Stagg Pour-Over Kettle

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

There’s nothing like a good cup of pour-over coffee in the morning, and coffee snobs know, there’s more to a great cup than simply pouring hot water over your grounds. The Stagg Pour-Over Kettle is a kettle that pours as good as it looks.

Designed by the folks at Fellow, this thing is constructed from 304 18/8 stainless steel, and features a precision spout that offers up the optimal flow-rate for a slow intuitive poor, every time. It also boasts a brew range thermometer to keep the temperatures between 195 and 205 degrees fahrenheit – the perfect temp for proper extraction. The ergonomic, weighted handle is comfortable to use, and the 1-liter capacity is enough to get you through your day with ease. The kettle retails for $70, and comes in your choice of either black or polished silver. [Purchase]

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