Almost everything you can use to brew coffee uses some sort of filter. Those filters influence the taste of coffee greatly. So what happens when you… don’t use a filter?
The elixir of the Gods. The base of most specialty coffee recipes today. Meet the Espresso. Read More
So the weather is, finally, warming up and you might be craving a cooler coffee? Meet Cold Brew Coffee!
The sixth episode! This week I’ll write a little bit about the Hario V60, an evolved pour over style coffee. Read More
The last few posts have mostly covered the older brewing methods. To balance that out a little, this post will cover the Aerobie AeroPress. Read More
A fellow coffee addict on Reddit gave me a gentle nudge in the direction of Turkish Coffee. Turkish Coffee is not a specific type of bean but one of the oldest methods of preparation known to mankind. Read More
For this weeks Brewing Methods instalment I went out and bought a new Vacuum Coffee Maker. I’ve been tinkering around with it for a while, reading up on different methodologies, trying different things to get the best results.
After a successful launch and lots of positive support, I thought I’d write a little about another iconic design, the Moka Pot. In Europe you can practically get them on almost every street corner and its iconic design is copied by companies all over the world. Read More
For my first post in my new series “Brewing Methods” i’ll cover the French Press. Have you ever wondered where it originated, what you needed to start and how to use it? Well then this post is for you!
Hi all, just a quick heads-up. I’m starting my first ever series “Brewing Methods” this week. The series will cover a number of methods, their history, where they originated, a list of things you’ll need to use each of the brewing methods and an illustrated in-dept guide on how to make a great cup of coffee using that specific method. The first part in the series will be released this Friday and will cover the French Press. In no particular order I will also cover the Moka Pot, AeroPress and Drip methods as well as a few others as soon as I get my hands on the proper equipment and have the technique down. Obviously I will also cover my all time favourite, Espresso.
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