Hario Pour-Over Woodneck Coffee Drip Pot
This professional-quality pot makes it easy to brew perfect coffee using the traditional drip method. Showcasing the distinctive flavors and aromas of your favorite coffee beans, it brews with drop-by-drop precision to ensure a rich, full-bodied cup of coffee.
- Hario’s classic drip coffee pot provides a foolproof way to brew rich, aromatic coffee.
- Attractive pot is made of durable heat-treated glass.
- Removable wooden collar stays cool to the touch for safe, easy pouring.
- Reusable flannel filter guarantees full extraction of coffee’s pure flavor and aroma.
- Make 16 ounces of coffee.
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- Made in Japan.
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- Apple Ginger Cranberry Pie with Ice Cream
Remove 1 dough round from the refrigerator. Transfer to a 9-inch deep-dish pie dish and gently press into the dish. Trim the edges flush with the rim. Reroll the dough scraps and cut out shapes using decorative pie cutters. Refrigerate the pie shell and cutouts for 30 minutes.
Position a rack in the lower third of an oven and preheat to 400°F.
In a large bowl, toss together the apples, cranberries, crystallized ginger, the 3/4 cup sugar, the salt, the 3 Tbs. flour and the lemon juice.
Let the pie shell, cutouts and the remaining dough round stand at room temperature for 5 minutes. Pour the apple filling into the pie shell and place the dough round over the filling. Trim the edges flush with the rim and press the top and bottom crusts together. Brush the underside of the cutouts with egg wash and arrange them on the pie. Brush the entire top crust with egg wash and sprinkle with sugar.
Bake until the crust is golden and the filling is bubbling, about 1 hour, covering the edges with foil if they begin to brown too quickly. Transfer the pie to a wire rack and let cool for 1 hour before serving.
To serve, cut the pie into slices and top with vanilla ice cream. Serves 8.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by RedSetterLady from Flavorful coffee with no bitterness All I can say is YUM! The brew time is long enough to get great flavor and short enough to leave the bitter compounds in the grounds. It's east to use and clean, I just toss out the grounds, flip the filter inside out and and rinse in boiling water. Plus it looks great with it's wood and leather handle. I think it makes coffee as delicious as the Chemex maker does.Date published: 2014-01-14Rated 5 out of 5 by QT777 from Worth the extra effort for a truly great cup. An elegant, streamlined design which produces a wonderfully clean, full-bodied brew. The reusable flannel cloth filter does a good job of allowing more oils to pass through while keeping out fine grind particles, but has to be cleaned immediately after use and should always be stored wet (I keep mine in a small container of water in the fridge). I find that flipping the filter inside out (while it's still on its metal ring) and lightly scrapping the dirty side of the filter with a spoon as hot water is running through it is the best way to get rid of tiny coffee particles that could build up, slowing down extraction time and making a bitter brew. The Woodneck does require a little practice (and a thin spout water kettle) but it is much more forgiving than the Hario V60 or Chemex. Overall a great coffee brewer for folks with a little extra time in the morning for manual brewing.Date published: 2013-04-08Rated 5 out of 5 by Terka from Hario Coffe Drip Pot Loved the taste of the brewed coffee and the looks of the quaint pot. Also, it does not take up all the space on the countertop that a coffee machine does.Date published: 2012-10-06Rated 5 out of 5 by HookyDoo from A coffee craftsman's tool The Woodneck Pot is for coffee lovers and coffee geeks who don't mind spending a little time and effort to get consistently great coffee. The woodneck makes a full-bodied, complex cup of coffee like a French press, but without a muddy mouth feel. Brewing is straight forward and doesn't require timing, tamping or precsion measurement. This little pot makes great coffee - probably the best drip coffee you will have anywhere (better than Technivorm). You'll want the Hario Kettle and extra flannel filters. If you don't have access to good, freshly ground coffee, you should consider the reasonably priced Hario manual grinder.Date published: 2012-03-15Rated 5 out of 5 by VijayV from Great cup of coffee Just bought a coffee maker and its most simple, elegant, and capable of turning out an incredibly fine cup of coffee in just a couple of minutes. My wife and I had the smoothest and most flavorful cup of coffee that a machine couldn’t replicate.Date published: 2012-01-04