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Hario V60 Recipe & Interview with Hario Ambassador Martha Grill

Hario V60 Recipe & Interview with Hario Ambassador Martha Grill

Martha Grill 

Barista Instructor
Brazilian Barista Champion 2019 

How Long Have You Worked in The Coffee Industry? 

I have being working in the coffee industry for almost 4 years. I started as a barista and in my first year I was already the first runner up in the Brazilian Barista Championship. Now I work as a coffee instructor. 

What Was Your First V60 Encounter? 

On my first day working as a barista, I knew nothing about coffee. During my first shift I washed dishes and sat on the bar watching the experienced baristas doing their thing. My colleague, Paulo, came and started do brew a Red Catuaí from Caparaó, Brazil on a V60 and explained the format, the angle and the ribs that make the iconic V60 dripper

Why Do You Love the V60? 

Here in Brazil, the V60 is the most popular brewing device when it comes to specialty coffee. Everybody that wants to improve their extraction starts with a V60. I wasn’t any different - V60 was my first purchase and still is the brewing device I use the most. It’s easy to use and brews a balanced and clean cup. 

What Are You Currently Working On? 

I’ve started to share coffee content on my Instagram account @marthagrill. From food recipes with coffee, to how to compost your plants with coffee. Actually, my first video was a V60 extraction for a quarantine coffee club! 

A Message for Hario 

It’s very good to find lots of instruments for brewing coffee, from the brewing device, kettle, filter to scales, in the same company. A company that we can trust. Thank You! 

Martha Grill V60 Recipe 

V60: Plastic 

Dose: 30g Coffee

500mL Water ( 92°C/197.6°F ) 

Time: 3:00 

I use the same recipe every morning with my BPA-Free Plastic V60

I’m currently loving this recipe using Elzio Satori coffee, produced in Espirito Santo/Brazil and roasted by Coffee Lab. It smells like flowers and has a brilliant acidity. 

  1. First I pour 60g of water and let it bloom for 30 seconds.
  2. On the second pour, go to 250g and stir 3 times.
  3. At 1:30, pour the rest of the water and stir 3 times again.
  4. The extraction should be finished by 3:00 minutes.

Shop the Hario coffee equipment used in this recipe: Hario V60 Coffee Dripper Plastic (Size 02)

Hario V60 Coffee Dripper Plastic (Size 02)

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