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I made this cherry pour over stand for my Mom. It uses a #2 size filter and is made with 1/4” stock. It measures 5 1/2” W X 4 1/2” D X 5 1/2” H. I finished it with oil and wax.
-- Hutch ... Montana
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#1 posted 05-12-2014 11:52 PM
Very cool designed stand! I love the dovetails for strength. Fine job on it!!
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#2 posted 05-13-2014 12:27 AM
Very nice, Hutch!
I like the dovetails too…
But, what is it for… “a pour over”... for what?Making a cup of coffee / tea??
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#3 posted 05-13-2014 01:17 AM
Nice build – looks strong enough and should clean up easily if it needs to!
What’s a pour over stand you ask?
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#4 posted 05-13-2014 01:20 AM
Nice job, especially on the dovetails! Very nice design…simple and well executed.
I also don’t know what its for though…but I love it!
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#5 posted 05-13-2014 10:06 AM
Cool project, and I now know what a pour over is! Well done.
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#6 posted 05-13-2014 06:12 PM
it’s like the bottom half of a Mr. Coffee.
put your cup underneath and pour water from a tea kettle into the white ceramic part holding a filter &coffee.
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#7 posted 05-13-2014 07:54 PM
Thanks for the kind remarks!
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#8 posted 05-13-2014 09:56 PM
Add me to the list of “Dont know what the hell a pour over stand is!”
Finished product looks pretty cool though (insert applauding smiley-face here)
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#9 posted 05-14-2014 05:04 AM
OK, a ONE-CUP Coffee / Tea brewer!!
I guess you have to experiment with the Coffee dose… like 1/12 of a 12 cup pot… LOL etc.
Those little goodies are Expensive!! :)
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#10 posted 07-11-2014 01:32 AM
Wow, I like your other one, but I like this one better! Just clean and elegant. Thanks for posting.
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#11 posted 07-11-2014 03:04 PM
Thanks Bill. I thought I’d duplicate the info for those who haven’t had a really good pour over coffee. The flavor is outstanding and I drink 1 great cup instead of one regular pot of coffee.
I really like the pour over coffee when you use a fresh roasted coffee. I was introduced to this method by a local coffee roaster that really does a good job with his bean selection and roasting method in small batches. Always fresh.The drippers that I use need a #2 filter and with a 1/4 cup of freshly ground beans…1 great cup of coffee. He recommends to bring the water to a boil and then set it off the heat for about 60 seconds. This brings the water to the desired 195-205 degrees.Enjoy. You likely have a nice selection of beans available to you. How fresh is fresh?...consumed between 10-14 days of roasting, so you might have to find a local roaster that also does small batches.
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