"If at first you don’t succeed try, try and try again."

Whether you're a coffee aficionado or more on the Starbucks Frappuccino side of things (I've accepted I'm team vanilla bean), making your own batch of pour-over coffee is one of life's simplest pleasures. The taste is fresher than any coffee I've had - even more so if you grind your own coffee beans beforehand.

The tools for making pour-over coffee are also gorgeous, and I love leaving my Fellow Stagg EKG Electric Kettle and Pour-Over Set on the kitchen counter as part of the room's overall decor. But the process of actually making the coffee? Not as simple as I initially thought. After a few tries of placing the materials in the wrong order or pouring the scalding water too high (that was a close one), I digested countless articles and videos to find the perfect pour-over coffee strategy. Keep reading to see exactly how I make pour-over coffee so you can get sipping sooner!

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The DIY movement is a re-introduction (often to urban and suburban dwellers) of the old pattern of personal involvement and use of skills in upkeep of a house or apartment, making clothes; maintenance of cars, computers, websites; or any material aspect of living.

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