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Joseff Williams

chemex
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The Chemex remains a staple in every coffee enthusiast's arsenal and its design has endured, unchanged (wood handle, leather cord, tapered glass and all), since its invention in 1941 — a true testament to its genius! Here's our Chemex brewing...
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hario V60
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The ritual of the pour-over is like a meditation: There’s no machine in your way, no flashing green lights, no electric power cords. Just you and a few simple tools. The final cup is reminiscent of one from a drip...
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kalita wave
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The Kalita Wave dripper features a flat-bottomed brew bed for even extraction and a filter design that reduces contact between the brewing space and the dripper itself. Use our Kalita Wave brewing guide to achieve a final cup reminiscent of...
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moka pot
The Moka pot is experiencing a bit of a resurgence recently, no doubt due to its ability to produce a viscous, appropriately dense espresso. Master this tiny, Italian-made, eight-sided wonder with our Moka pot brewing guide. Pro Tip: If you...
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siphon coffee
Siphon coffee was invented in the 1840s and has been refined many times since, but a few principles still hold true: It produces a delicate, tea-like cup of coffee; it can be quite persnickety; and it is, for our money,...
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