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Coffee brewing: Syphon

The vacuum pot/syphon brewing method was developed in the 19th century in Germany and France. It operates on the same principle as the stovetop pot: Water in a lower chamber is heated to pass through a central column into an upper chamber. In this case the water and ground coffee are combined in the upper […]

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French press coffee

Coffee brewing: French press

French press is an easy way to make consistent, tasty, full-bodied coffee. If you’re using whole beans, grind them at a coarse setting. Boil water and allow it to cool about a minute. Rinse the French press jug and plunger assembly with the hot water. Spoon coffee into the jug. Use 75g ground coffee per […]

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Stovetop pot coffee

Coffee Brewing: Stovetop (Moka pot)

The stovetop (Moka) pot is a staple in Italian households, and common in many countries around the world. The principle is to heat water in a lower chamber, passing through ground coffee in a basket, whereby it spills into an upper chamber. The result is something between a French press and an espresso in terms […]

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