This is the way to brew iced coffee when you want to extract all the amazing flavors into your cup. Unlike cold brew, which leaves behind the acids that make coffee bright and snappy, the V60 brews with hot water and immediately chills over ice to deliver every drop of the coffee's complexity into your glass. Incredibly refreshing and easy to drink.Lizzy's Tip:
Select one of Lizzy's single origin Limited Edition coffees to experience a refreshing coffee with bright summer flavors.
Brewing with the Hario Pour Over – Fretta Iced Coffee
Tools for the job
Hario V60 Fretta Iced Coffee Maker
Measuring scoop or scale
Hot water kettle
#2 Hario paper filters
12 oz water on stovetop or electric kettle to boil
At sea level, water boils at 212 F - Let cool to about 203 degrees if you live at low elevation
At high elevation (about 5000 ft) boiling point is about 203
Optimal brewing temp is about 195-205Fill plastic inner Fretta container with ice, 1” from top and assemble Fretta as pictured
This ice will account for about 4 oz liquid when melted in brewingMeasure coffee
By weight 32 g for 16 oz
By volume 4 T for 16 oz mug
(Adjust as needed to your taste)Grind Coffee
Use fine drip setting (about texture of refined sugar)
Place ground coffee into paper filter in dripperBrew (about 3 minutes)
Set timer to 3 minutes and start.
Pour water into coffee in circular motion about 1/6th of the selected batch size (8, 12, 16 oz) to wet the grounds.
Coffee will "bloom" or poof up for 30 seconds or so
At 2:30 pour 1/6th more
At 2:00 pour 1/3rd more
At 1:00 pour 1/3rd and allow to finish brewingServe
Remove dripper from top and discard filter/coffee
Pull out plastic insert with ice (there should be very little remaining unmelted ice)
Place lid on serving carafe and pour over ice in a drinking glass.
Sip & Enjoy!