Coffee can be prepared in a variety of methods. Each preparation method produces slightly different nuances in flavor and mouth feel.   With National Coffee Day right around the corner we thought it was perfect time to review the difference between popular coffee preparation methods.

Cheers to great coffee!

Drip Filtration


Over the past couple months we've looked atthe first two elements of three T's of coffee brewing- Time and Temperature.  Time is an important element in coffee brewing, as the amount of time the water is contact with the coffee determines the amount of coffee material extracted. This is the major component that affects flavor. The temperature of the water during the brewing cycle affects the flavor and extraction of coffee.    This element has a great influence on how brewed coffee will taste. Today we are going to examine the last T of proper brewing---Turbulence.


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