Do you really need a ground coffee sieve at all? No, you don’t need it if you own a $700 grinder. You also don’t need it if you can’t distinguish an espresso from a drip coffee. However, if you want to improve your coffee taste, and to get consistent results, you need it. I’ll show you in a bit why most grinders on the market are just not good enough. We also have a review of one of the best sifters on the market, the Kruve.
The French press is one of the most inexpensive coffee makers, and it is pretty versatile. People who like a stronger, and bolder cup, appreciate this coffee brewing method.
Espresso is my favorite way of brewing coffee. Everything from the intoxicating aroma and pungently sharp flavor, to the astounding amounts of caffeine per ounce, make it the most desirable coffee cup. I brew a cup every morning, from the comfort of my home. It’s my ritual;
The AeroPress Coffee filters are one of the most important components of this brewing method. Choosing the right filter could make or break your coffee cup. I’m not saying that one is better than the other, just better for your taste. But we will get to that in a bit, bare with me.
Aeropress is one of our favorite coffee brewing methods. I don’t know what took us so long to write this guide, but we finally wrote it. As with all our tutorials, we don’t just aim to teach you how to make AeroPress coffee. Our goal is to give you the technical knowledge to tweak your … Read more
Manual brewing methods are the newest trend in the coffee world. All respectable coffee shops provide at least one type of manual brewing, be it French press, hand drip, or Aeropress. In some households, the old reliable French pot has never been missing from the morning routine, no matter what the industry said. The trend … Read more
When making coffee the water temperature when brewing is one of the essential parameters. Use the wrong temperature and your coffee will be an odorless, insipid liquid, that barely qualify as drinkable. As a matter of fact, the brewing temperature is just one of the factors that affect the perfect extraction. Coffee beans quality, grind … Read more
Can we really make coffee without electricity?
There are various ways to make a joe without a coffee maker, or even without electricity. You can even make coffee without a source of heat, in other words without hot water.
Thanks to the innovations of baristas, the world of coffee is ever-evolving. We are always trying to find the best way to preserve and enhance the delicate flavors of coffee beans to create the perfect brew—but this isn’t new. Centuries before Starbucks, about three hundred years ago, the Dutch discovered a way to brew coffee that creates quite possibly the finest coffee taste to date, and it’s making a quick comeback. The Dutch might have forgotten the method, but the Japanese and the Koreans developed the method and transformed it into art.
How to Make Dutch Cold Brew Coffee The objective of this page is to teach you how to make cold brew coffee at home, be an expert at it and get it better than the commercially made one. Yes, you can make your own cold brew and make it delicious, is not all that hard. … Read more
My wife asked one morning, wouldn’t be great if we had an electric Turkish coffee maker, as we have for drip coffee, or espresso or the old and faithful percolator? Her question took me by surprise, and I couldn’t believe I didn’t know any electric coffee machines specially designed for this brew. I love Turkish … Read more
AeroPress vs French press – Which One Is Better?
AeroPress and French press are somewhat similar coffee brewing methods, but they are very different when it comes to taste, aroma, smoothness, and convenience. While there is no definite winner between the two, coffee aficionados tend to prefer AeroPress. The French press though has not lost much of its popularity, remaining one of the most popular brewing methods.
Why Do We Need a Variable Temperature Kettle?
The variable temperature electric kettle is a must for a coffee enthusiast that likes to explore and likes to change their brewing routines. It is also critical for some brewing methods, where you need lower temperatures, such as pour-over, and AeroPress.