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How Your Coffee Is Brewed

Gone are those days when people used to only look for the coffee no matter which flavour they used to get. Now people have preferences of different taste quality and flavours. Coffee is the world's most highly consumed drink.

One of the most important factors that place a huge effect on the taste of a coffee is the way it is brewed.  Having an in-depth understanding of these brewing methods play an important part to set a foundation for most popular coffee drinks available all around the world offered by coffee bars and cafe. It will greatly improve your knowledge and eventually lead to success.

Methods to Brew Coffee

Coffee beans are harvested and roasted then they are ready to be converted into liquid. The most famous brewing method is through a French press, Espresso Machine or drip coffee maker. One should have an in-depth understanding of these three methods to run a coffee bar or a cafe successfully, as each method produces different flavoured coffee and has a different brewing time and level of caffeine in the drink.

Drip Coffee Maker

Coffee that is brewed with a drip coffee maker is brewed with a paper filter which contains coarse, ground coffee beans with boiling water dripped on the top of it. Ground coffee beans are left behind through filter and the liquid is passed through into a coffee pot or a decanter which is used for serving. This method involved more time as compared to espresso machine, as the hot water remains in contact with the ground beans for a long time.

French Press

French pressed coffee is believed to have a stronger flavour as compared to drip coffee. In this method, oils are mixed from the ground coffee to the mix with water. This drink is intended to ne consumed right after brewing.

French press machine contains are cylindrical glass flask with a filter which keeps the ground coffee separate from hot water. When the time comes to pour and serve the coffee, the lever is pushed down to strain and the separate from the brewed coffee. It is important that the coffee grounds should be coarse or medium grind to achieve the best flavour and prevent them mixing with the brewed coffee.

In this method, you are able to regulate the water's temperature o that beans could reach the maximum potential flavour while brewing. Moreover, it is important to place a filter since a pressing screen is placed in an end for the separation of the ground coffee beans from the brewed coffee.

Espresso Machine 

In the espresso brewing method the textureFeature Articles, flavour and the sizes or the ground coffee beans are different from the above two methods.  Espresso coffee involves finer ground beans than French and drip coffee. The ground coffee beans look like powdered sugar which are brewed with the use of espresso coffee machine. The ground coffee is placed in a portafilter which is a part of espresso machine attached to the gasket of the machine. The brewing process starts when the water is pressurized through the ground coffee to form a liquid. These machines forcefully pass hot water through ground coffee at a fast speed and one shot of espresso takes around 20 seconds to brew the coffee. Espresso coffee has strong taste as compared to drip and French pressed and the texture is creamier as it produces a creamy froth called crema.

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