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In Japanese, HARIO means "The King of Glass".

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Hario coffee makers offer an easy-to-use coffee maker for the home.

Hario coffee is ideal for a morning coffee as they provide a full-strength coffee, suited to the individual palate.
With Hario coffee makers - waste coffee is easily disposed of, is fully combustible, and is perfect for composting - just add the Hario filter paper to the compost bin. Easy! 
Hario coffee V60 01 Filter Paper Natural X 100 is a green alternative to coffee capsules as they are suitable for compost bins.
Hario coffee is suitable for home or office use as it is easy to clean and quick to use. Use 16-18 grams of filter coffee, into the V60 02 Filter Paper X 40 per cup, pouring just off the boil water slowly into V60 Ceramic Coffee Dripper
Hario coffee can be sent to UK and Ireland for next-day delivery and 2-3 days for Danmark, Deutschland, France, or the Netherlands.

How to use a Hario V60 Dripper 

You'll need about 220ml water, so put at least 300ml of water on to boil so you don't run out

  1. Weight out between 16g and 18g of coffee - don't worry about being too exact for your first few times. Use 1 coffee scoop's worth if you don't have scales.
  2. If you're using whole beans, grind them to a medium-coarse consistency. This can be frustrating as eventually you just get a feel for what's right. If you're starting out aim for a consistency like granulated sugar. If it looks like table salt it's a bit too fine
  3. Put your filter paper inside the dripper - most people also fold the seam over on itself
  4. Wet the inside of the filter with hot water (and then make sure all the water is out)
  5. Once boiled, let your water cool for a few minutes - just boiled water is a little too hot for optimum coffee
  6. Pour your ground coffee into the filter + dripper, then pour a little water over to start the process
  7. After a moment, continue to slowly pour the water over the grounds in the dripper. Try to pour into the middle and then draw an outward spiral with the water to get all the coffee extracted. Avoid pouring too much straight onto the filter paper directly.
  8. If you're using scales, stop pouring water just before the scale reads 220g (assuming your cup, dripper, and coffee are directly on the scales!)