Pour over coffee starts with (freshly) ground coffee, a filter, and a filter holder, which is called 'pour over dripper.
All coffee brewing methods involve the same three general phases: wetting, dissolution, and diffusion.
Fresh-roasted coffee: (10-15 grams per 6-fluid oz of hot water.
Water temperature: ( 200- 205 F ).
Grind Size: ( Medium to Small size grind is needed.
You can use a metal cone filter or paper filter
Follow the instruction as the picture above.
Place paper or metallic filter into brew basket or pour over cone.
Add (10-15 grams per 6-fluid oz of hot water ).
With a gentle pour, saturate the grounds with water (195 - 205 F), allowing the coffee to “bloom.” Try to add only enough water to saturate the grounds; stop before coffee starts to flow from bottom of filter.