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The December Dripper - Pour Over Coffee With A Twist

Wired—October 28, 2017


Up to now, pour over coffee brewers were at the mercy of the dripper design, particularly the size of the holes at its base which govern the flow of liquid through the dripper, and thus, how much time the grounds are exposed to the hot water. It’s an important variable: too much contact produces flavors you don’t want from overextraction. Too little contact and not only do you have weak, thin-flavored coffee, but you’re also wasting beans.

Enter the December Dripper ($60), which, by increasing the number of moving parts in a typical dripper from zero to one, allows you to control the flow instead of forcing you go to with it.

Get the full story here in WIRED.

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