Kalita is, similar to Hario, a Japanese company that has challenged the Hario brand in producing pour-over drippers. Kalita has successfully built a pour-over dripper that is now trusted by coffee connoisseurs globally.
The process of making this pour-over coffee is one that can take finesse and skill, or be as simple as you like.
20g coffee - 340g water – 3 min brew time
Measure and grind coffee. Ground coffee should be course, similar to the grind used for a French press.
Pour hot water through the filter to wet the paper and to warm up the filter and the cup/decanter.
Add the ground coffee to the filter.
Wet the coffee. Use 60 grams of water (three times the dry weight of ground coffee). Bloom for 30-45 sec.
Pour more water using a slow, gradually rotating movement on the grounds until the scale shows 200 grams. Let steep for 30 sec.
Use the rest of the water to first clean up the brim of the filter and then pour the rest of the water on the grounds with a rotating movement until the scale shows 340 grams.
Swirl the cup/decanter before serving. And enjoy!
- 155 (1-2 cup)
- 185 (2-4 cup)
Please note filters are not included, but can be purchased separately.
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