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This popular method of brewing allows the water to sit with the coffee grounds (‘steeping’) which gives a different extraction and bolder flavour to other methods.
The V60 is a cone dripper used to filter coffee into a cup or coffee jug. The name stems from the shape of the device. It is ‘V’ shaped with the cone sloped at a 60-degree angle.
The AeroPress is a nifty short-brew filter device which can make you a smooth coffee in under 2 minutes. Water is forced through the filter by pressing the plunger down.
This iconic hourglass shaped coffee brewer uses a manual ‘pour-over’ technique. Its elegant design is so distinctive it has become part of the collection at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Sometimes known as a Moka pot, this stylish piece of kit was designed to enable Italians to make their own espresso at home. It works by pushing hot water through ground coffee under steam pressure.
When brewing espresso we recommend you start with a 1:2 ratio and then adjust that balance to suit your taste. So if you’re using 18.5g of coffee, you’d make a 37g shot of espresso.
This video covers a rough guide to all automated brewing machines. Sometimes these are called filter, drip, or bulk brewing machines, but essentially they encompass coffee brewing that is achieved at the press of a button.
This is a slow method of brewing coffee without the use of heat, which makes for a smoother, rounder result. Cold brew is one method where the flavour gets better with time.
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