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POUR OVER KETTLES / GOOSENECK KETTLES

Pour Over coffee kettles are a key part of drip coffee, filter coffee and immersion coffee brewing. The stainless-steel styles vary in size, weight and feel. However, the main difference between a standard one and one used in pour over filter coffee is the gooseneck spout. The gooseneck is a thin spout allowing for a much more controlled and precision pour.

Pour over is an extremely simple concept. Traditionally using a Gooseneck Kettle, pour hot water over freshly ground coffee in a filter and allow it to extract organically. You may choose to use a Pour Over Stand which would allow you to brew straight into one of our popular Hario or Kalita Coffee Servers. Pour over is also known as filter coffee or drip coffee.

This is key as the flow rate of filter coffee is based on the grind particle size and the barista pour. The goosenecks helps not only in control the flow of the water, but in creating an ergonomically designed balanced level jug. The correct pour technique is a huge part of filter coffee brewing! These can be seen on as a feature on the Able, Brewista, Fellow, Kalita, Hario and Timemore

Gooseneck kettles have an amazing feel to them when pouring, but temperature control of the water is essential for coffee brewing. As such hot water can be sources from the hot water spout of the coffee machine or in some kettles by using a stove top.

One of our favourite pour over kettles is the Fellow EKG variable temperature coffee kettle. It is well renowned for its minimalist design and its precise temperature control. The Fellow EKG is well known in the specialty coffee world as one of the preferred alternative brewing gooseneck kettles.

Electric variable temperature controlled units have solved this by heating your water to the perfect digitally controlled temperature, having a stay warm function and pouring directly from the gooseneck. This way you get the perfect temperature with style and precision. This has lead the variable temperature gooseneck kettle to be a common sight across speciality coffee shops.

When we think kettles, we think a tea drinker's game. Gooseneck spouts are uniquely suited for a number of coffee brewing methods such as the French press, Chemex , Hario V60 and various pour overs. Electric kettles or also known as pour over kettles are seen commonly in the speciality coffee world. Whilst the difference between a standard kettle and a gooseneck kettle might not seem like much difference but you'll taste the difference in each cup.

Most of the stovetop pour over units have a built in thermometers or have their own heating base that provides a digital thermometer display. Electric units have the ability to be programmed to specific temperatures which provides the barista or home enthusiast with brewing flexibility.

Is a coffee kettle worth having?

Absolutely, a gooseneck kettle provides you with optimal control over your flow rate. Control where you pour, saturate your beans more evenly and drink tastier coffee.

How do you use a gooseneck kettle?

It’s simple. Add water to your kettle and heat to the appropriate temperature for brewing. Once temperature is reached begin your pour in slow circular motions to saturate coffee grounds evenly. Remember to pre rinse your filter paper prior to brewing if pour over is your choice of brew.

How to clean an electric kettle?

Another simple trick. Mix approximately 50/50 water and vinegar into the kettle, filling it to ½ or ¾ of max capacity. Bring the kettle to the boil, allow to sit for 15-20 minutes before emptying the mixture and rising the jug thoroughly.