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STEPS
INGREDIENTS
Start with good beans from a reputable source!

Start with good beans from a reputable source!

Put two tablespoons of beans in your burr mill and mill them to a medium-fine ground.

Put two tablespoons of beans in your burr mill and mill them to a medium-fine ground.

Heat water to 180-205 degrees. (82-96 degrees C) Boiling water draws out the bitter fatty acids in coffee beans, which causes the slick oil surface and bitter taste in conventionally-prepared coffee.

Heat water to 180-205 degrees. (82-96 degrees C) Boiling water draws out the bitter fatty acids in coffee beans, which causes the slick oil surface and bitter taste in conventionally-prepared coffee.

Bonmac #4 filters fit my dripper (the Blue Bottle brand) as well as porcelain and ceramic Bonmac first-party drippers. Good filters help preserve the flavor profile.

Bonmac #4 filters fit my dripper (the Blue Bottle brand) as well as porcelain and ceramic Bonmac first-party drippers. Good filters help preserve the flavor profile.

Pour water over grounds. Stir gently with a spoon.

Pour water over grounds. Stir gently with a spoon.

Enjoy your fine cup of coffee! If this is your first time preparing it pour-over style, try it black to compare the taste. You may find you don't need as much (if any) cream.

  • Whole coffee beans
  • Burr mill
  • Accurate electric kettle
  • Ceramic dripper
  • Coffee mug
  • Tap water