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How to make moka pot coffee

How to make moka pot coffee

Moka pots (sometimes referred to as a stovetop espresso maker) vary in shape and size by brand and manufacturer. It is a classic brewing method with strong Italian roots. We use a coffee to water ratio around 1:10-1:13. For this recipe, we'll consider the classic Bialetti using 28g coffee to 300 g water to make 6 cups. What you will need to make Moka pot coffee Specialty coffee from a local coffee roaster Moka pot Water How to brew moka pot coffee Preheat the water. This is the first tweak from traditional brewing to take your moka pot coffee to the next level. Bring kettle water...

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How to make automatic drip coffee

How to make automatic drip coffee

We use 1:15 coffee to water ratio for Drip coffee. Read as in 1g of ground coffee for every 15 grams (ml) of water. Our recipe makes about 500ml of brewed coffee which is about 17 ounces.  What you will need to make auto drip coffee Auto Dripper Specialty coffee from a local coffee roaster Digital scale (optional) Grinder (optional) Filtered water How to brew auto drip coffee Fold ridge on paper filter and place in basket. Pre-heat and rinse filter with hot water (discard waste water). Weigh out the desired amount of ground coffee. We recommend 33g if you're brewing...

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How to make Chemex coffee

How to make Chemex coffee

We use  1:15 coffee to water ratio for Chemex coffee. Read as in 1g of ground coffee for every 15 grams (ml) of water. Our recipe makes about 500ml of brewed coffee which is about 17 ounces.  What you will need to make Chemex coffee Specialty coffee from a local coffee roaster Chemex coffee brewer Chemex bonded paper filter Kettle (gooseneck preferred) Digital scale (optional) Grinder (optional) Hot water How to brew Chemex coffee Place the folded filter with triple-layer covering spout, rinse/preheat the brewing system with water. Discard after 1 minute. Pre-infuse with 60g of water for 45 seconds. Pour...

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How to make single-serve drip bag coffee

How to make single-serve drip bag coffee

Each drip bag coffee brews a 200ml-240ml cup (7oz-8oz). These are an excellent choice for outdoor days such as hiking, camping, or cycling. Easy to make and with no clean up! What you will need to make single-serve drip bag coffee: Portfolio single serve drip bag coffee Hot water Drinking cup or container How to brew single serve drip bag coffee Bring water to boil and let cool Water should be between 195–205F. Open pouch and anchor the coffee bag in cup Slowly pour 8 oz of hot water over top Be sure to fully saturate the coffee bag. Do...

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