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Brewing Coffee

Coffee roasting is the process of heating the coffee cherry seeds to augment aroma and flavor and ultimately increase solubility. Why do we keep talking about solubility? Because it is the essential element of coffee brewing.

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Katrina Yentch
Coffee experts@Era of We
2 months
Wow that's very very dark chocolate!!
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Tanya Nanetti
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
2 months
Hey Katrina! I'm pretty sure it will be a really nice event! Just by chance, today when we had a cup of Burundi V60 we've...
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Tanya Nanetti
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
2 months
What is your favorite coffee brewing method?
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Anders Hedström
Coffee consumers
13 days
Hard to pick one method, pour over, yes some times Aeropress yes daily, cold brew in the summer, Ibrik/Cezwe in the evening...and a espresso, I...
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David Akinwale
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
a month
Mine is certainly French press. As an immersion method, I find it to be a cost-effective way for brewing delicious coffee since you don't need...
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Tanya Nanetti
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
a month
Thanks so much Vasileia, I'll give it a look!
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Vasileia Fanarioti
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
a month
Hey Tanya! I actually recently read a recipe for a coffee cocktail by someone who won the Coffee in Good Spirit competition in 2017 -...
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Katrina Yentch
Coffee experts@Era of We
a month
Hey Tanya! I don't believe there is much to argue against freezing coffee except that it can only benefit the coffee. Perhaps this is not the...
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Tanya Nanetti
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
24 days
Thanks so much for your suggestion, Yker.
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Yker Valerio
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
a month
A manual grinder looks beautiful but it is so much work. I prefer to have an electric burr grinder, and my favorite brand for home...
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Alina Petcu
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
a month
For anyone here who is curious what a naked filter is, that is when there is no spout attached to the bottom of a portafilter...
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Mark Stevenson
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
a month
Do I need a scale to calculate brewing ratios? Why or why not?
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Donna
Coffee consumers
10 days
If you are looking for a scale, I can recommend those https://www.coffee-statistics.com/best-coffee-scale/
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Yker Valerio
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
a month
The first time I saw someone placing a glass carafe over a scale for brewing coffee, I grinned. I joked about it and made some...
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Violeta Carmona
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
22 days
What are some quick ways to brew coffee?
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Tanya Nanetti
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
21 days
Hi Violeta, totally agreed with Vasileia. If you like a nice filter coffee, maybe invest some little money in a nice brewer like the Moccamaster:...
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Vasileia Fanarioti
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
22 days
Hi Violeta! If you want nothing more than quick and simple, here are some options that won’t take more than two minutes: Using an automatic coffee...
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Joachim Estal
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
13 days
Hi Vasileia, When we talk about top-rated coffee, two coffees come into my mind–the Tanzanian peaberry coffee and Hawaiian Kona coffee. These Arabica bean origins consistently...
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Katrina Yentch
Coffee experts@Era of We
16 days
I love this question! "Top-rated" can be kind of a big statement, because a lot of coffees can be top-rated for different reasons, whether it is...
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Joachim Estal
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
15 days
Hey Vasileia, Aside from what's already enumerated, one main key factor that makes the best coffee is altitude. Altitude is a primary component of good-quality coffee....
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David Akinwale
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
16 days
Hi Vasileia, There are several things you can look for when you are buying a bag of coffee, and it can be even more helpful when...