If you’re new to the hand drip / pour over coffee experience and want to try it without investing in the equipment, drip bag coffees are the way to go. The latest fad to hit Hong Kong, drip bag coffee is roasted, ground fresh then packaged in a single-serving sachet. The sachet gets injected with […]
The antithesis of capsule coffee, pour-over is a process that demands your attention, rewarding you with coffee far more complex than drip or French Press. Once you have the technique down, don’t squander your skill with boring beans. Get out and experiment with single origin beans and get ready to taste some wild coffees.
What the bag says: “Deep caramel flavours, with lingering notes of lemon peel and cashews” What you think: “This tastes like… coffee” Is there a divide between what you read on the bag and what you’re tasting in your mouth? Probably. Grapes? Those taste grapey. Chocolate cake? Chocolatey. Our expectations of what things should taste […]
Like wine, a coffee’s region affects everything from flavors and aromas to acidity
Soccer fans have the World Cup. Coffee enthusiasts have Specialty Coffee Auctions. For decades, coffee auctions have been a means of showcasing high-quality coffees to buyers from around the world and discovering what the market is willing to pay for them. The Cup of Excellence is the most famous auction, there are also many others […]
Cold brew coffee has become one of the most popular coffee beverages in recent years, and there are many ways to make it at home. But what’s the best way? We compare our four favorite methods, from the Japanese method to the laziest way we could think of, to find out which one produces the […]
Different Roasts for Different Folks Finding your Perfect Brew Coffee beans come in different flavours and varieties, but one of the most significant factors determining its taste is its roasting level. Roasting coffee isn’t simply a part of the processing; it’s about heating them at distinct levels at certain time intervals to elicit an ideal, […]
TL:DR 1. Use whole beans 2. Use fresh roast coffee 3. Adjust your grind– French Press? Grind it large– Espresso/Mokka/Aeropress? Grind it fine– Pour Over or Drip? Grind it medium Taste, then adjustLarger = less body and bitternessSmaller = more body, more concentrated 4. Pay attention to the water to coffee ratioStart with the below […]