Origami Dripper - Page 3

Coffee preparation techniques besides espresso like pourover.
Ejquin

Postby Ejquin » Mar 15, 2019, 8:08 am

I have the large and brew 22.5g in it. I don't think it's too large. The shape being more like a v60 seems to make it conducive to a wide range of brew sizes. I'd say it's a little larger for me than it needs to be but I don't find there to be any disadvantage.

novavo1

Postby novavo1 » Mar 20, 2019, 2:05 pm

anotherkenny wrote:Yeah the Origami dripper is gorgeous. I ordered directly from Yasuo at Trunk Coffee through order.trunk@gmail.com and received the brewers a few days ago. You can ask him to deliver via Japan Post Air Mail instead of EMS, it takes a day longer but saves you $12. I've been using V60 filters so far, they work great. These drippers are just so pleasant!

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I notice that you have both sizes, did you notice any differences between them? i.e. making a small brew with both to see if the size affects brewing quality?

jevenator

Postby jevenator » Jun 21, 2019, 3:26 am

I received one as a wedding present and have been using it every day since. I like it a lot more than my plastic V60. It does have more flow than the V60 I found and required a finer grind. It's much more aesthetic as well. I plan on getting Kalita filters soon to try it out.
No man knows how bad he is till he has tried very hard to be good.
― C.S. Lewis

Yan

Postby Yan » Jun 24, 2019, 12:30 am

Just curious using kalita 155 paper in v.60-02, is it possible? maybe someone already testing the idea... it is definitely not the same as origami dripper just curious about the idea.

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sfhoo
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Postby sfhoo » replying to Yan » Jun 26, 2019, 7:39 am

Did you try it? How was it?

Yan

Postby Yan » Jun 26, 2019, 8:14 am

It's kind funny with the result :D
1st attempt I am focussing 2 things, first is it the paper will be dropping or not stabilized in the dripper especially when the grounds and the water almost full in the wave basket, it is not happening so it was ok, the second thing if I brew 33/500gr at 5 clicks from finest setting apex grinder, is it the flow rate can catch up with my brew time, cause I am too afraid I pour too fast with rao style 2 pours only without stirring, blooming and the rest of the water..less then 2 minutes already done...the result very watery and light...no bitterness...taste so so.

2nd attempt I try with normal 20/300gr, 4 times pouring, blooming 60gr, 2nd 40gr,3rd 100gr, 4rd 100gr, times around 2m:20s i used fine setting 3 clicks from finest setting apex grinder the results full body and bit bitter, short finished and the taste wasn't good.

3rd time same ritual lowering the temperature -3C, the results pretty much the same.

After the 3rd attempt back to my normal v.60 and kalita wave with same ritual just too checking are there anything wrong, as usual it is very good results... :D

This weekend maybe I will test another tryout...sorry I don't have refractometer so I can not provide with more convincing numbers...

Cheers

sfhoo
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Postby sfhoo » replying to Yan » Jun 26, 2019, 8:34 am

I have refractometer but maybe too far from you.

Yan

Postby Yan » Jul 08, 2019, 9:24 pm

Another testing just for fun...
This time much better in cup a bit brighter in cup but not so acidic as v.60, and not as balance as the Kalita Wave..maybe in between...

Using Vietnam dripper basket with kalita 155 paper, for the based I used v.60 02 just as holder

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My standard ratio 20/300
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Flow rate not much difference with normal v.60 / Kalita
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Cheers

jevenator

Postby jevenator » Jul 14, 2019, 2:59 am

Yan wrote:
Using Vietnam dripper basket with kalita 155 paper, for the based I used v.60 02 just as holder


Reminds me of the shape of the Stagg XF dripper but not as high.
No man knows how bad he is till he has tried very hard to be good.
― C.S. Lewis

Yan

Postby Yan » replying to jevenator » Jul 14, 2019, 10:18 pm

Yes basically either wave or v.60 paper filters...are stagg using their propriety paper filter?