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How To Make These 6 Different Types of Coffees

1. Moka Pot

Time: 5 mins

Type of grind required: Medium Grind

Resulting brew: Not quite an espresso shot, but close to it. Expect a sharp and strong tasting coffee. Easy, Potable, Quick and great flavor overall.

Moka Pot

2. Cold Brew

(No equipment needed, only a cheese cloth for steeping the coffee in a jar of water)

Cold Brew

Time: 16-20 hours

Type of grind required: Coarse Grind

Resulting brew: very smooth, strong and coffee with low-acidity.

Ratio of brew: 1:12 (100 grams of coffee steeped in 1.2 litre of water

Cold brew can be stored for 2 weeks in the refrigerator.

3. French Press

Time: 7-10 mins (from boiling water, to brewing the coffee from 4-5 mins)

Type of grind required: Coarse Grind

Resulting brew:  Unique, non-harsh aromatic coffee that’s full of flavor, depends on the selection of your beans.

French Press

4. Channi

(No equipment needed: Just like tea making, but better)

Time: 4-5 minutes and your brew will be ready.

Type of grind required: Coarse

Resulting brew: Stronger brew than a French press.

Channi

5. Espresso

Time: 20-30 minutes and your brew will be ready.

Type of grind required: Fine

Resulting brew: depends on the espresso machine, the better the machine, the better the results.

Espresso

For coffee snobs, great flavor, but pricey to own a machine

6. South Indian/ Vietnamese filter

Time: 4-5 minutes and your brew will be ready.

Type of grind required: Medium to coarse grind

Resulting brew: No paper filters means the oils will pass through to the brew, much like a French press.

 South Indian/ Vietnamese Filter

Easy to use, potable, easy to clean, great flavor results.


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