Coffee Science: How to Make the Best Pourover Coffee at Home
At the most basic level, pourover brewing involves pouring water over and through the grounds to extract the coffee flavors into your cup or serving vessel. Seems simple, right? But understanding the science and following a few tips can help you brew a better cup.
Crooked Nose & Coffee Stories
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Vintage Chemex Coffee Carafe
These carafes are incredible. Famous coffee makers designed by Peter Schlumbohm. Classic mid century design, featured in the MOMA collection. Comes with 2 wood cuffs and leather ties. In great condition, just some wear on only one of the wood cuffs. A great gift for any coffee lover. There is no original label but it has the tell tale marks of chemex - belly button nub in the glass and original wood and leather cuff. Measures 9" x 5.5" …………………………………………………………………………… Browse the rest of my…
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How to make a great cup of coffee with a Chemex coffee maker
Aaron Blanco of Brown Coffee Co. in San Antonio demonstrates the art of making coffee. Instructions and links: For every gram of coffee, add 16 grams of wate...
Japanese Iced Coffee Method: Better Than Cold Brewing?
Once the heat of summer descends, cold-brewed iced coffee is what gets me through the day. Its rich, clean flavor makes it worth the overnight steeping time. But according to the New York Times Magazine, the Japanese method of brewing iced coffee has it beat — because of cold-brewed coffee’s one major flaw.Some coffee aficionados say cold-brewed coffee becomes oxidized when it sits in the fridge, unlike the Japanese method which freshly brews each cup.