Producing a richly deep and comforting brew, the Stovetop lies somewhere between an espresso and a filter coffee. Delicious by itself or with a dash of hot milk.
Time and patience is key to getting the best results in cold brew coffee. When done right, however, the low temperatures and long brew times can produce an exceptionally sweet and rich cup.
A thick, syrupy coffee that forms the base of many drinks, an espresso uses a higher ratio of coffee and a shorter brew time to create a deeply rich and concentrated brew.
The Clever Dripped is our favourite brewer for repeatability. This brewing method gives you the best of both worlds – a full-bodied coffee that has balance, acidity and sweetness. Best used with light and medium roasts.
A go-to immersion brewing method for a bit more body and lower acidity than some filter brewers. A French Press is a consistent way to brew rich and creamy light to medium roasted coffee.
The Aeropress can produce a variety of different results, from sweet and syrupy to clean and delicate. Fill it, flip it, stir it, push it. Experimentation is the word of the day with this versatile brewer.
The Chemex has been a crowd pleaser since it was invented in the 1940’s. The design and paper filter creates a sweet, complex brew that works well for light and medium roasts.
The V60 is an easy and simple way to brew a clean, bright tasting filter coffee. Works particularly well on light roasts.
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