Brewing Methods

Cold Brew

Cold brew is a coffee brewing method that involves steeping coarsely ground coffee beans in cold water for an extended period of time, typically 12-24 hours. This slow extraction process produces a smooth and less acidic coffee concentrate that is often served over ice. Cold brew coffee is gaining popularity due to its unique taste and low acidity, making it a good option for people who experience digestive issues or sensitivity to acid.

Other brewing methods:

Pour over

Brewing Methods Pour Over Pour over coffee is a simple and elegant brewing method that emphasizes the nuanced flavors of high-quality coffee beans. The method

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French Press

Brewing Methods French Press The French Press, also known as a press pot or plunger pot, is a simple and classic way to make coffee.

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