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The Bonavita electric kettle's gooseneck spout offers ideal water flow for pourover coffee brewing.
Allowing total control over the variables that govern proper extraction, handcrafted brewing accentuates coffee's unique characteristics. It doesn't take much in the way of gear to produce a fantastic cup of coffee by hand, really. Plus, it's fast and easy.
 
With that in mind, we're always on the lookout for elegant, effective tools for small-batch brewing. The Bonavita electric kettle has a gooseneck spout, which offers ideal water flow for pourover coffee brewing – slow and controlled. The kettle heats water to boil in less than 3 minutes (remember to let water cool a minute or so to off-boil for best results) and can be set down on any countertop.
 
All of us here at Counter Culture have a Bonavita electric kettle, and brewing great handcrafted coffee in our home kitchens has never been easier.
 
Thanks,
Nathan
 
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