How to Brew Pour Over on a Budget

Pour over can taste expensive, but it doesn’t have to be expensive!  Pour over on a budget tastes like the pros with an affordable price tag!

As always, all products featured in this video and like-items for items no longer for sale are linked below.

Bialetti White Ceramic Coffee Pourover (
Bialetti Red Ceramic Coffee Pourover (
Peet’s Coffee, Italian Roast (
Black Ceramic Mug and Spoon  (
Turkish Coffee Decanter (
Gooseneck Decanter [I have not tried this, but it has excellent reviews and is fairly priced] (
Icelandic Glacial Natural Spring Water, 500 Milliliter, 24 Count (

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