Brewing Guides


Brew with Aeropress: Tips & Tricks

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Why Brew with Aeropress? A device which looks a little strange but creates amazing coffee, the Aeropress makes the perfect coffee always just a few minutes away. Invented in 2005 by Aerobie (better known for their ultimate flying frisbee), the Aeropress is still relatively new to the market at 10 years old. This is even more considered to be the case as it is still not a common brew method in many coffee shops that claim to offer amazing coffee. The 2 chamber device is a little like a syringe – fill the chamber with a brilliant coffee, add water, steep and inject into your mug. The perfect brew… Reasons to Brew with Aeropress: 1) It’s a Fast Brew It will take just a few minutes to produce an amazing tasting cup of coffee. And because it’s so simple you’ll always get a great cup. 2) Pressure…

Hario V60 vs. Melitta filter cone

In this article, I will be comparing one of the youngest pour over / drip coffee devices with what is one of the oldest. The Younger is the Hario V60, first hitting the market in 2005 and now a favorite amongst coffee shops around the world . This small device (top in the split image) has a circular type wave pattern on the inside and a large “drip” hole at the bottom. The device can brew 1 or 2 cups at a time and comes with a measuring spoon to help get the ideal amount of grind. The Older, the Melitta Filter Cone, first patented in 1908. The cone features straight lines, rather than wave lines, down the sides – a flat line is at the bottom with a single small hole. The shape of the Melitta isn’t quite a cone shape as it ends with a flat bottom. This…