The Fellow Stagg Brewer included here, the X (1-2 cup) version, is in our minds inarguably the best filter dripper ever made.
We’ve been brewing for quite some time and tried almost every brewer out there. It’s not that they’re bad, it’s that this is exceptional. Every little detail has been thought of, from the powder-coated matt-black aesthetics to the unbreakable durability of the dripper.
A vacuum-insulated body helps maintain a completely consistent temperature while brewing, enabling fantastic extraction while using water, slightly off-the-boil (we recommend between 94′-96′ Celcius) to avoid burning the coffee. Coincidentally, if you ever do find yourself brewing outdoors, a cold wind paired with a regular brewer can quickly ruin your delicious coffee experience.
When it comes down to brewing with a pourover method, flat-bottom brewers make the most sense. You avoid normal ‘choking’ of the brew that you often get with a traditional V60 and in our experience enjoy a pleasant, evenly-extracted brew.
Small and compact but with packed-in tools like the easy dosing funnel, this pourover brewer is by far our favourite ever made.
Ever seen us state a tasting note that seems far-fetched?
Different brew methods bring out different flavours but the most delicate and complex flavours are present when brewing as a pourover. These brew methods bring out the fruity and floral – the blueberries and the lime. However, it’s not only how you brew that matters, the design of these glasses helps you pick out those delicate tasting notes.
This strong, borosilicate (the glass they use for lab experiments) tasting glass has a double-walled body to enable heat-retention while you make your coffee last as long as possible. It has a wide mouth to enable you to take in the coffee’s aroma while you drink, as well as a flared tasting lip which is the perfect size for slurping up the good stuff.
Designed for coffee but perfect for big leaf teas and now and again, a cheeky glass of wine.