Made from stainless steel, this kettle is suited to all types of stove top, and features a built in thermometer, allowing you to fine tune the temperature of your water. The included dripper and 20pc fine filter set give you everything you need to create the perfect cup of coffee, time and time again.
Material: High-grade stainless steel
Capacity: 40 fl oz
Dimensions: 6.9 x 5 in
Includes: ceramic coffee dripper, 20 pcs biodegradable coffee filters and digital coffee guide
Full control of your pour
The elegant gooseneck spout doesn't just look great, it allows you very fine control over both the speed and the aim of your pour. This means you can distribute hot water over your grounds slowly and evenly to achieve a much more balanced saturation and therefore, extraction. The built in variable temperature thermometer ensures your water is at the perfect point for the coffee (or tea) you're preparing.
Finer filters - quicker extraction
Unlike some other models, this pour over coffee kettle includes 20 extremely fine filters, as well as a ridged dripper suitable for 1 or 2 cups, both of which have been carefully designed to maximize the quality and consistency of your brew, as well as reducing the overall extraction time.
It's constructed from surgical grade steel, which means quick heating to your desired temperature, whether you're using a gas stove, electric, halogen or induction. It also means there's no danger of oxidation or rust even over a whole lifetime of use, which would affect the flavor of your coffee. The ergonomically designed handle is heat resistant, and curves away from the base to minimize the chance of contact. The airtight lid eliminates any worries about leakage or spills.
It's a specialized vessel that has been designed to heat and pour water specifically for the production of coffee. Most models feature a thermometer for precise control of the water temperature, as well as a narrow spout, from which it takes its name, which allows hot water to be poured gradually and accurately over the coffee grounds.
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.
Yes. This model is designed for use with all common household stoves, whether that's gas, electric, induction, ceramic, or hotplate. The steel construction is ideal for bringing your water to the perfect temperature quickly and efficiently, with no wasted energy.
Technically speaking, you can use almost any household item to heat water for your coffee - but the question is whether you're looking for the best precision and control. Using a standard spouted kettle, or worse still, a saucepan doesn't allow you much in the way of control over the speed at which you pour and how you position the stream of water. And neither of those options give you any kind of temperature control - you basically have to go for boiling every time - which can burn your grounds.
Yes. As discussed above, the options available in the average kitchen simply don't give you enough control to produce consistently good coffee. This is especially true with precision brewing methods such as Chemex, where accurate positioning of the pour and controlled water temperature are the key to a successful brew. A dedicated pour over kettle, preferably a long neck kettle, is the answer.