Pour over coffee is a pretty straightforward way of getting your brew. You basically just put a paper cone on your pour-over cup, which is sitting in front of your own coffee cup. Then put your ground beans, pour hot water over these, and wait for a few minutes until the coffee-laded liquid collects in the coffee cup.
Many avid coffee drinkers opt for this method of coffee preparation because it offers a controlled way of ensuring even distribution of water throughout the beans. This results in a vibrant, flavorful coffee without any trace of bitterness.
For that, we'd recommend our Ethiopia Yirgacheffe, as this method highlights the fruity berry notes really well. But because pour over gives a very clean taste, you really should try all our single origins on this, to really enjoy all that the bean has to offer! Our Brazil Cerrado is a medium-dark roast with chocolatey and nutty taste notes, and you'll find the Sumatra Timo exudes strong earthy notes without being overbearing.
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