Why is everything so difficult
Such as latte art
How obsessed are you about your brew?
2) NOT THIS MUCH
3) THIS MUCH
Answer in the comments below
All three answers are right of course. It's all about balancing expectations of the results with the work you are willing to put in. Put another way, some of us just aren't that demanding or lack the palate to see enough benefit to putting in more effort. .
If you answered 3), and own a Flair, you should consider joining a support group to help with that affliction: bit.ly/BrewWithFlair 😁
is next level as you can see here making the most of the straight through grind-to-dose path on his Sette 270 from @baratza
to actively distribute the fluffy grinds
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Mondays are better once you've had an #Aeropress
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Та лише уявіть собі, який шлях пройшла кава💪, до того як потрапити до вашої чашки, щоб зробити ваш день чудовим та неповторим😉
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Coffee tips of the day!
The best brewing temperature💧
The last topic on water for coffee, the brewing temperature!
After brewing and testing lots of coffees, we concluded that the brewing temperature correlate to roast level of coffee beans.
Lighter roast coffee tastes better (in terms of extraction, body and sweetness) on higher brewing temperature, whereas darker roast tastes better on lower brewing temperature. Here’s our recommended brewing temperature,
Light roast coffee, try 95-98ºC.
Medium roast, try 93-95ºC.
Dark roast, try 85-90ºC.
We strongly recommend NOT to adjust brewing temperature as a parameter.
It requires a certain amount of energy (heat) to extract all the flavours in light roast coffee. Hence a lower brewing temperature often result in unpleasant sourness and hollowness from under-extraction, despite brewing with a finer grind.
The opposite for dark roast coffee, high brewing temperature easily result to over extraction that super bitter and harsh aftertaste.
Try it out and see how it turns out. Happy Brewing! 📷: @adamyam
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Monday morning coffee in a coke cup. ☕️
Morning folks ☕️
Monday is the best day to pump up your spirit!
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