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Amazon.com : Vinadrip Vietnamese Drip Bag Coffee | Pour Over Coffee, Single - Serve | Medium Roasted | All Natural, Ethically Sourced, Eco Friendly – Pack Of 10 : Grocery & Gourmet Food

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A moka pot is a nifty device that brews coffee using the pressure of steam. The moka pot is also called stovetop espresso coffee maker. This coffee brewing method is…

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Die Chemex ist quasi der „All in one“– Kaffeebereiter: Kaffeemaschine und Kaffeekanne in einem. Genau genommen handelt es sich bei der Chemex um eine Karaffe mit Filterhalter.

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Are you obsessed with chocolate? Do you enjoy a fresh cup of coffee every morning? Then these Coffee Chocolate Truffles are just the treat for you!!!

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Commonly referred to as full-immersion because the grounds are allowed to steep, the French Press is undoubtedly the most popular manual brew method around. The French Press is a very forgiving brew method and because of its simple design and construction it is an affordable way to make consistently good coffee. Learning how to use a French Press is simple, just stick with us and we will get you brewing in no time! With these instructions and a little care, your cup of coffee will be heavy, silky, and full of flavor. HERES WHAT YOULL NEED Filtered Water Kettle Fresh Coffee, ground coarsely French Press Brewer Stirring Utensil (not metal) Timer Digital Gram Scale, Tablespoon or 2 Tbsp. Coffee Scoop BREWING RATIO Using the right coffee to water ratio is key to making exceptional coffee. 3 Cup (makes 1 serving): 17-19 grams coffee to 290 grams water (3-4 tablespoons coffee to 10 oz water) 8 Cup (makes 2-3 servings): 5056 grams coffee to 850 grams water (10-11 tablespoons coffee to 30 oz water) 12 Cup (makes 4-5 servings): 82-88 grams coffee to 1350 grams water (1 measuring cup of coffee to 47 oz water) STEP BY STEP BREWING INSTRUCTIONS 1. Heat your water up to 195-205F (Bring water to a boil then let it rest for 30-60 seconds). 2. Preheat French Press with some of that hot water for a better extraction. Dont forget to discard it before adding your coffee! 3. Weigh or measure your coffee (see chart) then grind on a coarse setting (around the #30 on the Baratza Encore). 4. Add the ground coffee to your French Press. 5. Start your timer and quickly pour proper amount of water over the coffee (No gram scale? Fill until the water line reaches around the top of chrome ring). 6. Give a gentle stir to ensure all the coffee grounds have been evenly wetted. If you have really fresh coffee, pour half of the water in, wait 30 seconds, stir, then add the rest so you dont overfill the brewer. 7. Set the plunger into the top of the brewer to retain heat, but do not press yet. 8. After 4:00 minutes, gently press the plunger all the way down. 9. Serve and enjoy! TIPS If you want a cleaner cup and have a little patience, wait about 4-5 minutes after you would normally, then press the filter down just below the water level (so as to not agitate the grounds at the bottom) and decant gently. A CLEAN FRENCH PRESS MAKES BETTER TASTING COFFEE All components of the Chambord product line are dishwasher safe After each use: Discard spent grounds from glass beaker, rinse and clean Unscrew the filter assembly and clean Don't pour those spent grinds down your drain, compost them! Let us know what your favorite brewing method is by leaving a comment below, or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

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