6 Popular Methods for Brewing Coffee at Home - Deepstash
Pour Over/Drip: Coffee Cone

Hot water is poured evenly over coffee grounds in a paper filter. The brewed coffee drips slowly and directly into a cup or pot. Coffee cones are made of plastic, ...

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6 Popular Methods for Brewing Coffee at Home

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Plunger/Press: French Press

In a press pot, ground coffee is soaked, steeped and strained in hot water; therefore, coffee’s flavourful essential oils, caffeine and antioxidants are better diffused and preserved leaving the pu...

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Plunger/Press: AeroPres

A filter sits in a coffee basket at the bottom. Coffee grounds rest in the brew chamber where hot water is added then immerses/steeps the coffee. To extract the coffee, a plunger is pressed down cr...

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Percolate: Stovetop Moka Pot

stovetop style coffee makers use steam pressure from boiled water in the lower section to pass through coffee grounds in the mid chamber of the pot. Brewed coffee then sits in the higher chamber. A...

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Vacuum: Siphon

Coffee grounds are added to the upper vessel and vapor pressure forces hot water up to immerse the coffee. Once the heat is removed, gravity pushes the brewed coffee back through a filter into the ...

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  • Before use, rinse filters with hot water to remove any chemicals on the paper. 
  • For the pour-over methods, employ a slow and steady pour of hot water in a spiral motion from the c...

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