If you or someone you love is ready to see what all the fuss is about with Pour Over Coffee Pots, we’ve curated a box set with three varieties of coffee all ground specifically for a Pour Over, packed in a custom-made wooden reusable box.
Box Set Includes:
- The three varieties of coffee are Classico, Infusion, and Chocotelli
- The coffee cup is a ‘Transparent Love’ Double Wall Heart-Shaped Mug made from durable, shatter-resistant borosilicate glass.
- The box is handmade pine with a metal hinged lid, and is meant to be repurposed and last for years.
- The coffee pot is a popular pour-over CHEMEX-style pot.
- Material: Borosilicate Glass (heat resistant)
- Volume: 13.5 ounces (400ml)
- Temperature Range: -4F to -238F (-20C to -150C)
- Size: 3.74 inches wide and 6.42 inches tall (9.5cm x 16.3cm)
- To learn more about how to use it, click HERE
- Click here leads to a page “Using Your Pour Over Coffee Pot” with photos found in the Pour Over file and marked 1 Coffee Pot, 2 Coffee Pot, 3 Coffee Pot, 4 Coffee Pot
- CHEMEX® style pour over coffee pot
- The CHEMEX® was invented by chemist and inventor Peter Schlumbohm, and its design has not changed. Why would it? The extraction method is simple and powerful, producing a sweet and aromatic drink. This design is so inspired that even now it is included in the permanent collections of many prestigious American museums, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Smithsonian, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. This is our interpretation of that timeless classic.
- How to Do Your Brew:
- Full flavor and perfection take time, practice, and your own special creative touch. Our pourover coffee maker gives you all the tools you need to achieve a rich coffee experience which lets your personal style and taste shine through.
- Step One: Find it and Grind it.
- Grind your Lucatelli Coffee to a medium coarse ground. Use a burr grinder to get the most consistent particle size. This will allow you to get more of the flavor from the coffee, resulting in a fuller bodied cup.
- Step Two: Filter Up
- Open a square coffee filter and fold it so that one side of the cone has three layers, and then place it into the top of the brewer. Place the thick three-layer section over the pouring spout. Pro Tip: Dampen the filter with warm water to rinse and preheat the brewer, then pour the water out completely.
- Step Three: Scoop It
- Scoop a rounded tablespoon of ground coffee for every 5 oz. cup into the filter cone. To strengthen the flavor, put an extra tablespoon in at the end.
- Step 4: Let it Bloom
- Once you have brought the appropriate amount of water to a boil, remove it from the heat and allow it to stop boiling vigorously. Pour a small amount of water in a circular motion over the coffee grounds to wet them, and wait for about 30 seconds for them to “bloom”.
- Optional Tip: The “bloom” is escaping gas that has been trapped in the beans during the roasting process. You will see the grounds inflate and bubbles appear on their surface as the flavor inhibiting gas expels upward. Once this is complete, water can freely extract the aromatics and coffee oils while brewing.
- Step 5: First pour
- After the grounds bloom, slowly pour the water over the grounds while keeping the water level well below the top of the Coffeemaker (quarter inch or more).