One of the largest barriers to entry into the secret garden of pour-over coffee is the effort it begets in comparison to a typical home brewer — have whole beans, grind beans, heat water, wet filter, concentrically pour water over pour-over mechanism, drink. When you could just click a button on your phone and have your smart home coffee maker spitting out caffeine while you stay in bed for another five minutes. All the more frustrating it is, then, when the hard work you put in for that pour-over needs microwaving after ten minutes in the mug. Better late than never, Hario, makers of one of the most popular pour-over devices in the world, just released a thermal coffee carafe that keeps your Sunday brew comfortably hot for up to 90 minutes, bleeding only 20 degrees per hour.
Hario’s new Thermal Carafe is made with a double-walled stainless steel body, silicone rubber lid and handle and comes in 550 mL and 750 mL variants.
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