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coffee brew guides

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Coffee has come a long way from the simple decoction made by heating water and grounds in a pot set over a fire. The many types of appliances and machines all create slightly different brews, but, in essence, there are 4 main ways to extract coffee: filter, boil, pressure, and steep.

Start your journey through these different methods with our brew guides for AeroPress, chemex, French press, moka pot, siphon, hario V60, and kalita Wave pour-over.

Brew Guide Syphon
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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,...
brew guide moka pot
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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...
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kalita wave
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...
photo of a hario v60 brewing coffee
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hario V60
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...
brew guide french press
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french press
French press coffee is dense and heavy, yet has its own sort of elegance. As with any method, the devil is in the details: and...
brew guide chemex
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chemex
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...
photo of the aeropress brewing method
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aeropress
Want a rich, espresso-like coffee? Maybe you're in the mood for iced coffee with an extra kick of flavor? How about a double shot espresso...