Brewing with a V60 drip coffee maker isn’t just for the elite cafes or Starbucks, you can now enjoy this premium brewing in the comfort of your own home.
This method has become very popular amongst coffee lovers for one simple reason; the delicious results!
When done correctly, it will brew a perfect cup every time.
This method of brewing should not intimidate and can be easy for everyone. Once you have followed our simple steps a few times, you will wonder why you ever worried about its complexity.
Our V60 gift set has everything you need to create an exquisite beverage.
- Weight out 23g of beans (or ground if you don’t have a grinder).
- Grind the beans on your preferred grinder setting. (Skip this step if you are using ground).
- Boil your kettle.
- Fold your filter papers and put into the drip.
- Pour hot water into the filter to rinse.
- Put in your ground coffee.
- Pour the water into the gooseneck kettle.
- Add 60g of your boiled water, stir and steep for 30 seconds.
- Then pour the other 350g of water slowly in loops.
- Leave to filter for around 2 and a half minutes.
- Serve and enjoy!
How Else Can I Use My V60 Coffee Maker? – Delicious Iced Coffee Recipe
You are not limited to a hot drink once you have purchased a V60 drip, you can also enjoy this fantastic iced coffee recipe.
Once you have brewed your coffee using our V60 method, allow it to cool in the fridge.
Grab your favourite glass, add some ice and pour in your coffee.
Now here’s the fun part… experiment!
- Milk – Normal, condensed and almond are all great options.
- Sweetener – Sugar and honey are delicious in iced coffee. Syrups are also a creative way to add some sweetness, you can view our wide range here.
- Beans – Try different variations to see what kind of flavours are your favourite. If you are struggling for inspiration have a look at our guide to the best coffees for a V60 drip coffee maker.
Why Use a V60 Drip Coffee Maker?
Once you taste the quality this method produces, you may not be able to go back to instant coffee. If you follow our simple guide, your beans should be brewed to perfection.
If you don’t have time to wait 2 and a half minutes for it to filter, just try to wait as long as you can. The reason we recommend this is because the slower your pour and the longer you wait, the more flavours can be pulled out and the more complex the finished product will be.
Another great benefit of this method is that apart from boiling the water, no electricity is needed.