Last time we focused on the fundamentals of coffee brewing. This time we will concentrate on different coffee brewing methods! I’m, as a Finn, a big fan of filter coffee. Many think that coffee is just a way to survive through your day, kind of fuel for the body but I think it’s really complex and interesting thing to experiment with. So many wonderful and clear tastes!
Aeropress makes intense coffee
20 g coffee - 250 g water – 1 min + 30 sec brew time
= 230 ml/222 g brewed coffee
Aeropress has been around already since 2004 and it has become quite popular in the past ten years among the barista community. There is even few cafes concentrating in using only Aeropress as their premium coffee maker. And let’s face it, it's a super easy to use, clean and it’s very durable. There is already quite a lot of add-ons to Aeropress such as grinders, filters and now an espresso maker. And it's a called Prismo.
Aeropress has been a barista favourite since it made to the coffee scene 15 years ago and now they have launched a new version of it; Aeropress Go. Aeropress Go is small, light, durable, easy to wash, versatile and fast in use. What’s not to love in Aeropress Go! See what's the Aeropress Go all about and how you can use it.
Design comes with elegant taste
40 g coffee - 680 g water – 6 min brew time
= 620 ml/608g brewed coffee
Rich flavors in a cup
20 g coffee - 300 g water – 4 min. brew time
= 271,5 ml/263,75 g brewed coffee
How to make espresso?
How to make Caffè Latte? Caffè Latte is a popular espresso based drink that combines espresso and warm milk.
How to make Cappuccino? Cappuccino is one of the most popular espresso based drinks. It combines espresso and warm, steamed milk.
Back to basics
60 g coffee – 1000 g fresh water – 3-6 min brew time
= 910 ml/871 g brewed coffee
Cold brew solution for cafés
Iced coffee is often overlooked and it's a great way to brew cold coffee at home. Iced coffee is also probably the fastest way to brew cold and refreshing coffee drink at home as you don't need 16 hours of brewing like in cold brew or an espresso machine like in iced latte. In iced coffee a part of the brewing water is replaced with ice placed in the decanter and the coffee otherwise brewed like pour over filter coffee. Let's dig deeper into iced coffee!