Wondering how to make better coffee in a French press? Technique and tips, plus the science behind why this brewing method is a bit different from the rest.
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.
12 years after opening my first coffee shop, I'm opening another—my sixth. I've learned a lot about opening and running coffee shops, some through making major mistakes. There's the obvious stuff (manage your cashflow, pay your taxes, etc.), the almost-as-obvious stuff (use good quality coffee, hire good people), and the stuff that nobody tells you about but may make the difference between running decent café and a really great one. Today we'll focus on that last category of advice.
Do you know your coffee history? A look at a few of the changes in the coffee scene over the past decade.
If you want to improve the coffee you're making at home, the best thing you can do is upgrade to a burr grinder.
Let's take a look at some of the newest trends and innovations in coffee equipment, and I'll share a few of my personal opinions on them.
Just because you can roast your own coffee at home, does that mean you should?
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