Step 5: Begin to pour the rest of the water
In a gentle circular fashion begin to pour in a steady stream of water so that the coffee gets covered and stirred. Take pauses in your pour so that the dripper does its magic. Don’t drown the bolsita in water and try not to go too much higher than the coffee line.
This is an enjoyable process. Breathe and empty your mind. Take this time to ponder the magic of the creation you are doing — Extracting the flavor that was trapped inside a plant, a little seed inside a little fruit that lived in paradise for all its life and which traveled far around the world to meet you. All this little fruit wants is to make your day better, you took care of it, and now it will take care of you.
When you finish pouring in all the water, allow for most of the water to filter through the sock, but be prepared to take out the coffee container before the last drops of coffee fall. These tend to hold strong and bitter notes so it’s best not to invite them into our coffee fiesta. VIP only.
The Troubardour Tico Dripper makes a superior cup of coffee. Professional baristas and coffee aficionados that are used to speciality coffee brewers like the V60, French press, Chemex or Aeropress will be particularly delighted because it offers an artisanal way of making speciality coffee that is fun, precise, and simple to use.