I love a good pour over coffee. I’m still working on my technique, but with good beans you can’t mess up too much. As with other types of brewing coffee, pour over requires a few pieces of equipment. One of those is a kettle with a long, thin neck (or spout), often called a gooseneck. When choosing a kettle, do you go the electric route or stove top?
I grew up in Poland, but as life would have it, I haven’t been back in nearly ten years. A few months ago I had the pleasure of spending a week in Krakow, Poland, for work. Boy, has this place changed! I absolutely loved it all – the food, the scenery, the people. But what I loved the most was the coffee. In fact, it was in Krakow that I had the best pour-over coffee I’ve ever had, anywhere in the world.