Pour Over Coffee Recipe

best pour over coffee recipe

pour over coffee recipe

Pour over coffee has become the most popular method for making coffee at home! Keep reading for our favorite pour over recipe.

While using a Coffee Maker is very similar, they can also be very different. Discover the details that make all the difference using this coffee method.


Filtered coffee results in a clean light body cup of deliciousness. It is perfect for trying a new coffee for the first time. In comparison with Coffee Makers, the machines have a default temperature and timer which for those of you who have had burnt coffee can understand, being able to adjust your brew temperature and timing is the difference.

This method offers a wide range of variables to create different cups with the same coffee, like: how many times you pour water (our recipe is 3 times), if you stir or not in the process, for how long you want to brew and so on. 


  • Chemex, V60, Kalita Wave or any other dripper accessory.
  • 20 grams of you Killer Coffee, medium grind.
  • Boil 350ml of water at 190F/90C.
  • Filter (reusable or paper).


  1. Rinse your filter by pouring a bit of the hot water over it and into the cup you will use for your brew, this also helps to pre-heat your cup.
  2. Discard the water and place your ground coffee into the filter + dripper.
  3. Pour 100ml of water in a circular motion over the coffee and let the coffee start blooming for about 30 seconds.
  4. Stir the coffee grinds in the filter gently, but not too much. More stirring = more bitter
  5. Add other 100ml of hot water and stir again.
  6. Finish the water and let it sit for 4 minutes.
  7. Enjoy your hard work☕️

Note: Depending on the dripper and filter, the brewing speed can vary. Make grind tests to adjust to the desired result.

barista making a pour over coffee

That's it! Let us know what you think of your pour over coffee!