1. French press
This method is named by the plunger pot invented in France, int 19th century. What you need is a
plunger, filter screen that presses hot water through and creates rich taste in your cup. For sure
something worth a try.
The trick with this brew is infusion method which is really similar to drip coffee (check point 3).
Brewing process in slower (because filters are thicker than the other ones) but the coffee taste is also
3. Cold Brew
This one might interest you during these hot, summer days. If you want the perfect result – you have
to wait – and wait for 24 hours, because that’s how long it takes to brew a perfect cold coffee drink.
Also, it should be left to cool overnight. It’s not a fast process, but hey – it’s for sure a worthy
investment to make this summer!
Drip brewing process is an interesting one. First you pull cold water out of a reservoir, then you warm
up the water with heat and pressure. After that it can be siphoned out through the machine.
After that, the hot water is filtered down through the grounds so the freshly brewed coffee can pass
through the paper filter. Isn’t that fascinating?
Also known as The Vacuum Coffee Maker. This one is the key machinery for immersion brewing.
There are in fact two chambers where the vacuum and vapor pressure work together to create a cup
of fresh, tasty coffee. In the process the siphon must be heat and cooled up (by the water gases from
carafe chamber – to the infusion chamber – and back again).
I really hope you like all of these (some of them may be new for you) methods in which you can start brewing your everyday morning coffee. Hope we could make your everyday coffee even more tasty than before!
Stay strong, stay healthy, stay unspillable!
Blog Post written by Krzysztof Fitas | 10:00, 15 JUL 2021 | SOURCE: https://voltagecoffee.com/brew-methods/