Gooseneck Pour Over Kettle
Ahead of the curve.
In the 1950s, Hario dreamed up this iconic wave pattern, which originally made their glass so sturdy. Here in both stainless steel and matte black, this kettle is an A+ companion to the V60 dripper but works like a champ for teas too. That slender swan-like spout is designed for controlled pouring (read: no spills and a gentle brew for beans or leaves). Compatible with just about any cooking surface, including induction, it’s just the sort of stovetop beauty we want to leave out.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
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