Pour-over coffee is a completely different method of brewing that creates a fresher and faster brew. The continuous pouring extracts more oils and aromatics from coffee grounds. This technique requires fresh ground coffee, a cone-shaped filter, and a pour-over kettle. Pour-over coffee involves three phases: wetting, dissolution, and diffusion.
Coffee lovers are constantly looking for new ways to fill up on caffeine, which is why cold brew coffee has become the latest craze. While your first assumption might be that cold brew coffee is just iced coffee, this actually isn’t true. Curious as to what makes cold brew coffee differ from iced coffee?
Learn how to make the perfect cold brew at home with our 3 simple steps. Grind 12-15 tbsp of your favorite coffee beans to coarse size and add to the filter.
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