Last Updated on September 14th, 2019 The Moka Pot is better known as the Stovetop Espresso maker and can brew an excellent cup of strong coffee if it’s used correctly. It might not be as convenient as drip coffee machine, but it makes a stronger and more flavorful coffee. Sometimes called a geyser coffee maker, … Read more
Last Updated on June 7th, 2019 As a coffee lover, I also love getting myself new equipment for making coffee. I have been testing various insulated French presses since forever, and the Frieling was long overdue because it’s one of the best on the market. The Frieling French Press Coffee Maker is touted as the … Read more
One of the things we love, (or need), in the morning is a freshly brewed cup of coffee. Oftentimes though, we don’t have the time to fix ourselves a natural kick of caffeine. Grinding some coffee beans and boiling water doesn’t seem that complicated. Well, with a busy schedule this is just-another-thing to add to the morning chores. That’s why we have the coffee machine.
Last Updated on December 17th, 2018 My immersion cold brew device was for a long time the humble mason jar with some sort of filtration. My Filtron went to my mom, who got hooked on the cold brew, and since I didn’t use it often enough, it had to change owners. My wife didn’t quite … Read more
There is a price to get one of the 7 SCAA certified coffee makers, but if you are a perfectionist, and your coffee means for you more than the daily fix of caffeine, the price is worth it. Making a great cup of coffee requires precision. Drip coffee can taste great even if it’s made at home. You just need to have the right coffee brewer.
This is a comparison review of the SCAA certified coffee machines: Bonavita, Technivorm, Oxo, Breville. Learn which SCAA coffee maker is the best.
If you are looking to buy a large batch cold brew coffee maker, you have a relatively simple task; there aren’t too many options on the market. The few options available are relatively similar in functionality, features, and price. The three big names are Oxo, Filtron, and Toddy. You can skip to the second half of the article for the comparison.
Cold brew is a slow preparation method because uses cold steeping. In the absence of heat, caffeine and other soluble compounds in the coffee bean extract slower. Cold brew can take up to 48 hours to make, depending on how strong you want the coffee.
To solve this problem, coffee people invented the batch cold brew coffee makers. The concept behind these devices is that you prepare a large and concentrated batch of cold brew that you use for a few days. We store the coffee concentrate in the fridge, and we dilute it with water or milk when we drink it.
The large batch coffeemakers use full immersion for the extraction because it is the most convenient method.