• Hi Susan: I can certainly see where a ceremonial activity like pour over coffee would be fun and appropriate. Sometimes we need to get a little formal! 🙂

  • I agree with Doreen. Simple pleasures can be had with a little formality mixed in. The tea ceremony comes to mind as well.

  • Wow! That’s a pretty involved way to make a cup of coffee. I’m sure it tastes great though. Will have to try it.

  • As you may know I do not like coffee, the smell or the taste

  • You make coffee like my husband does. It is like an art form for him. He really enjoys the smell and taste of freshly milled coffee grinds in the morning. Thanks for sharing your process.

  • I enjoy the process of making coffee almost as much as I do drinking it so this looks like something I need to try. A perfect Saturday morning experience!

  • Rose Mary Griffith

    I can appreciate you and my other friends who love cold pour coffee. Here’s my road trip story: on our journey home from Montana, we stopped at a Starbucks. In a hurry to get back on the road, I opted to skip my usual latte and asked for a cup of decaf. We had to wait ten minutes (no kidding) for a “pour over.” 🙂