I’ve recently purchased a Hario V60 pourover filter and will soon write about my brewing method, however this recently caught my eye via Tools and Toys. It is a Kickstarter campaign looking to manufacture a pourover filter cone that attaches to a Mason jar. It is quite close to reaching its funding goal and looks a certainty to be manufactured.
The attraction for me? I am always looking for ways to brew that provide me with a portable way to carry the result, as I would prefer something that I can run out the door with rather than have to transfer into a bottle or alternative container. A small step I know, though one that I am always looking to avoid where possible.
Also, the beauty of the pourover method being that with an appropriately shaped cone and decent filters, it suits a wide variety of materials and vessels in which to capture the resulting brew. Furthermore, with the same ‘user’ technique, the results should be fairly consistent regardless of the manufacturer.
This is a great way to brew and then consume your favourite coffee either hot or cold, and is well worth a look, with 27 days remaining in the campaign.
Image courtesy Pour Mason.I would also check out the short videos the guys have put together on the site.Follow @petedenison
- Pour Mason – Pour Over Coffee Attachment for Mason Jars (coolmaterial.com)
- Pour Mason (uncrate.com)
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