3 African Sisters

Hario V60 01 Ceramic Coffee Dripper

R 499.00

Handcrafted in Japan, this iconic brewer invites you to indulge in the art of coffee brewing. Designed for one, it seamlessly merges tradition with innovation, ensuring the genuine flavors of your coffee shine through untouched. It's a beloved choice among enthusiasts worldwide for its ability to elevate the coffee experience to new heights.

    • Enjoy more heat capacity, ideal for maintaining optimal brewing temperatures.
    • Easily clean your ceramic equipment in the dishwasher.
    • Ceramic is less likely to stain compared to other materials, ensuring long-lasting durability.

    • Large opening at the bottom ensures even water flow for consistent brewing.
    • Internal ridges prevent paper sticking to the sides, promoting uniform extraction.
    • Spiral ridges aid in water movement, supporting even extraction.
    • Compatible with most cups, mugs, and servers for versatile use.
    • Easy-to-clean design for hassle-free maintenance.
    • Heat-resistant construction ensures safe handling.
    • Available in ceramic or plastic finish to suit your preferences.
    • 01 Size, perfect for brewing 1-2 cups (1 mug) at a time.
    1. Boil water, about twice the amount needed for your coffee.
    2. Fold a paper filter along the seam and place it in the dripper.
    3. Rinse the filter with hot water to remove any paper taste.
    4. Let the hot water warm up your brewing equipment.
    5. Grind your 3 African Sisters coffee to a medium-coarse setting. About 70g per litre (~9g per 125ml cup).
    6. Discard the rinse water and add the coffee grounds to the dripper.
    7. Tap the dripper gently to level the coffee bed.
    8. Pour a small amount of water to wet the grounds.
    9. After 30 seconds, slowly pour the rest of the water in a spiral motion.
    10. Maintain a consistent pouring speed, aiming for the center of the grounds.
    11. Pause pouring if the dripper fills up too quickly.
    12. Allow the water to drain completely through the dripper.
    13. Remove the filter and grounds, then rinse the dripper.
    14. Enjoy your freshly brewed 3 African Sisters coffee!