Pourover - Artisanté.in

Pourover coffee only requires (freshly) ground coffee, filter paper, and a holder for the filter. At the most basic level, pourover brewing involves pouring water over and through the grounds to extract the coffee flavours into your cup or serving vessel.

 Pourover coffee constantly replenishes the water immersed in the grounds  with new, fresher water. This promotes a faster, more efficient extraction.


Coffee: 20 grams of your favourite Artisante coffee

Water: 330 ML water
Grind: Medium
Time: 3-5 minutes
Makes: One 300 ML Cup

  1. Place the filter on top of your favoured pourover device, pour hot water through to dampen the filter and warm your cup.
  2. Grind 20 grams of Artisante coffee (if you purchased whole beans) Grind to a medium coarse grind. 
  3. Empty out the warm water from your cup.
  4. Insert the ground coffee powder to the pour over brewer, shake gentle to level the grounds out.
  5. Add about 60-80 ML water very slowly to wet the grounds, try to cover the whole circumference.
  6. Allow the coffee to bloom (The fresh coffee will expand as the gases escape).
  7. Stir the coffee gently.
  8. Starting from the centre, in a circular motion, pour the hot water very carefully over the coffee grounds, approximately 80-100ML at a time, allow the water to drain in between each pour until you have finished all the water.