Coffee PressWhen you make coffee using a coffee press, the coffee filter not only keeps the natural oil, but it also extracts all the flavor of the coffee. Rich, deep, consistent flavors will not disappear.
Use coarse ground coffee that resembles sea salt in your press, and measure 2 tablespoons per 6 ounces of water.TIP: Remember, coffee is like produce. Buy it often in small quantities to enjoy it at the peak of freshness.
TIP: To give your coffee the best possible flavor, use filtered or bottled water.
Pour-OverPour-over is a beautifully simple and accessible way to brew a single cup of coffee with clean, fully developed flavor and body.
TIP: To make your pour-over more consistent, use a timer. It should take about 3 minutes to make a cup.
Iced Pour-OverIced pour-over is a simple and approachable way to make rich, full-flavored iced coffee one pitcher at a time.
TIP: African coffees are popular for iced pour-over because of their superb juicy body, and tangy, sparkling citrus notes.
Coffee BrewerDrip coffee is a convenient way to make great coffee. With the right grind and pure water, you can brew a fantastic cup of coffee in a coffee brewer.
TIP: Brewed coffee is always best fresh, so make as much as you’ll enjoy in a sitting. Reheating coffee can dull the flavor.