GROSCHE AUSTIN G6 Pour Over Coffee Maker, Drip Coffee Maker - 1000 ml/34 fl. oz, Pack of 4

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  • 1000 ml / 34 fl .oz capacity
  • borosilicate glass heat-resistant carafe
  • heat-resistant, non-slip grip
  • permanent stainless steel filter
  • does not trap natural coffee oils like paper filters





Austin G6: best pour over coffee maker for slow drip coffee

We think that the Austin G6 may be the best pour over coffee maker for people who are experienced with slow drip coffee. Also, it is great for someone just learning how to make pour over coffee. It has a large capacity of 1 litre or 34 fl. oz. So you can make coffee for 1-4 people at a time.

Highest quality double layered stainless steel filter for grit free coffee

The stainless steel coffee filter on the Austin G6 is specially designed. It is made with extra fine stainless steel mesh layered on a laser etched stainless steel frame. This makes it a very strong filter. The fine mesh filters out all grit from your coffee. That gives you smooth tasting coffee without the grittiness of other methods. This is a reusable filter so you don’t need to purchase replacement paper filter s.The filter is very durable and is considered a permanent coffee filter. Paper cone filters are never needed. The carafe and the filter are both dishwasher safe. We highly recommend washing the filter with some dish detergent and a sponge after each use to avoid buildup of coffee oils which can plug up any coffee filter.

Difference between French Press vs. Pour over coffee

People generally find french press coffee to be among the tastiest. French press using a method of brewing called immersion brewing. That way the coffee stays immersed in the water, releasing all its flavour over time. When coffee is roasted initially the water heats up in the bean and turns to steam. Then, there is a light sound called the first crack. When they have roasted a bit longer the cell walls in the coffee bean can rupture releasing some oils. That is called the second cracking noise. Since this is due to roasting time, this happens in darker roasts coffees more commonly.

In a French press, these oils soak into the water and help give the special mouthfeel and flavour in the coffee. The filter in a French press is coarser, so some grit ends up in your cup. Paper pour over filters in common drip coffee makers trap that oil flavour and don’t allow it to get into the cup. That makes paper filter coffee smooth but a little flatter tasting. With the Austin G6, over half of the oils can make it to your cup without the grit. So you can get a smooth tasting coffee that is also bold and deep at the same time.

High-quality Borosilicate glass carafe

There are several grades of borosilicate glass that are available. Common types of this glass include Non-alkaline borosilicate glass 3.3, Alkaline earth borosilicate glass, and High Borate borosilicate glass.

We only use the Non-alkaline borosilicate glass 3.3 in the highest grade available to make our glassware. This is a superior grade of glass compared to common cheap brands sold online. It will assure you better thermal shock resistance. It is also more durable and completely chemically inert and safe for hot or boiling water. Our glass is also made to the ideal thickness to be strong and durable and maintain heat resistance. We used the best quality glass to make the best pour over coffee maker.

Use medium to coarse ground coffee beans

When using the best pour over coffee maker Austin G6, we recommend using a medium to coarse coffee beans. These will allow the coffee to flow smoothly while giving a rich flavour. The medium will flow more slowly resulting in slightly stronger coffee. The coarse will flow more quickly. As you adjust your grind size you may need to adjust the weight of the beans a little bit as well. Smaller grind will mean you reduce the coffee beans around 10% to 20%. A finer grind that’s better for an espresso machine will plug up the filter and it will not work for pour over coffee.