Perfectly shaped Pour Over Coffee Maker and lid made from non-porous Borosilicate glass, which will not absorb or retain odors or flavors, with a protective heat resistant silicone sleeve. Reusable stainless steel filter, no need for a paper filter each time you brew.
Material: borosilicate glass
Capacity: 34 oz, 4 cups
Dimensions: 4.75 x 7.9 in
Includes: permanent stainless steel filter, borosilicate glass lid and digital coffee guide
Better Control Over The Brewing Process
Whether you prefer a lighter brew, or a full bodied dark cup of coffee, it allows you to precisely adjust water temperature, pour and brewing time to create your own unique style of coffee, every time.
Professional Grade Materials
Constructed from non-porous Borosilicate glass, this coffee maker doesn't absorb odors or flavours, so every brew is as pure as the last. The stainless steel filter is washable and reusable, which means no more single use paper filters, reducing waste.
The Uno Casa pour over coffee maker is easy to use and just as easy to maintain. By following the included guide to the brewing process, you'll soon be producing barista quality coffee in a matter of minutes. Once you've tried it, you'll never look at your automatic coffee machine the same way again.
Pour over coffee is a brewing method in which the water is poured manually over the coffee grounds, rather than being dripped automatically. This allows you to vary the speed and strength of your brew. Using a coffee pour over kit is a much more nuanced way of brewing coffee compared to automatic coffee makers.
Pour over coffee makers come in a range of designs, but essentially they all work in the same way, allowing you to manually pour water from a kettle or water heater over grounds held in a stainless steel drip filter, or in some cases a disposable paper version.
Does pour over coffee deliver the best cup of coffee? Is it the number one brewing process? Of course, these are matters of personal taste. But if you know how to use a pour over coffee maker, or a pour over dripper, you open up a world of options which aren't available with a drip coffee maker.
The extra control you gain over the brewing process with pour over coffee makers, in our opinion, makes for truly good coffee. A drip coffee maker may be more convenient when you're in a rush, but if you have the time free to really take care over your brew, a glass pour over kit or pour over coffee cone really elevates your cup of coffee to a new level of sophistication.
A pour over coffee maker is very similar to automatic coffee makers in principle. The basic elements are the same, you add coffee grounds to a filter, although this model uses a permanent stainless steel filter rather than a paper filter. paper filters can affect flavour, as they absorb some of the aromatics present in the ground coffee.
With a stainless steel filter, you can achieve greater purity. Also, as it is reusable, there are none of the environmental concerns associated with using disposable paper filters.
There are 6 key steps in brewing a cup of coffee using a pour over coffee maker:
Step 1: Grind your coffee beans.
No single factor has a greater impact on your final cup than the initial grind. A coarser grind will require a longer time brewing to reach full strength. A finer ground coffee will brew more quickly, but depending on your filter, may leave you with grounds in the bottom of your cup.
For pour over coffee we recommend a medium grind to begin with, especially when using a stainless steel filter, but you may wish to vary this according to your personal taste as you experiment further with your coffee maker.
Step 2: Measure out your coffee grounds and water.
The amount you'll need depends on the coffee maker you're using. A single cup coffee dripper will need less than a larger multi-cup coffee maker, for example. You also need to consider the desired strength - a higher ratio of ground coffee to water will give a stronger brew. Differently shaped pour over coffee makers will result in different brewing characteristics.
Step 3: Heat your water.
Pour over coffee makers don't heat their own water like an automated coffee dripper does, so you'll need a kettle or other heating method for this step. Ideally, use an electric kettle with a built in thermometer which allows you to select the precise temperature you need.
Step 4: Wet your coffee grounds.
Before pouring the heated water through your coffee dripper, you need to pre-wet the grounds. Whether you're using a paper or stainless steel filter this step is important as it allows the water from the main pour to circulate freely throughout all the grounds, rather than pouring straight through the middle.
Step 5: Continue pouring to produce your brew.
Pour over coffee will vary according to the speed of the pour, the slower the pour the richer and stronger the final product will be. The size of your pour over coffee maker will also affect the strength, depending on how much space the grounds have to circulate within the water.
Step 6: Enjoy your cup of coffee and experiment further!
Pour over coffee makers give you so much flexibility in how many different styles of coffee you can make, that you'll want to experiment to find the ones which suit you best. There's no "right way" or "wrong way" to make pour over coffee - everyone finds their own way.
The pour over coffee method differs from regular drip coffee in a number of ways. Using a pour over coffee maker allows you to vary the speed at which the water is added, which affects how the flavour is infused from the coffee grounds.
You also have more control over the water temperature for pour over coffee, allowing you to experiment and find the ideal brewing method for your perfect cup of coffee.
As with all coffee makers, it's important that you keep pour over coffee makers clean. Failing to clean coffee makers after each use can quickly lead to buildup of unwanted tannins and oils, which will negatively affect the flavour of your coffee. Most glass pour over coffee makers are dishwasher safe, although you may wish to hand wash them for extra safety.
If your coffee dripper has a reusable stainless steel filter, you'll need to clean that after each use as well. Hot water is usually sufficient, but if you have stubborn stains you can use a mild dish soap - although take care to rinse extremely thoroughly.