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Bialetti Pour Over Filter, 2 Cup

Product Code 6325639
$69.99

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From the original Italian coffeemaker, comes the stylish Bialetti stainless steel pour over filter.

A stylish 2 cup filter made from a double layer of superfine stainless steel mesh to prevent coffee sediment making its way into your cup. An added bonus, no need for paper filters.

- For your 2 cup pour over filter, use a ratio of 20 grams of medium grind coffee (freshly ground is always better) to 300ml of boiling water. If you wish to make a single cup, just half the quantities. Do experiment with different quantities to suit your individual taste and the characteristics of the coffee you're using.
- Wet the grind and allow the coffee to swell (leave for about 45 seconds),
- Then very slowly pour boiling water over the coffee allowing the water to drip through at its own pace (waiting 20 seconds between each pour). Small circular motions ensure you capture the full flavour from all the grounds. The aim is to steadily and uniformly wet the coffee grinds rather than fill the filter with water. The slower the pour, the more time the water has to extract the unique flavour of the coffee.
  • 2 cup
  • Stainless Steel
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  • From the original Italian coffeemaker, comes the stylish Bialetti stainless steel pour over filter.

    A stylish 2 cup filter made from a double layer of superfine stainless steel mesh to prevent coffee sediment making its way into your cup. An added bonus, no need for paper filters.

    - For your 2 cup pour over filter, use a ratio of 20 grams of medium grind coffee (freshly ground is always better) to 300ml of boiling water. If you wish to make a single cup, just half the quantities. Do experiment with different quantities to suit your individual taste and the characteristics of the coffee you're using.
    - Wet the grind and allow the coffee to swell (leave for about 45 seconds),
    - Then very slowly pour boiling water over the coffee allowing the water to drip through at its own pace (waiting 20 seconds between each pour). Small circular motions ensure you capture the full flavour from all the grounds. The aim is to steadily and uniformly wet the coffee grinds rather than fill the filter with water. The slower the pour, the more time the water has to extract the unique flavour of the coffee.
    • 2 cup
    • Stainless Steel
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    Write a Review
    250 characters left
  • Delivery & Returns

    Can you deliver to a P O Box address?

    Yes, we use Courier Post who can deliver to P.O. Box addresses

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