Getting Started with Hand Drip (2) Drip Pot Edition HARIO V60 Drip Kettle Vono

In this project, we will introduce recommended equipment for those who want to seriously try making coffee.
In the previous article , we introduced "Dripper".
The second part introduces the ``drip pot'', which has the most influence on the act of pouring hot water, which is no exaggeration to say that it determines the taste of coffee brewing.

``HARIO V60 Drip Kettle Vono'' is easy for anyone to use

It is no exaggeration to say that the most important and most difficult step in coffee extraction is ``pour hot water.'' The tool that has the most influence on this behavior is the "drip pot."

It is very important to be able to pour thin water with drip.
``Steaming'' is what I consider to be the most important step in the extraction process, and the key to this process is being able to pour in a steady stream of thin water.

Of course, the best thing is that you can freely control both thin and thick baths, but I think it is difficult to control it freely if you are just starting out with drip water.
Therefore, first of all, it is important to be able to extract stably with hot water.

We recommend the ``HARIO V60 Drip Kettle Vono'' for such people.

Spout designed for ease of pouring

``HARIO V60 Drip Kettle Vono'' can stably pour hot water in a thin stream.
For this reason, the shape of the spout is very important.

The spout is uniquely designed by HARIO.
It has a thin and sharp spout that allows you to easily dispense hot water by simply tilting it.
In addition, the balance between the drip pot and the dripper when brewing has been carefully considered.
If it is too close or too far away, it will be difficult to brew, but by designing it with an exquisite sense of distance, the shape makes it easy for anyone to pour and control, achieving stable extraction performance. He will do it for you.

Handle shape for easy fit

We are also particular about how to hold the handle, and the shape of the handle is designed to make it easier to drip.

In order to consistently pour hot water, it is also very important that the drip pot fits comfortably in your hand.

The basic way to hold a drip is to rest your thumb on the top of the handle, but to make this easier to hold, the top of the handle is wide and shaped to fit your thumb easily.
What did you think?
The variety of extraction equipment is increasing, and I think many people who are just starting out are confused.

We will continue to introduce recommended equipment for those who are just starting out with hand drip, so please feel free to use it as a reference!

Hiroto Usukura