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The V60 cone brewer is one of two single cup, pour-over brewing methods used in house. Coffee is ground to a medium-fine coarseness with a quality burr grinder. Folding the filter at the seams, it is placed inside the cone and over the waste cup. The filter is rinsed with hot water to remove any impurities and to preheat the cone. Water is drained completely before being placed over the coffee cup. Two heaping tablespoons are added to make 8 oz. of coffee. Once water has just reached a boil and cooled for 45 seconds, it is poured into the cone with just enough to saturate the grounds evenly and with very little dripping into the cup. After about 15 seconds, the second pour is made, using a spiral and/or back-and-forth pattern, pouring evenly over the grounds. After the cone has dripped 8 oz. of coffee into the cup, it is quickly moved to the waste cup to drain completely. The finished cup should have an even surface with little to no dark or blond spots.