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Coffee Brewing Techniques at Home

Coffee Brewing Techniques at Home

Coffee, which is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the world, is developing more and more every day. Different tastes are created thanks to new machines, devices, and methods. Professional coffee brewing techniques allow you to create your own experiences in the comfort of your home.

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There are many different techniques that you can use to start the day with a nice coffee, especially during these quarantined days. In this blog, we write about the common coffee brewing methods for you!

1- Turkish Coffee

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Turkish Coffee is a traditional coffee in Turkey. Turkish Coffee originated in Middle Eastern and European. This coffee has been drinking since ancient times. It is a coffee but made by brewing extra fine ground coffee beans in boiling water. Turkish coffee is brewed in a pot called a “cezve”. It is poured into a small coffee cup. Optionally you can add some sugar. Turkish coffee is also good for your health and your skin.

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2- French Press

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French press, which is one of the most used coffee brewing methods at home, stands out with its fast and easy preparation. However, many of us do not know what to do when brewing coffee with a french press. To get the full flavor and aroma of the coffee you will prepare in French pres, you need to use a tablespoon of ground coffee in 200 ml of water. Using less coffee will make the coffee too juicy and using more will be too strong. It is important to mix the coffee and boiling water with the help of a spoon after adding it to the french press. In this way, the coffee will be distributed equally. You must wait for the coffee to brew for about four minutes after the procedure is finished.

3- Moka Pot

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Moka pot is a coffee brewing tool that has become increasingly popular in recent years. The Moka pot, which you can buy online or in stores, works with a very simple system. The coffee is brewed by the system that uses the pressure created by the steam to pass the water through the coffee. This coffee is considered an alternative to espresso. The Moka pot consists of three different parts; the bottom receptacle is used to put boiling water and provide a base for other parts. In the middle, there is an area where ground coffee will be placed. The upper part is used as a bowl in which the brewed coffee will fill. One of the most important points to be considered when brewing coffee with Moka pot is that the coffee beans are ground in medium roasted.

4- Cold Brew
cold brew

Cold brew is brewed by soaking coffee beans cold or room-temperature water for 12 hours minimum to extract sugars, oils, and caffeine. The cold dripper, consisting of three parts, is one of the best methods for cold brew coffee. Ice water is placed in the top section and coffee in the middle section and the brewed coffee accumulates in the bottom section.

5- Drip

Drip is also called filter coffee. Drip brewing method, which is also the most preferred brewing method in North America and Europe, uses a special machine. The system, which functions as passing hot water through the ground coffee, is prepared by filtering the coffee. The coffees prepared with this machine will be well filtered and high-caffeinated coffees. However, it is important to use a quality machine to make a delicious coffee.

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6- Espresso

With intense coffee flavor, espresso is served in shots. Way more popular than single espresso is a double espresso with two shots. After espresso machines pressurize and shoot near-boiling water through the finely-ground coffee bean give you aromatic and uplifting coffee. It is also used to create many different coffee drinks.

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