Coffee is a staple pleasure drink that’s common across nearly all cultures. What’s unfortunate is
that most people don’t know about the plethora of different brewing methods. This list of items
present 6 different methods of brewing a great – and possibly exotic – cup of coffee.
Aerobie AeroPress Coffee Maker
This unique espresso maker uses the full immersion of the coffee grounds to produce a rich
flavor. When done brewing, use the gentle touch of the hand to add a light amount of pressure
to produce an espresso quality brew. Perfect for home lattes or cappuccinos!
Stovetop Coffee Siphon
The Yama Glass 5 Cup Stovetop Coffee Siphon gives the coffee drinker an incredible show for
2 simple cups of coffee. Vacuum brewed coffee produces a cleaner, richer, and smoother cup
and will certainly add uniqueness to your collection of more traditional methods.
Kuissential Ceramic Coffee Dripper
Using a coffee cone is rather basic as far as home coffee brewing goes. However, there is
something to be gained by it’s simplicity. Besides adding more to the craft of making your cup of
joe in the morning, the single drip brewing method ensures an incredibly smooth texture with
each cup. This can quickly become a soothing morning routine.
Want the smoothest, most satisfying cup of coffee? Look no further. The Chemex brewing
method is almost universally accepted as the best way to produce the best cup of coffee out
there. It’s sleek design also adds to the beauty of the whole kitchen and will likely be something
you proudly display.
Conical Burr Coffee Grinder
We can’t ignore the necessity of the coffee grind in the brewing process. The Baratza Encore is
lauded by coffee experts as the best go-to entry level grinder for those brewing coffee at home.
Over 40 different grind settings ensure that you’ll be able to find the perfect ground for any
whole bean coffee you love.
Toddy Cold Brew Coffee Maker
Let’s face it: we don’t always want a hot cup of coffee. A 90 degree day in July is going to best
met with a great cold brew. The Toddy Cold Brew coffee maker ensures that cold brew can
come right from your own home with it’s simple, easy to use method. As an added bonus, the
cold brew it produces contains 67% less acid than traditional coffee brewing methods.