The drip-brew method, also called the pour-over method, is any method in which water is poured onto the coffee grounds so that the coffee is slowly extracted and drips into the cup. The coffee equipment used for this is also called a dripper.
By using a paper filter, fine flavors are brought out particularly well, as fats and sediments are retained and thus a clear coffee is brewed. A medium grind with a structure of fine sand grains is optimal for this. Well-known examples are V60, Kalita or Chemex.