5 Coffee Brewing Methods

Coffee-Brewing-Methods of preparing coffee, helps to guide you to choose the right brewing equipment, and to make decisions about coffee.

When you are in the pursuit for the perfect cup of coffee, you probably have tried a few alternative brewing systems, a pursuit for the perfect cup of coffee, but none of them are quite what you were looking for, or maybe you just want to experiment. This is the best place to start your journey to discover a variety of coffee brewing methods.

 

Coffee History

An Arabian shepherd from Ethiopia, according to the legend, found his goats jumping from one bush to another, grazing on the bright red cherries. He wondered if red cherries were the source of the unusual energy experienced by his goats, and he tried them too. The precious fruit and seed were further researched by the monks at a local monastery, who started to use them to cope with the long hours during prayer.  Then, they sent them to other monasteries around the world, and coffee was popularized.

 

The legend is beautiful, and it makes us wonder how did they brew their coffee at the time? They didn’t have a drip coffee machine, and they didn’t have espresso machines back then. Infusing finely ground coffee beans is what they relied on, in a way that is now known as Turkish brewing. The beans were pounded into a fine powder then infused in hot water.

 

Coffee Brewing Methods

Experiment with many coffee preparing techniques, with brewing methods and a  just a brief introduction to the various brewing methods and a starting point to guide you through our coffee brewer reviews. We have espresso machine reviews, drip coffee machine reviews, and we also assessed some of the best coffee grinders. We just want to make your job of buying the gear easier.

 

Espresso is prepared by pushing hot water through a layer of compressed ground coffee, contained in a port-filter. Espresso is a very concentrated coffee, with a lot of aroma, flavor, and body. Containing coffee oils and solids. The distinctive features of espresso are the foamy layer on top, and low volume of the drink.

 

Turkish coffee is a method of infusing finely ground coffee in boiling water. A very specific to Turkish brewing method is the grind size which is the finest possible, almost a powder. Turkish coffee has the fullest body of all brewing methods. If you like clear coffee, stay away from it.

 

Drip coffee is the most popular preparing method in North America. Drip coffee method involves pouring hot water over ground coffee beans. The brew is strained with a paper filter, or a metal mesh. The coffee from a drip brewer is clear and clean, the brew is good, with a high ratio of caffeine extracted per spoon of ground coffee.

 

French press, is a very simple coffee brewing device with a beaker and a filter. The preparing technique consists in pouring hot water over coffee grinds and let it steep for a few minutes. After the steeping is over the filter is pressed down, to separate the grinds. French press coffee has a medium body, less than espresso but more dense than drip. The aroma and flavor of a press coffee are intense, and the method is gaining more popularity.

 

Cold brew is the favorite way of preparing coffee for individuals with stomach problems. The brewing method implies steeping coffee grinds for extended periods of time, (12 to 36 hours), straining it and serving it cold or hot. Because it takes so long to brew, people prepare large batches and store it in the fridge for several days.

 

Learn to brew sensational coffee now and Find out exactly what type of brewing method is perfect for you!

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