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December Dripper Review: Refine Your Pour-Over Coffee Method

If you occasionally venture into upscale cafes, you may have noticed baristas making pour-over coffees, a process which requires them to spend several uninterrupted minutes slowly pouring hot water from a long-spouted kettle into a basket of grounds, basically doing what a countertop coffee maker was designed to do, but by hand. They often pour in a spiral pattern, which depending on your perspective may strike you as functional, meditative, or twee. It’s a very hands-on and time-consuming way to make coffee, so much so, in fact, that many cafes are too busy to do it in house.