or-cloth/

Ad #
39823922
Posted
November 24, 2022
Expiry
February 22, 2023
Status
NOT SOLD
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