Some Brewing Methods
This might be one of the most common ways to make a quick, simple, and delicious cup of coffee. It involves pouring hot water through a paper filter over coffee grounds. Depending on the shape of the filter you use, this method typically lets you enjoy a smooth, round, and full-bodied flavour.
The Chemex method is similar to a pour-over, with the exception that it uses a special Chemex paper filtr with a beautiful glass flask. Just like the standard pour-over, hot water is poured through the Chemex paper filter over ground coffee, where the mix drips into the glass flask and acts as its own special carafe. This method creates a cleaner and more refined flavour without the acidity.
Using a French press creates a uniquely wonderful flavour that’s as luscious and complex as it is simple. French presses come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and styles so that you can personalise your coffee-ing experience even further.
Launched in 2005 by Alan Adler adding a really fun and easy to use tool to the coffee market. To brew this coffee, you use a plastic plunger with three parts – a plunger, a coffee baster, and a brew chamber. The AeroPress is a great way to brew a sweet, espresso-like coffee in a fun and unique way.
The siphon or vacuum pot was invented in Germany in the 1840s, and to this day, it’s arguably the most fancyand dramatic way to make a cup of coffee. This vacuum pot uses gravity to push freshly brewed coffee through a filter and create a mellow and delicate flavour profile. If you have a special occasion coming up or you’d like to impress your friends with some premium coffee-ing, it’s a fun way to make coffee that everyone is guaranteed to love!
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