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HARIO - V60 DRIP-ASSIST
HARIO - V60 DRIP-ASSIST
HARIO - V60 DRIP-ASSIST
HARIO - V60 DRIP-ASSIST
HARIO - V60 DRIP-ASSIST
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HARIO - V60 DRIP-ASSIST

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V60 Drip-Assist 

Barista-quality V60 coffee for everyone 

This helpful tool is designed to simplify the coffee brewing process. Enjoy brewing coffee with the V60 Drip-Assist.
Videos

Interview Video
Who is Pete Licata
2013 World Barista Champion

2011 US Barista Champion

Nomad Coffee Group Consultant
Features
Two types of hole help brew quality coffee.There are holes of two different sizes on the Drip-Assist. These help you regulate your pouring speed.
 
No need for a gooseneck kettle.A gooseneck kettle is not needed as the small drops of water created by Drip-Assist ensure the ideal speed for brewing coffee.
 
Water flows into the central section when the outer ring is full.If you pour in too much water, it flows into the central section. You can use this function to help measure your recipe.
Original Recipe by Pete Licata
Coffee grounds:18~24g
Water:300~400mL
Water temprature:97℃~
Finished Capacity:Approx. 300mL
 

Wait 30 seconds after pouring hot water 50~70mL into center part for bloom.

Pour rest of hot water in outerring and allowing excess water to pour over to center holes.

Coffee grounds:25~30g
Water:400~500mL
Water temprature:97℃~
Finished Capacity:Approx. 390mL
 

 
Wait 30 seconds after pouring hot water 70~85mL into center part for bloom.

Filling outer ring, pause to drain under half full, and repeat until water dose is reached.
Specifications
ITEM NAME V60 Drip-Assist
ARTICLE No. PDA-02-T
SIZE Φ109 × H51
Diameter of top 87
CAPACITY For 1~4 cups
WEIGHT 97g
MATERIAL Body / PCT resin

ITEM NAME V60 Drip-Assist Set
ARTICLE No. PDA-1524-T
SIZE W137 × D117 × H140
Top opening diameter 87
CAPACITY For 1~4 cups
WEIGHT 300g
MATERIAL Body / PCT resin
Dripper / AS resin Paper
Filter White 40 sheets
Message from Pete Licata
The original idea behind the V60 Drip-Assist (why you wanted to make “Drip Assist”?)
Drip-Assist is a product that I have imagined for a long time. With auto brewers it is very common to have a spray head which helps distribute the water consistently into the grounds. So Drip-Assist is my way of creating a highly usable water pouring pattern that creates a high quality cup of coffee as well as a very consistent product.

What aspect of Drip-Assist you most insistent on?
Two sized holes. It is important to be able to pour water quickly when needed, which the inner holes achieve. At the same time, a fairly slow and dispersed shower of water is needed for a more gentle water movement through much of the brew. By having both sizes, you are able to manipulate enough of the brew to create fantastic results.

A Message that you would like to share with consumers. (about the V60 Drip Assist)
Use the center, high speed holes for your bloom. Then use the exterior holes for your brewing. You can either pulse brew or continuously pour the water. It is also a good idea to pour a little water into the center holes from time to time to ensure the coffee bed is interacting evenly. If you pour continuously, allow excess water to flow into the center chamber to automatically add that little extra turbulence.

Any other comments / thoughts about Drip Assist
Experiment with pours through the various sized holes. If you find too much variance in the coffee bed, try pulsing less often. Or if the center gets too mounded after brewing, try pouring more water in the center holes next time. The standard Drip Assist brew results in a bowl-shaped coffee bed when used with the paper filter only. When used with the flat filter, it should be mostly level. Keep in mind that the larger your dose, the more the need to pulse the water. With more dose, the brewing chamber fills up more quickly and needs a few seconds to drain a bit more.