You could just use a pour over brewer on top of a mug and be done with it. It will work well, could produce delicious coffee, and be hidden away in the cupboard after use until the next time you need to make coffee. You may even be bold enough to brew a pour over into a jug when you have friends over because, does it really matter that it looks sub-par and, in the end, you're all just going to drink it, right?
And that's OK. But...
...you could choose to leave this sleek, modern pour over kit on your counter for your visual pleasure: a contrast between the matte black dripper and stand with the high quality glass carafe. You could enjoy the aesthetic, as well as the coffee, and when friends come by, you'll even be tempted to move it to the table to brew in front of them. With an adjustable height stand, you can even increase the height if you feel the need to brew more into a larger carafe and, to avoid making a mess, you could use the provided glass filter stand to catch any remaining coffee without dripping on the table.
Either way works and we don't judge you for it here at Eight Ounce - we promise. But, if it was us? We like to show off a little.
- Capacity: 700 ml (23.7 oz)
- Stainless Steel Stand
- Heat-resistant glass Server and Holder (Microwave and Dishwasher Safe)
- Porcelain Brewer (Microwave and Dishwasher Safe)
- Includes 20 Paper Filters
Caring for the Stainless Steel Stand:
Do not use in a dishwasher. To prevent rust, immediately wash and dry well after use. Store it away from other metals. When adjusting the height of the stand, hold the ring while unscrewing the knob. Coating may wear off due to screwing the knob but will not affect usage of the product.
Caring for the Glass Server and Holder:
Maximum temperature differential: 120℃ / 248℉. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Do not overheat in the microwave or heat without water. Use only for its intended purposes. Do not use on a direct fire. Wash with care. Do not use abrasive cleansers or steel wool. Sudden temperature change may break or shatter the product. While the glass is hot, do not pour cold liquids into it and do not place it on a wet cloth or a wet surface.