Size: W120 × D100 × H100mm, Φ90mm (4 cups)
Material:Stainless steel (SUS304)
Recommended Filter: -
Made in China
*Server used in the images are theHario V60 Coffee Server.
The name Hario originated from the combination of the Japanese word hari (玻璃) or glass and o (王) or king, combined formed the meaning the King of Glass. A brand with more than 100 years of experience under it's belt started in 1921 as a laboratory glassware seller and manufacturer in Tokyo, Japan. Using their heatproof glassware and glass processing techniques, Hario started creating coffee siphons in 1948. Later on they expanded to creating their well loved home products from other materials. They are now a household name among coffee brewing enthusiasts.
Honestly it’s actually pretty good of a filter, although it leads to extraction of more of the oils when brewing, it’s very convenient and cleanup is very easy.
I had difficulties at first to successfully brew with it and then , I've start using a wdt tool before brewing and the result was good and reprocible
II made a very good, smooth cup of coffee using Tetsu's dripper. It was my first time using a stainless steel dripper that produced a clean cup and nice tasting notes of the coffee. I used the Osmotic flow method with a medium-dark roasted coffee.
The brewer brews by beverage weight, so that takes a little getting used to. Once you do, the coffee is superb and provides something not unlike an aero press if you mixed that a little with v60.
It's very environmentally good and it's convenient because you don't even need rinsing time. The time to be extracted is also very properly distributed, allowing delicious extraction.
Very nice and compact to handle
Subtle and fragrant, wonderful to drink neat, but my personal favourite would be with soy/oatmilk, finally found a brand for my daily caffeine dose 😍
A good balance of sweetness and fruitiness. I usually like light roast beans but I enjoyed the medium roast summer blend very much.