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Hario V60-02 Ceramic

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Ask any professional barista or roaster in Edmonton which brewing method is the ideal one for preparing an award-winning coffee and the answer will most likely be Hario V60.  The Hario V60-02 is a ceramic cone designed for manual coffee brewing. Its small size makes it perfect for brewing single cups of coffee, and its angled sides help to optimize extraction. The V60-02 uses a paper filter, which helps to trap sediment and produce a clean cup of coffee.


The V60-02 is a cone-shaped coffee dripper made of ceramic that was designed to make the perfect cup of coffee. The unique design allows for a more even extraction of coffee than other drippers, and makes it easy to control the flow rate. Whether you're a beginner or an expert barista, the V60-02 is sure to make your morning cup of joe unforgettable.


This manual brew method is perfect for making single cups of coffee directly into your mug, and can brew up to 16oz at a time. With its easy-to-use design, the V60-02 is ideal for any Edmonton coffee lover who wants to enjoy a great cup of joe without having to wait long or waste coffee.

  • V60-02 Paper Filters    Sold Separately
  • Practical Capacity: 480ml
  • Porcelain V60-02 Dripper Made in Japan
  • White Polypropylene Measuring Scoop
  • Assembled in Japan



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