Osso Ceramics Pour Over

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A pour over coffee dripper modeled after the V60 design with a single hole at the bottom and ridged sides for better coffee flow. 

Which is better stainless steel or ceramic coffee dripper?

Stainless steel coffee drippers are durable, lightweight, and often come with fine mesh filters that eliminate the need for paper filters. In contrast, ceramic drippers offer superior heat retention and even brewing temperatures, enhancing flavor but are heavier and more fragile. The choice depends on whether you prioritize durability and convenience or flavor and consistency.

What material is best for pour-over coffee?

Ceramic and glass drippers are considered the best materials for pour-over coffee due to their excellent heat retention and even brewing, which improves coffee flavor.

Why is my pour-over coffee not good?

Several factors can affect the quality of your pour-over coffee. The grind size should be appropriate—too fine or too coarse can disrupt extraction. Water temperature should be between 195°F and 205°F. Brewing time is crucial; incorrect timing can lead to under-extraction or over-extraction. The coffee-to-water ratio must be correct; using too much or too little coffee affects strength and flavor. Lastly, an inconsistent pour technique can cause uneven extraction.

How do you clean a ceramic coffee dripper?

To clean a ceramic coffee dripper, rinse it with hot water immediately after use to remove coffee grounds. Use a mild detergent and a soft sponge or brush to scrub the inside and outside of the dripper. Avoid abrasive cleaners or brushes to prevent scratching the ceramic surface. Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap residue and allow the dripper to air dry completely before storing to prevent mold or mildew.