The Hario V60 is a simple, yet elegant home brewing method. It’s ribbed design allows for the extraction the most subtle hints of flavour. The Hario V60 is popular for good reason – It’s super easy to brew a delicious cup of coffee!

Follow our 8 step guide to achieve a clean cup for your home brew.



What you'll need

  • Hario V60 brewer
  • Grinder
  • Scale
  • Gooseneck kettle
  • Server
  • Filtered water
  • Nuddy Coffee

STEP 1

Boil a kettle of filtered water.

The ideal water temperature is between 92 and 94 degrees celsius. If you have a regular kettle, bring it to boil and then leave it to sit for a few minutes whilst grinding your coffee.

STEP 2

Rinse the paper filter.

Place a paper filter into the V60 brewer and rinse it with hot water. Rinsing the filter will remove the “papery” taste as well as preheating the brewer and the server.

STEP 3

Place the brewer and the server on a scale and tare to zero.

Make sure to discard the water that was used during the rinsing process.

STEP 4

Add 15g of ground coffee on the V60 brewer.

The grind size should be a similar size to course table salt. Freshly ground coffee always tastes the best!

STEP 5

Pour 50g of hot water.

Pour gently over all of the coffee ground. Leave it for 15-30 seconds to allow it to bloom.

STEP 6

Stir gently.

Give it a gentle stir so all the coffee grind is nice and wet.

STEP 7

Pour a further 200g of hot water using a circular motion.

For the best results, separate the pour in 3-4 times to keep the water level above the coffee bed.

STEP 8

Let it drip until it’s finished.

Make sure the water is drained from the coffee bed completely. This should take 2 to 3 minutes.

Tip: If it’s taking longer than expected, coarsen the grind next time. If it’s running short, go finer.

Enjoy!