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HARIO V60 MUGEN Dripper (Plastic)

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  • Description
  • Specs
  • Method

    Designed in collaboration with Tetsu Kasuya, the 2016 World Brewers Cup Champion, instead of the V60's spiral ribs, the HARIO MUGEN Dripper features star-shaped grooves, allowing paper filters stick to the dripper and coffee to flow downwards at a steady pace.

    This method, paired with the appropriate filters, is ideal for making single cups of coffee directly into the mug - you can make up to 16oz in one brew - and ensures that you only make the coffee that you need. It's simple to use, easy to clean and, as long as you have good coffee, may make you put your coffee machine away for good.

    The included holder may be used to hang up the MUGEN, or place it on your mug or server. It can also be removed in order to place only the dripper itself on a stand for brewing

    Part of the HARIO World Barista Collaboration collection.

    • SIZE: W142 x D116 x H94mm (W5.6 x D4.6 x H3.7in)
    • CAPACITY: 1-2 cups
    • WEIGHT (incl. individual box): Approx. 200g (7oz)
      • Body: Acrylonitrile-Styrene Resin
      • Holder: Polypropylene
    • Uses HARIO V60-02 filters
    • Made in Japan
  • HARIO V60 MUGEN Dripper (Plastic) - User Manual

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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Hario V60 Mugen

Simple design, easy to use and consistent.

Thom Wendelboe
A neat twist

A twist on the classic. I find it works better with faster flow filters. I like the simplicity of it. Great when I can't figure out dialing in a specific bean.

No-fuss pourover

TL;DR This dripper serves as a great entry point for people new to pourover brewing, and for those that don't want to fuss over pour technique (e.g,, flow rate, pulses, etc.). It's cheap and well-made.

The recipe card recommends a 1:12 ratio, which I find to be a bit too strong for the kinds of coffees I like to brew (light-roasted naturals). If you check out Tetsu Kasuya's instructional video, his coffee is roasted a lot darker, which I think works well for that method. I've found that stretching the ratio out to 1:15 works better for my kind of coffees. There's really nice sweetness, body, and acidity, though perhaps not as much complexity or clarity as you might get out of a standard V60, but the latter are notoriously finicky to get consistent results. So for the amount of effort you invest, you get very good results.

One thing to note is that you might want to use a kettle that's *not* a Fellow Stagg because it has a flow-restricted spout; in order to pour out 240-300 mL of water in 15-20 seconds (as per the recipe), you're better off using a standard tea kettle, if you have that on hand. Getting a level bed is less important with this brewer, since the single-pour method (with no further agitation) naturally leaves a layer of grounds clinging to the walls of the brewer.

Also, if using a Hario V60-02 paper filter, you kind of have to do an asymmetrical fold to get the filter to fit in the brewer properly (like, folding slightly off-parallel with the seam); check Brian Quan's YouTube video to see what I mean.

Dale C.
Great consistent coffee easy

I like it for weekdays well I want to make a quick good cup of coffee and get out the door.

Perfect for the office

It's the perfect no fuss dripper for the office especially when the office kitchen is quite limited. Great for coffee breaks, it's efficient and light weight but still brewing an enjoyable cup of coffee.

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