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Coffee Servers and Carafes

Coffee servers are mainly used to brew straight into and then used to easily serve multiple cups of coffee. Most commonly this occurs into a glass coffee server from a Hario V60 or Kalita waver filter, an Moccamaster or equivalent filter coffee machine, or an Aeropress.

Stainless steel coffee server, insulated coffee carafe and insulated coffee jugs are gaining in popularity as they can keep the coffee hot for up to an hour so you can brew and enjoy it at your own pace. These stainless steel insulated coffee servers and thermal carafes can then be used as servers, just like their heat resistant borosilicate glass counterparts. For larger commercial operations, a larger commercial coffee carafe may be appropriate however in this can you will still need smaller units as servers.

Whether you're simply looking for a beautiful coffee server or to complement your Batch Brewer, Kalita Wave Dripper or Hario V60, we've got you covered. We stock many style and size variants, so be sure to check out our range!

What is the best coffee server?

Tough question, however we find it hard to go past the hario. Hario historically has been in the glassware industry since 1921, in 1948 they began their glassware for household items. To the current day, building beautifully constructed coffee servers built specifically for the V60. Kalita also produces well designed coffee serves that have become increasingly popular within cafes across Australia.

Pour over method

  • Insert filter and rinse with hot water to remove paper residue and pre-heat vessel.
  • Place the Brewer on the Server or Mug.
  • Add 25g of medium ground coffee to Brewer and shake to settle.
  • Place Server and Brewer on scale and zero.
  • Start timer.
  • Add 75g of water. Allow to bloom then gently stir to evenly saturate.
  • Allow 30 seconds to brew.
  • Gradually pour the remaining 300g water in circular motions.
  • Ideal total brew time of 2:30-3 min.
  • Serve into a pre-warmed cup
  • Enjoy your coffee!