Thursday, January 24, 2008

10 methods of Brewing Coffee

There are many ways that you can brew your coffee. Whichever method is used, the coffee must be fresh and the equipment must be clean. Here are some of the methods that I found people are using it.

  1. Brewing coffee in an earthenware jug. I think this is the most common used method. Just put the coffee into the jug and then pour the boiling water into it. Served the coffee after pouring through a strainer.
  2. Brewing coffee in a Percolator. Place the coffee in the perforated basket then pour the water into the base of percolator. Boil it and allowed the water to percolate through the coffee. After that remove the coffee basket and served.
  3. Brewing coffee in a Saucepan. Place the coffee and water in a saucepan and place it over the heat. Stir the pan until it is almost boiled. Remove the pan and strain the coffee into a jug.
  4. Brewing coffee using a coffee filter machine. This is the machine that almost every office has. You place the coffee into the paper filter then place the paper into the machine. Put the required amount of water into the machine and let it boiled. The hot water will then drip through the paper filter with coffee on it and into the coffee container.
  5. Brewing coffee using a Cona machine. I never tried this before. Place some water in the lower bowl and boiled it. Place the filter on the neck of the upper bowl and place the coffee into it. Place the upper bowl on to the lower bowl when the water started to boil. The water will then rises to the upper bowl through a tube. Move the machine from the heat and allowed the coffee to run back to the lower bowl. Once the coffee flows back to the lower bowl then the coffee is ready to be served.
  6. Brewing coffee instantly. Yes, this is the fastest and easiest way of all. Purchase the instant package with coffee, milk powder and sugar in it. Put the package into your cup and just pour hot water on to it. Stir and it is ready.
  7. Brewing coffee using French press. Place the coffee and hot water into a glass carafe. Place the plunger into the glass and press it all the way down. The coffee ground will be pressed to the bottom and coffee can be served.
  8. Brewing coffee using Espresso machine. This is the machine that you can find in almost every café. Place the coffee into a small special scoop. Hook it into the machine and a high pressure hot water will press thru the coffee into the cup. After that you can steam the milk and add it to the coffee.
  9. Brewing coffee using room temperature water. I haven’t tried this before but it sounds interesting. Place the coffee grounds into a bowl and pour water with room temperature into it until all the coffee grounds are soaked in water. You don’t need to pour that much water if you’re making a concentrated coffee. Covered the bowl and leave it for about 1 day. After that strained the coffee and served.
  10. Brewing coffee using laser. Place coffee and cold water into cups. Place it under the laser emitter. Shot the later into the cups. The coffee is then ready to serve. If you don’t believe, then watch the video below…
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