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HARIO - W60 DRIPPER
HARIO - W60 DRIPPER
HARIO - W60 DRIPPER
HARIO - W60 DRIPPER
HARIO - W60 DRIPPER
HARIO - W60 DRIPPER
HARIO - W60 DRIPPER
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HARIO - W60 DRIPPER

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HARIO - W60 DRIPPER

Refinement beyond the benchmark V60W60 Dripper
HARIO has developed the W60 dripper in collaboration with Pete Licata. Why not try out this new generation dripper recommended by a champion barista?
Videos
Product Video

Interview Video

Who is Pete Licata
2013 World Barista Champion

2011 US Barista Champion

Nomad Coffee Group Consultant
How does the W60 make coffee so tasty?
Light-roasted coffee beans contain more water than deep-roasted beans and sink easily. This flat-bottomed mesh filter allows the ground coffee to move freely even if it is light-roasted. As a result, the hot water reaches every single coffee particle and extracts the rich taste.
After filtration through a resin mesh, a paper filter catches any remaining small particles. Double filtration means the coffee is incredibly clear but full of flavour.
3X Methods
Resin mesh and paper filter extractionAn ideal way to extract a clear, flavourful coffee. 
 
Resin mesh filter extractionEffective extraction of coffee oil.
 
Paper filter extractionThis dripper can be used in the same way as the V60.
Features
Ribs borrowed from the V60.The lower part of the W60's spiral ribs are borrowed from the V60 model.
 
Flat-bottomed resin mesh partsThe coffee grounds can move freely due to the unobstructive mesh parts.
 
A body shape which fits a whole paper filterThe higher placement of the ribs in this beautifully curved cup extract the coffee more efficiently than the V60.
Original Recipe by Pete Licata
With paper and mesh parts

Coffee grounds : 30g
Water : 500mL
Blooming : 70g / 30 seconds
Brewing time : 4:20 - 4:45 minutes
Grind size : Slightly finer than V60
(Fine to Midium-fine is recommended)

※Pour in the water in 100g doses, with a 5-10 second pause
 
With mesh part only

Coffee grounds : 20g
Water : 330mL
Blooming : 50g / 30 seconds
Brewing time : 3:20 - 3:30 minutes
Grind size : Slightly finer than V60
(Fine to Midium-fine is recommended)

※Avoid pouring the water onto the exterior wall of the filter
 
With paper filter only

Coffee grounds : 20g
Water : 330mL
Blooming : 40g / 30 seconds
Brewing time : 2:30 - 2:45 minutes
Grind size : same as V60
(Midium-fine is recommended)

※aggressive/fast water pour for first 100mL,  slow/gentle water pour for seconds 100mL, and fast water pour to finish water dose.
Specifications
ITEM NAME W60 Dripper
ARTICLE No. PDC-02-W
SIZE W160×D127×H109
Diameter of top 116
CAPACITY For 1~4 cups
WEIGHT 500g
MATERIAL Body / Porcelain
Frame / Polypropylene
Mesh / Polyester resin
Message from Pete Licata
The original idea behind the W60 (why you wanted to make the “W60”?)
I wanted to address the concern baristas have with “flat bed” brewing. Many have the goal of a consistently even coffee layer, which is difficult with both cone-shaped and flat-bottom paper filters. I am also a big fan of versatility, and in the process of working on the idea for flat-bottom brewing, realized that we could make a product with multiple ways to be used.

What aspect of W60 were you most insistent on?
The flat-bottom reusable filter. If we really wanted to make a new and innovative product, we had to have a great flat-bottom brewing chamber. By creating a reusable brew chamber we were also allowing more ways to use the dripper.

A Message that you would like to share with consumers. (about the W60)
The W60 can be used 3 ways, or maybe even more if you get creative.
1. Use it with the flat-bottom filter as well as a rinsed paper filter to achieve even brewing and incredible clarity.
2. You can use it with the flat-bottom filter only, to create an even extraction with a small amount of sediment in the cup.
3. Use the paper filter only, which will result in flavour similar to a traditional V60, though I find the flavour of W60 to be a bit more clean and round in comparison.

Any other comments / thoughts about the W60
I have found that your grind need changes depending on how you brew the coffee. A standard filter grind, the same you would use for the V60 is excellent for the paper alone.-A finer grind is needed for the flat-bottom filter.
The timings you should expect are 2:30, 3:30, and 4 minutes. Paper only needs around 2:30, flat filter only requires around 3:30, and flat filter with paper filter combined needs around 4 minutes to fully drain.