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A step-by-step to the perfect pour over coffee | Man of the House

If you can’t buy a properly brewed cup at your favorite coffee shop just yet, the next best thing is to learn how to make it at home. Thankfully, coffee expert and social entrepreneur Michael Harris Conlin shows that the pour over process—from grinding the beans to pouring the hot water—can be a breeze with the right equipment and a bit of patience.
ANCX | May 24 2020
 

If you want to make your own pour over coffee, below is a list of what to buy and where to buy them.

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Acaia

Acacia Pearl Coffee Scale

The minimalistic design and laboratory-grade parts make for a seamless brewing experience.

Php 11,500 BUY NOW!
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Comandante

Comandante C40 Nitro Blade Grinder Red Sonja

Built for true coffee enthusiasts and specialty coffee connoisseurs, the C40 (MKIII) Nitro Blade is a robust high performance coffee hand grinder with an advanced burr set design.

Php 15,500 BUY NOW!
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HARIO Co., Ltd.

Hario V60 Glass Coffee Dripper

Includes: 1x Glass V60 Coffee Dripper 01 Size (VDG-01B), Brew Directly into a Server, Maximum Heat Retention, High-Durability, Capacity for 1 to 2 Cups, Box with a Manual, Free Measuring Spoon

Php 1,200 BUY NOW!
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Itogon Coffee

Itogon Coffee

Experience the transformation of Itogon from a mining community into a fully sustainable coffee growing community.

Php 580 BUY NOW!
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Stagg EKG

Stagg EKG Electric Pour-Over Kettle

Variable temperature control, barista-level functionality, and a stunning, minimalist design, Stagg EKG is the pour-over kettle perfected.

Php 14,500 BUY NOW!
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All of these and othrer coffee beans, gear, and other paraphernalia may be found in TheVault.ph.

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