Coffee lovers rejoice! Now you can extract the richest, and the most subtle flavours from your ground coffee, with the Hario olive woodneck coffee drip pot.
Why the Hario Olive Woodneck Drip Pot?
The woodneck coffee drip pot uses a traditional-method reusable cloth filter that has smaller holes than traditional filter papers. This means that the coffee brews with the hot water for a few more crucial seconds before dripping into the pot below. These extra seconds spent brewing help to draw out even more flavour from the coffee, so you can enjoy the perfect cup every time.
The olivewood neck is beautiful but also is the ideal insulation for holding and pouring your coffee. The wood neck divides into two pieces which are held in place by a leather thong. You can easily loosen and remove the wood and leather to wash the glass coffee pot.
How do I make coffee in the Woodneck?
This olive wood coffee drip pot makes one cup of coffee at a time. Wash the cloth filter before first use. Pre-heat the filter and the pot with hot water, then pour away. Place the cloth filter in the top of the pot, and scoop in enough ground coffee for one cup. Lightly tap the pot to level out the coffee grounds.
Carefully pour in boiling water in a circular motion from the centre to the edge - this requires a very steady hand. When you reach the edge, stop pouring and leave the coffee to steam for 30 seconds. Then carefully pour more boiling water evenly over the coffee until the water level almost reaches the top. Leave to brew, and remove the filter when it stops dripping into the pot. Your traditional cloth filtered coffee is ready!
Thoroughly wash the cloth filter after every use, and store wet in a sealed plastic bag in the fridge between uses. This helps to maintain the cloth filter for longer.
How much coffee can I make?
This is the 1-cup drip pot, designed to make one serving at a time. However you can just about brew two 125ml cups at the same time if you prefer.
So tell me more about Hario
Hario was founded in Japan in 1921 as a manufacturer of heat-resistant glass, specialising in laboratory equipment. After World War II, Hario ventured out of the laboratory and pharmaceutical industries and began manufacturing household items – a coffee siphon was their first product suitable for home use. Hario now make award-winning, high quality coffee-making equipment for baristas and home enthusiasts alike. Hario products turn coffee brewing into an art form.
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