• Description
  • Specs
  • Method
  • So you've got a *insert your favourite manual brew method* but you can't seem to get your coffee quite as good as those pesky uber-trendy baristas at your friendly local specialty coffee house. How do they do it - is it coffee magic? Well, maybe. But there are a range of factors that contribute to an even extraction, and this is a biggie.

    This lovely kettle is pretty much the standard in pouring kettles for home or cafe use. It allows you to direct the flow of the water over your coffee bed and also control the pace, ensuring you have the potential to get the most out of your coffee. This kettle is also burner-friendly, so if the feeling takes you, you can bring it to the boil like old fashioned kettles. Just don't try and heat it in the microwave.

    • Stainless Steel
    • Compatible with induction and direct flame heating surfaces
    • Practical Capacity: 800ml
    • Full Capacity to Rim: 1.2L
    • Height: 147mm
    • Width: 274mm
    • Depth: 144mm
    • Made in Japan
  • Method Coming Soon

hari hair wood gas flame pourover pour-over pour over japanese japan ketle

Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
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Eric J. (Edmonton, CA)
Excellent

Well made. I like that the spout has a good 'reach' (or angle, maybe?) so that it's not bumping up against my V60. The stream is not too turbulent at all. It allows you to pour fast or slow, but it does actually require some practice as it was harder to get a constant flow than I was used to.
I do wish it had a built in thermometer now that I have it, but that's my issue.

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Eric Fung (Calgary, CA)
Simple, Elegant, Effective

This kettle does the job as advertised. Great pour from the spout. Keep in mind that is a faster pour than many other goosenecks so you'll need some practice to get it just right. Once you get the hang of it, it's perfect.
It does not have any temperature indicator, but you can easily get around that by using a quick read electronic food thermometer. I found it does take a while to heat up on my gas range, so some patience is needed. However, all that is worth the ability to fully clean the kettle without worry about electronics and the satisfaction that there are basically no points of failure.

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celina d. (Victoria, CA)
For that perfectly aesthetic pour…

Thanks to this adorable kettle, I am finally able to get the lovely meditative pour-over experience. I was convinced to buy this kettle after watching a James Hoffman kettle review. This one had the most beautiful stream and I can tell it’s a buy-it-for-life kind of item.

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Alex F. (Richmond, CA)
Classy and functional

Can't beat the original Hario Buono. Can confirm this is the one made in Japan. Pours effortlessly and with great control. Be aware that the plastic handle can also become warm to touch if left on the stove for a while.

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Patrick D. (Toronto, CA)
Good pour, slow to heat

Well-made just takes a while to heat up, at least on a gas range.

Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
95%
(18)
5%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
E
Eric J. (Edmonton, CA)
Excellent

Well made. I like that the spout has a good 'reach' (or angle, maybe?) so that it's not bumping up against my V60. The stream is not too turbulent at all. It allows you to pour fast or slow, but it does actually require some practice as it was harder to get a constant flow than I was used to.
I do wish it had a built in thermometer now that I have it, but that's my issue.

E
Eric Fung (Calgary, CA)
Simple, Elegant, Effective

This kettle does the job as advertised. Great pour from the spout. Keep in mind that is a faster pour than many other goosenecks so you'll need some practice to get it just right. Once you get the hang of it, it's perfect.
It does not have any temperature indicator, but you can easily get around that by using a quick read electronic food thermometer. I found it does take a while to heat up on my gas range, so some patience is needed. However, all that is worth the ability to fully clean the kettle without worry about electronics and the satisfaction that there are basically no points of failure.

c
celina d. (Victoria, CA)
For that perfectly aesthetic pour…

Thanks to this adorable kettle, I am finally able to get the lovely meditative pour-over experience. I was convinced to buy this kettle after watching a James Hoffman kettle review. This one had the most beautiful stream and I can tell it’s a buy-it-for-life kind of item.

A
Alex F. (Richmond, CA)
Classy and functional

Can't beat the original Hario Buono. Can confirm this is the one made in Japan. Pours effortlessly and with great control. Be aware that the plastic handle can also become warm to touch if left on the stove for a while.

P
Patrick D. (Toronto, CA)
Good pour, slow to heat

Well-made just takes a while to heat up, at least on a gas range.

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