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The pour over method is a hands-off method for making coffee that is more expensive than using a traditional machine. However, the result is quality coffee with fewer additives and a more intense flavor than using a machine. If you’re willing to give up some of the benefits of the machine method, such as the price of the coffee and the fact that you have to clean your machine regularly, the pour over method is definitely worth a try.
What is the pour over method?
The pour over method is a hands-off method for making coffee. Instead of using a traditional machine that requires you to constantly refile coffee grounds, you use a pour over coffee maker. The pour over coffee maker uses a special cup known as a pour over filter to process the coffee grounds and extract the flavors. The coffee grounds are placed in a filter basket and the liquid is poured over the grounds to create coffee.
The Benefits of the Pour Over Method
The pour over method has a variety of benefits that make it better than the normal coffee process. Gentle on the stomach - The taste and feel of coffee is different when you use a pour over compared to a traditional machine. Easy to clean - The pour over coffee maker is usually easier to clean than a traditional coffee maker. No mess - There is no messy stovetop or coffee grounds on the counter. Discreet - You won’t be serving coffee to anyone until you’ve poured it out!
How to Make Coffee using the Pour Over Method
The steps to make great coffee using the pour over method are the same as for any other method. You’ll need to follow them exactly, though, to get the most out of your coffee. Get your coffee - We recommend buying organic coffee because it’s better for you and the environment. Grind your coffee - We recommend a burr grinder because it produces a finer grind than a blade grinder. Make your coffee - Once your grinder is set up, use the burr grinder to make your coffee. Pour your coffee - Once you have your coffee beans, it’s time to pour it into the pour over coffee maker. Add your sweetener - If you are using sugar, add it in by measure. If you are using honey, add it in by spoonful. Brew your coffee - Once your pour over coffee is complete, make sure to brew your coffee quickly so that the SLS (soy, lactic acid and sweetener) content is kept to a minimum.
The Types of Coffee You Can Make with the Pour Over Method
The types of coffee you can make with the pour over method are endless. There are many options, so below are just a few examples. Coffee - You can use whole beans or instant coffee in the pour over method. Coffee with a specific flavor - You can use a combination of different types of coffee in the pour over method. Blended coffee - You can use any combination of the above coffee types in the blend.
How to Buy a Good Cup of Coffee for the Pour Over Process
You need a quality cup of coffee to make the best cup of coffee. Unfortunately, buying coffee at the grocery store can be a really bad choice. You’re likely to get a poor quality cup of coffee from there as most of the products are cheaper and sold in bulk. We recommend finding a coffee shop or coffee producer near you that sells top-notch coffee. You can usually find good coffee shops near you where you can try their products before you buy from them.