A Lovely Life: Making Pour Over Coffee with a Copper Kettle

A beautiful life: brewing coffee for pouring with a copper kettle

I trying to make everyday experiences a little more enjoyable when I can. As I make coffee every day, this cute kettle brings more joy to my morning ritual. I’ve shared different ways of brewing coffee, but lately I’ve used a pouring method to brew just one cup!

Now that I’m just making coffee for myself (womp womp womp, empty nest life!), I’ve found the pour method to be an easy way to do it. And it’s delicious too! I miss making coffee with my kids every morning, but that’s all the more reason to make the experience as pleasant as possible!

I’ll be doing a video demo in my Instagram Stories soon if you’re not used to pouring over coffee. Yet it is so simple!

Here are the supplies I use:

A beautiful life: brewing coffee for pouring with a copper kettle

I use this gooseneck kettle to boil water for my coffee, but you can also use it as a decoration item, to water the plants or to make a cup of tea! Good news! For the 54,673 people who love my Copper Gooseneck Kettle when I share it in my Instagram Stories, but are sad that it’s out of stock, I’ve found a new source! >>> Click HERE for the kettle.

A beautiful life: brewing coffee for pouring with a copper kettle

This is the coffee cone I have, which I use to hold the filter.

These are the filters that I use.

This is the coffee I use (I use a medium grind).

A beautiful life: brewing coffee for pouring with a copper kettle
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This is my coffee grinder.

Here are the simple instructions:

Boil the water in your gooseneck kettle.
Run water over the filter in the cone when it sits on a cup.
Drain the water.
Put the ground coffee in the filter.
Pour more boiling water over the grounds until you get the desired amount of coffee in your cup!

Enjoy!

A beautiful life: brewing coffee for pouring with a copper kettle
Photo of my daughter Kylee’s kitchen – see more and get sources here

I also always like to make coffee in my stainless steel espresso machine. It makes multiple cups of coffee if you want to make more at once!
You can find these instructions and supplies here!

And of course, I still love my amazing milk frother / steamer which many of you have told me to have bought and loved according to our recommendation! This is the frother I have (pictured above in Kylee’s kitchen!). It can make all kinds of fun hot or cold drinks!

Find more of my favorite sources for cooking and coffee here.

A beautiful life: brewing coffee for pouring with a copper kettle

I’m sharing more about how to make everyday experiences more enjoyable in my new coffee table book coming out this spring… A Lovely Life!

You can pre-order A Lovely Life HERE.

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