Fino Pour Over Coffee Kettle, 18/8 Stainless Steel, 6-Cup, 1.2L Capacity

January 3, 2018 - Comment

Fino’s Pour Over Coffee Kettle allows precise control when pouring. It’s elegant design is a blend of fashion meets function with a 6-cup (1.2-liter) capacity. More than a stainless steel tea kettle, the Fino’s narrow spout and gooseneck curve naturally produce the slow and precise water flow critical to extracting the most flavor with the

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Fino’s Pour Over Coffee Kettle allows precise control when pouring. It’s elegant design is a blend of fashion meets function with a 6-cup (1.2-liter) capacity. More than a stainless steel tea kettle, the Fino’s narrow spout and gooseneck curve naturally produce the slow and precise water flow critical to extracting the most flavor with the pour over coffee and tea brewing technique. Achieve a more flavorful brew without expensive and bulky machines hogging precious counter space. For a perfectly brewed 8-ounce cup, place filter cone (if using one) onto a carafe or cup. Insert a filter. Measure 8 ounces of water into the Fino Kettle and bring to a boil. Turn off the flame and let kettle stand for 12 to 15 seconds, allowing water to cool to the perfect temperature. Measure 2 scoops of freshly ground coffee into the filter. Slowly pour half of the boiled water evenly over the grounds. Wait 30 seconds and allow the coffee to ‘bloom’. The grounds mix with the water and puff slightly, opening them up to release more flavor. Slowly pour the remaining water over the grounds, in a circular motion, from the center outward. Gently stir the grinds with a spoon to make sure they all are wet. Allow the coffee to finish dripping. Discard the filter and wet grounds and drink the fresh brewed coffee immediately. A perfect gift for tea lovers, at-home baristas and coffee and tea enthusiasts. Fino’s Narrow Neck Tea Kettle is made in Japan from 18/8 stainless steel with a high-temperature, thermoplastic handle. It’s safe for use on gas, electric and induction stovetops and goes in the dishwasher for easy cleaning.

Product Features

  • Fino’s narrow spout and gooseneck curve allows precise control when pouring; 6-cup, 1,2-Liter capacity
  • Made in Japan of 18/8 stainless steel; angled handle keeps hands safely away from the heated pot
  • Allows for total control of a slow and precise water flow to extract the most flavor when brewing coffee or tea using the pour over method
  • Achieve a better brew without expensive, bulky machines; save precious counter space and money
  • Safe for use on gas, electric and induction stovetops; dishwasher safe

Comments

jc vt says:

Perfect for Pour-Over. Quick to heat near boiling (200 – 205 degrees F is the ideal brewing temperature) and very smooth pour with a comfortable handle shape that keeps your hand away from the cup/ cone so you can see what you’re doing. Some reviewers commented on the small size, expecting a normal-size water kettle, I suppose, but this kettle is designed specifically for 1 to 4 cup pour-overs, not boiling large amounts of water. I took a photo next to my All-Clad kettle for comparison. Surprisingly high quality…

daniel mc says:

Excellent construction quality and “cute.” Comparing the build-quality around the seams and weld-points, I have to say that I’m impressed, although not surprised–Japanese craftsmanship is still unbeatable. The stainless steel is sturdy and not at all flimsy, and of higher quality than I have seen on many kettles even twice this price. The tubing for the goose-neck is stiff and appears as though it could take a beating for years to come. 

nycPrime says:

A great gooseneck kettle for pour over coffee If you’re making pour-over coffee, you need a gooseneck kettle to control the water. This is a great option for a kettle at a competitive price. I’ve had this for over a year and it just simply works. Water boils quick enough. I usually make 1 cup for myself in the morning. I fill the kettle probably about 1/3 full, set the flame on medium, and go brush my teeth. By the time I’m done, so is the water. 

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