Assuming that I am only going to brew a cup of coffee for myself and won't be brewing more than one cup at a time, should I still get the larger of the two sizes (or three sizes in terms of the V60) of the pour over brewer?
I don't know if I should get the large 480ml Hario Woodneck Drip Pot or the 240ml version. Similarly the 02 or 03 version of the Hario V60 pour over dripper.
After some researching online, I could only find a general preference that people tend to get the larger of the sizes and brew with less grounds. Another reason people say to get the larger one is because the replacement filters/accessories are easy to find and are cheaper than the rarer/more expensive than their smaller counterpart.
On the other hand, some people advise to get the smaller version of the device if you only plan to brew for 1 person because the spout of the water can go nearer to the surface of the coffee ground and that there will be less turbulence when pouring, creating a better cup of coffee.
I have not brewed with a pour over method before and have no experience in manual brewing except for using the french press, aeropress and cold brews.
Should I get the small or larger sizes of pour over devices? What are the pros and cons of the difference in brew device size?
Really appreciate any help, thanks!