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Grizzly Bear Coffee is a small coffee roaster in Guelph, roasting coffee in small batches using fair trade, organic green beans from around the world using sustainable energy.

My aim is have a coffee resource in Guelph that is personal, friendly and as fresh as can be.

The Lucky Horseshoe Pourover

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The Lucky Horseshoe Pourover

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The Lucky Horseshoe Pourover

100.00

Bring some luck to your coffee! We have sourced a local Farrier to provide authentic horseshoes and have assembled the pour over stand by hand using reclaimed wood from the area.

The pour over method is the simplest and cleanest way to draw out a coffee’s best qualities. For coffee drinkers who are familiar with a drip machine, this traditional method will produce something similar but noticeably more delicate and complex. Handmade in Elora, Ontario.

We recommend using a Hario Drip cone as well as a gooseneck style kettle for maximum control.

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How to Make a Pour Over Coffee.

Step 1 - The Water

Put your kettle on. Put in twice as much water as you think you’ll use. We’re going to use some of that water to warm our cup and to clean the filter.

Step 2 - The Grind

While the water is boiling, it’s time to grind your beans. Weigh out about 25-30 grams of coffee (or approximately two to three tablespoons of whole beans) and grind away. I prefer a burr grinder but in any case, you should grind your beans to the coarseness of sea salt.

Step 3 - The Prep

Put your filter in the dripper. Make sure to have your favourite cup underneath! Pour in some hot water to fully saturate the filter. This will clean out any impurities off of the filter as well as warm your cup. When your cup is warm, pour out the water.

Step 4 - The Pour

Pour the ground coffee into the filter. Give it a little shake to make sure it’s level. Starting from the centre and going in slow circles, saturate the coffee with hot water. You’ll notice that you are using fresh coffee your coffee will ‘bloom’ and expand. Let it rest for a few seconds to ensure that the beans are saturated. When you are ready continue pouring in a circular motion until you have a full cup of coffee. Take your time! The whole process will take 2-3 minutes.

You’re done! Enjoy!