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    Can I Use This Kettle with Pour-Overs?

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    How less effective it would be? Can I get a good cup of coffee? Which pour-over method will be the most efficient with this type of kettle? Will it create too much problem for V60?

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    Go with a gooseneck kettle if you're doing pour overs.. you will have better flow control over your water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musicphan View Post
    Go with a gooseneck kettle if you're doing pour overs.. you will have better flow control over your water.
    But I haven't additional budget for that..

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    It will probably work.. but the more fine control you have over your pour the better. I was thinking you were buying something new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musicphan View Post
    It will probably work.. but the more fine control you have over your pour the better. I was thinking you were buying something new.
    This is traditional tea kettle and there are 3-4 in my house If it would work I will use it for V60 and I hope it is.

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    just take the kettle and try it ... can you slowly pour water out of the kettle at a steady flow...

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    If you are following the rules of making good coffee, fresh ground beans, water temp etc... it will be better than what most of the world is drinking.

    I have to ask, why the two spouts on that kettle, I don't think I've ever seen one like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duffyjr View Post
    If you are following the rules of making good coffee, fresh ground beans, water temp etc... it will be better than what most of the world is drinking.

    I have to ask, why the two spouts on that kettle, I don't think I've ever seen one like that.
    I am following that rules also for the French Press..

    It is a traditional kettle for brewing tea.

    What about V60 vs Kalita?

 

 

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