Patricia Perez

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Ground coffee
20 g
Water temperature
96 °C
Grind size
Medium fine
Brew time
3 min. 30 sec.
Amount of water
310 mL



What you’ll need: V60-02 Dripper, 02 compatible Hario filters, Kettle, Carafe or Mug, Digital Sacle, Timer Preparation ⇒ Fill your kettle with water and bring to a boil ↳ A temperature of 96°C is suggested ↳ f you don't have control over the water temperature, let your kettle sit for 30s - 1min to allow the water to cool down slightly. Otherwise, the boiling water will burn the ground coffee. ⇒ Place a paper filter in the brewer and rinse it with boiling water ↳ Once the filter has been rinsed, set your kettle to boil once more and let stand 30s when finished ⇒ Weigh and grind 20g of coffee ⇒ Place the ground coffee in the brewer and shake it gently so that the coffee bed is flat ↳ This ensures an even extraction ⇒ Place the brewer of your carafe or mug and set them both on your scale ↳ Make sure to tare the scale Extraction ⇒ Start a timer ⇒ Pour 60ml of water in 30 seconds to bloom the coffee bed ⇒ Holding the brewer with both hands, swirl it for 15 seconds ↳ This step allows to saturate the ground coffee and optimises the extraction ↳ It is important not to swirl too aggressively ⇒ At 45 seconds, gently pour 90ml of water in a circular motion ↳ Wait 10s ⇒ Pour 80ml of water, still in a circular motion ↳ Wait 5s ⇒ Pour another 80ml of water in a circular motion ↳ The scale should now show a total weight of 310g ⇒ Let the slurry drain completely ↳ The total brew time should be between 3min 10s and 3min 30s ↳ If your brew took more than 3min 10s, grind your coffee coarser next time. Conversely, if your extraction took less than 2min 50s, grind finer. ⇒ Swirl the brewed coffee in your carafe and enjoy a delicious cup of coffee Source: