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Pour-over coffee is a delight, and many coffee enthusiasts praise it for producing a better-tasting cup of joe. But not everyone has the time in the mornings to go through the traditional pour-over process. Thankfully, OXO’s Adjustable Temperature Kettle and Pour-Over Coffee Maker with Water Tank offer a different morning combination.
You can set the temperature on the kettle and it stays there for up to 30 minutes, helping save time. Instead of pouring water directly over the grounds, just place the water tank on the dripper, add grounds, fill it up with hot water and the Pour-Over Coffee Maker takes it from there. The snug-fitting lid retains heat as the coffee brews and doubles as a drip tray once you’re done. The result: an easier take on pour-over for the mornings.|
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