Tips for brewing better
Brew Guide - Chemex
This is the brew method where the form meets function, style meets taste and experience meets eye candy. As loved for his looks as for his way of brewing coffee. The opportunity to brew into the same karaff as coffee is served in makes it one of a kind.6 cups
45 g of coffee
750 g water
1. RINSE THROUGH THE FILTER -To avoid the paper mak and to heat the heater. Don't forget to pour the water out that gathers at the bottom of the kettle, a classic first-to-go mistake!
2. LAY DOWN 45 G OF GROUND COFFEE IN THE FILTER -And smooth the surface of the coffee. Use fresh new ground coffee and invest in a mill so that the coffee can be ground directly onto the brewery. Use a wave to weigh both water and coffee.
3. MOISTEN THE COFFEE WITH SOME OF THE WATER Put the entire Chemexen on the scale and zero before you start pouring. Take care that the water is at the correct temperature, approximately 95 ° C. Then pour 100 g of water. This will increase taste, evenness and experience. Everything will be better if you're careful when you make coffee.
4. TUBE IN THE COFFEE -Think of hot chocolate : if you mix the chocolate powder with all the milk, it forms a lot of lumps in the potion. Instead of mixing the cocoa with half the milk, stifles around, and then pours the rest of the milk, and all the powder blended with the liquid. The same thing you want to achieve here with the coffee.
5. FILL WATER UP TO THE EDGE -Now you fill with circular movements up to a total of 400 g including the first 100 g of water you used in the previous steps. Pour in circles to hit and penetrate all coffee, and create a turbulence in the coffee that will extract more flavors.
6. POUR AT THE SAME SPEED AS THE COFFEE DROPS IN THE KETTLE -You'd like the coffee to be brewed evenly, as soon as the brewing stops, it is difficult to control. When you almost see the coffee, push through the water, it's time to keep pouring.
7. COMPLETE WITH THE REMAINING WATERS -Complete the remaining 350 g of water, in total up to 750 g, with circular motions. Right before the coffee has penetrate the surface, you move around in the coffee with a spoon. Move in the same direction you put the water down.
Dosage brew coffee
The basic rule when we should be brew and dose coffee is to use 6 grams of coffee on deciliter water. Whether you dispense for bridge coffee, French Press, Chemex, V60 or Aeropress, you can use these guidelines. Here is a simple chart showing how much coffee we can use per deciliter water.
Although it is an automatic machine, there are tricks to brew the best cup of coffee. We have divided our recipe into three different levels, so you will find something that suits you and the equipment you have at home, but also for you to dare to try something a little more advanced!
A series of high-quality filter holders such as coffee decorators worldwide tribute to their outstanding properties. The slope of the cone, the large hole in the bottom and the screwed ribs along the edges provides a perfect brewing and a phenomenal cup of coffee.
Too many a quick, bitter and tough kick in the morning. For others a sensitive product with fine, healthy flavors. A bridge method that opens a world of flavors, competitions and techniques.
This is the bridge method where form meets function, style meets taste and experience meets eye candy. Equally loved for his appearance as for his way of brewing coffee. The ability to brew down the same carafe as the coffee is served in makes it alone in its kind.
This timeless and elegant drink has now been seated in the flavor world light. There is no counterpart. We drink our match classically as well as hot or cold with milk.