Pour-Over Coffee - Brew Rich, Flavorful Coffee with the Manual Drip Method

More than 400 billion cups of coffee are consumed annually around the world, and Americans are responsible for more than 450 cups of that total. It’s hardly surprising that coffee is one of the world’s most consumed beverages. Few other drinks are as satisfying, efficient, and social like a good old cup of coffee. These days, to save time and money (and when isolating due to being blindsided by a pandemic), many people are making their own coffee at home instead of relying on coffee shops. That’s where the best pour over coffee maker comes in. It’s a low-cost kitchen gadget that is as beautiful as it is functional, and most importantly, it produces one of the best cups of coffee you will ever have in your life. Ready for this experience? Here’s how to enjoy it.

What is a ceramic pour-over coffee maker?

First of all, let’s take a closer look at the humble ceramic pour over coffee maker. Unlike electronic coffee makers, pour-over coffee makers are comprised of the pot and the filter. It’s a simple, time-honored method that goes back centuries yet still endures today because of its simplicity and effectiveness. The best pour-over coffee maker itself is shaped to direct and regulate the flow of water, thereby extracting as much flavor and potency as possible. These are not fancy devices, but sweet little gadgets that don’t take up counter space and add to the beauty of your kitchen.

Why choose ceramic for your pour-over coffee maker?

Ceramic is an excellent conductor of heat, and since the pour-over method is just a little slower some other methods, heat retention is important. Also, using the best pour-over coffee maker falls into the “hand method” of making coffee. It’s far easier to burn yourself when working with glass or metal when making coffee. Ceramic, on the other hand, is safer.

You’ll be using your ceramic pour-over coffee maker repeatedly, so it has to stand up to a constant barrage of hot water. Ceramic is up for the challenge! You can use the best pour-over coffee maker again and again without worrying about it deteriorating. It’s that strong and durable.

Can I travel with my ceramic pour-over coffee maker?

You sure can! The best pour-over coffee maker is so lightweight and portable that you can take it with you to work or on vacation. Just wrap it up well in transport to prevent chipping and breakage. With a ceramic pour-over coffee maker, you can enjoy the best cup of joe anywhere you go.

How to use a ceramic pour-over coffee maker?

This may be the easiest cup of coffee you have ever made. To use the best pour over coffee maker, simply put a paper filter in the cone, add 2 Tbsp of ground coffee for every 6 oz of water, then slowly pour water that has been heated to 195-205 degrees Fahrenheit over the coffee in 2 oz intervals. Every two oz, pause for 20 seconds to let that hot water extract every morsel of flavor from the grounds. That’s it! Once you have completed your pour and the final 20-second pause, enjoy your coffee.

We are confident that you’ll love this time-honored way of making delicious coffee. Visit our website to learn more about the best pour-over coffee makers from Kajava Mamma.