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Hi, I'm John from Roos Roast. This is Hario
filter. Notice the pointy end of it. We're gonna show you today how to make a
Hario pour over at Roos Roast. So what you do is we like to use Hario filters
because Japanese are perfectionists about making coffee
Start off by dampening your filter with hot water. This rinses the paper, gets any weird paper that may be in the paper
how much coffee do we use? Eight table spoons. Eight of these. And what's eight table spoons?
It's actually a half a cup. Will you please grind that for me? [Of course!]. Thank you very much.
now make sure you dump out all the water you rinsed with
I've prepared one cup of water in the kettle here, hot.
you're going to pour over this. A lot of people will weigh the coffee, they'll measure it
they'll do this over a scale. We just go for the half a cup, making it real easy on ya.
Here's a half a cup of Lobster Butter Love.
and now we're going to pour the water in.
You're pouring the water very slowly over this. And you want to continually pour it.
We roast all of our coffee here fresh. The old school way of doing this was
let the coffee sit for a few minutes. The new school is continually pouring.
you can dance, you know, if you can ignore customers. Are you ready for your test? It is so intense!
pour it very very slowly.
Guys how's it going? [going great!] Okay, good.
Okay, good, good, pouring, pouring, pouring, pouring, pouring, pouring, pouring, pouring...
There we go! We're done pouring.
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We're going to end up with one very fine cup of coffee. I mean more is more.
You can find all of these things on our website.
The Hario filter. The pointy end.
The beautiful Japanese ceramic.
Look at this. There's the first cup.
Let's taste it.
Let's do it.
[slurping sound]. Mmmmm.
very strong. Wow!
Good. Super good. [Now that's a Lobster Butter].
Here, take a taste. Now that's a cup of coffee.