When it comes to ceramic pour overs, Bee House is a crowd favorite around here. Sleek and simple to use, it has a clean yet sweet cup character and a go-to for single-serve brews.
How to Brew
These guides serve as a good place to start. The grinder you use, coffee you choose, and yes, even the water from your sink, can alter the taste in the cup. Play around with your brewer and parameters to get each coffee to taste just how you like it.
Weigh and grind coffee
21g ground as fine as table salt
Prep the brewer
Add filter, rinse, then add coffee
Saturate the grounds
Start timer, pour, then stir
Fill the brewer
Slowly pour until water fills brewer (about 1:00)
Serve and enjoy
At 2:00, remove brewer & enjoy
The Beehouse pour-over is a Japanese take on a classic paper cone brewer invented in 1908 by German entrepreneur Melitta Bentz. Using her son’s blotting paper and a punctured brass pot, Bentz created a timeless invention. Today, you can find Melitta filters just about everywhere.
- White ceramic
- Brews a single 10 oz cup
- Use with Melitta #4 filters
- Two-hole brewer for regulated flow
- Base is 4” long by 3” wide