Best Electric Gooseneck Kettle

Looking for a pour over coffee kettle? Here’s the best electric gooseneck kettle for making incredible pour over coffee at home!

Electric gooseneck kettle

Looking for an electric gooseneck kettle for making pour over coffee at home? Alex and I are self proclaimed coffee nerds, and we make pour over coffee in our Chemex every single day. Oh, and we average about 2 pots, 3 if we’re lucky. That means that every single day, we’re also heating up water for said coffee. And we absolutely love our electric gooseneck kettle to do it! Why use a gooseneck kettle instead of a normal tea kettle? Keep reading.

Why use an electric gooseneck kettle for pour over coffee?

OK, I’ll be honest. When Alex said we had to get an electric gooseneck kettle for pour over coffee, I was a little skeptical. Why not just use a normal tea kettle. Why use a gooseneck kettle? A gooseneck kettle gives you more control so you can slowly pour the water onto the coffee beans, allowing it to extract maximum flavor. Plus, it looks cool! We use this electric gooseneck kettle: it’s perfect for heating water for coffee and tea; we’ve use ours for 6 years and it’s held up great.

Best electric gooseneck kettle: Bonavita gooseneck kettle

What’s the best gooseneck kettle you recommend?

As I mentioned above, we use this Bonavita electric gooseneck kettle. Why do we think it’s the best gooseneck kettle for pour over coffee?

  • It’s perfect slow pouring for pour over coffee, because it gives you maximum control over how you’re pouring.
  • It’s great for tea, so you’ll use it often — it’s not a one use gadget! We also use it for heating water to cook bulgur wheat and couscous.
  • The digital temperature read out makes sure you get best temperature for type of coffee or tea. I don’t think I could go back to a “dumb” teapot again!
  • It’s durable: we’ve had ours for 5 years and it’s going strong!

Get it: Bonavita electric gooseneck kettle

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Video: how to use an electric gooseneck kettle!

So, now that you know the best electric gooseneck kettle: want to learn how to use it? A lot of learning how to use an electric gooseneck kettle is just watching other people do it! Before you start, watch this video of me showing you to how to make pour over coffee in our kitchen.

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Best Electric Gooseneck Kettle


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  • Author: Sonja
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Total Time: 10 minutes
  • Yield: 2 cups 1x

Description

Looking for a pour over coffee kettle? Here’s the best electric gooseneck kettle for making incredible pour over coffee at home!


Scale

Ingredients

  • 34 grams light or medium roast coffee beans*
  • 520 grams filtered water (the flavor is best with filtered water)

Instructions

  1. Heat a pot of filtered water to 200 to 205F. We use an electric kettle that shows us the exact temperature. You could also use a teapot on the stove — just heat to boiling, then let the water cool down for a few minutes.
  2. Use a food scale to weigh out 34 grams of coffee, then grind it to a medium coarse grind (about the size of kosher or sea salt). We use an electric burr grinder to get a consistent grind.
  3. When the water is heated, place the filter in your Chemex (see the video below for exact instructions). Pour in just a bit of water to wet the filter, then pour out the water into the sink. Place the ground coffee into the Chemex and shake it to level it out.
  4. Place the Chemex on the food scale and tare it so the scale reads 0. Slowly pour in 70 grams of water in a circular motion. Then stop and wait for 1 minute: this allows the coffee to bloom (you may have to tap your scale once so that it doesn’t time out!).
  5. Then slowly add the remaining 520 grams water in two batches, pouring very slowly in concentric circles, pouring right onto the coffee and not touching the coffee filter. Fill to about 1/2 inch from the top (it will likely be around 400 grams water), wait for the water level to go down a bit, and then fill the remaining water up to 520 grams.
  6. After a few minutes, all of the water will filter through the coffee grounds into the pot below. Remove the filter and discard it (we compost ours).  Enjoy!

Notes

*In our large Chemex, the most you can make at one time is 50 grams of coffee and 800 grams water, which makes about 3 to 4 cups of coffee. To scale up or down, just use our magic ratio: 15-16 grams water to 1 gram of coffee.

  • Category: Drink
  • Method: Pour over
  • Cuisine: American

Keywords: Electric gooseneck kettle, Bonavita gooseneck kettle, best gooseneck kettle, Pour over coffee kettle

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About the Authors

Sonja Overhiser

Cookbook Author and writer

Sonja Overhiser is author of Pretty Simple Cooking, named one of the best healthy cookbooks of 2018. She’s host of the food podcast Small Bites and founder of the food blog A Couple Cooks. Featured from the TODAY Show to Bon Appetit, Sonja seeks to inspire adventurous eating to make the world a better place one bite at a time.

Alex Overhiser

Cookbook Author and photographer

Alex Overhiser is an acclaimed food photographer and author based in Indianapolis. He’s host of the food podcast Small Bites and founder of the recipe website A Couple Cooks. Featured from the TODAY Show to Bon Appetit, Alex is author of Pretty Simple Cooking, named one of the best vegetarian cookbooks by Epicurious.

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