Starbucks® Classic Pour-Over Brewer #2
Many coffee lovers believe that the manual coffee brewing system invented by Melitta Bentz in 1908 is the best way to brew delicious coffee. This single-serving brewing system regulates flow to allow for the full extraction of coffee flavours – and it's so easy to use. Dishwasher safe, the ceramic Pour-Over Brewer includes several Melitta® #2 paper filters (recommended for best results). Mug not included.
- Place the ceramic cone on your mug.
- For best results, insert a Melitta® #2 filter and scoop in 20 g/4 Tbsp ground coffee.
- Pour in 295ml/10 fl oz hot water (90°C to 96°C/195°F to 205°F is the ideal temperature).
- Enjoy freshly brewed coffee by the cup.
- Dimensions: 13cm D x 10cm W x 15cm H, 5"D x 4"W x 6"H
- Capacity: 295ml/10 fl oz
- Manual drip
- Colour: White
- Construction: Ceramic
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Should have done this years ago. Totally beats out using a French press, and I was a stiff supporter of that method.
Made some Starbucks Reserve Mexican, it was unbelieveably delicious. Maybe I'm a little too passionate about my coffee? Na!
I'm really pleased with this purchase although it is bigger than I expected.
it's a pour over with the right size for just a cup of coffee, I'm very happy with it and like all pour overs it's very easy to use and clean.
the design is nice and simple, the only thing is, the base isn't flat, it's a little bit wavy, unsure if by design or not. That bothered me a little, but it's still usable.
Most Starbucks near me do not carry this item so didn't bother exchanging it.
The pour-over brewer is my dream product as it's easy to manage and affordable.Cleaning is simple and fast for busy person like me. It won't take a lot of space for storage too.
I am often the first person in the office in the morning and I arrive at least 90 minutes before the majority of the staff so turning on the coffee maker is not a great idea. So now I just grind my favorite blend and make myself a single cup of coffee. This is a simple solution. Clean up is fast and easy. If you just want one cup, give it a try.
This is great for when you only want one cup of coffee.
Although I don't enjoy the coffee as much as I do out of a French press, it still does a good job.
Tip: Grind your beans (I use 2 tbsp/cup of coffee) to a sand-like texture and when pouring your water only pour a small amount at a time, let that drain completely, and then pour a bit more. It usually takes me about 5-6 times to fill a mug.