pour over

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pore over

To examine, study, or read with intense, careful attention. She spent hours poring over the text, searching for a clue that might help solve the case. I had to pore over the contract to find who is liable in such a situation.
See also: over, pore
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

pour (all) over someone or something

to flood over someone or something. (Compare this with pore over something.) The water from the broken dam poured all over the rocks standing at its base. The spilled milk poured over my lap.
See also: over, pour

pour something over someone or something

to cover or douse someone or something with something. As I poured the cooling water over myself, I felt relaxed for the first time since I began the long hike. Mary poured some milk over her cereal.
See also: over, pour
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"At Java House, I train to use one-third level scoop of coffee for each pour over cup.
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"You have to have a highly trained and dedicated person on pour overs with a singular focus on perfect preparation and quick and engaging conversation," said Tara.
Coffees are a strong suit too, with an espressobased range including strong, punchy flat whites, and plans to add cold brews and pour overs soon.
Lufkin's flower-thronged courtyard in Pontcanna is one such place, where time-rich filter fans can watch beans roasting in the Datgen drum roaster while sipping single origin pour overs from handmade ceramic mugs.
I'd been doing pour overs with a Chemex and I kept breaking the Chemex.
In real estate, the axiom is "location, location, location ..." In every other industry, including food and Beverages--and coffee and tea are no exceptions--it seems to be "innovation, innovation, innovation." Or more harshly, "innovate or cease to exist." Imagine the days when drip machines didn't offer grinding features or the ability to customize the strength of the coffee; or when French presses, pour overs and single serve machines were not readily accessible ...
Finally, it has been postulated that single serve is sick because the platform has been so successful at seducing folks into becoming coffee lovers that they are all migrating out of the category and are now buying their coffee either brewed for them in small roaster/retailer shops or grinding and brewing freshly roasted coffee at home with their Hario pour overs and French Presses.