You can control the taste through the balance between the first and second pour. The third pour onward control the strength In this case, we will use 20g. Make the grounds with the coarsest setting of your HARIO grinder, or make the coarseness similar to that of a French press. With my method, you use 3 times as much water as the grounds x 5 pours So in this case, 60ml x 5 pours=300ml Leave around 45 seconds between each pour. Now pour the next 60ml. You can easily control the taste by the balance between the first and second pour. If you want your coffee a little sweeter, make the first pour a little smaller – for example, 50ml. Then you add the leftover water to the second pour. Then you add the leftover water to the second pour. In this case, I’ve divided the last three pours evenly into 60-60-60 but if that’s a little too strong for you, you can divide that last water into two pours – 90-90. After 3 and a half minutes, remove the dripper from the server and your coffee is done.