Automatic coffee makers replaced the popular percolators back in the 1970s, when they were invented and taken in by house owners all over the world. Their electric and easy to use mechanism proved to be an improvement from the percolator, and this quickly faded into the distance, only to remain relevant for coffee aficionados. The… Continue reading Automatic Drip Coffee vs. The Aeropress: The Present And The Future Of Home Brewed Coffee
As I sit at my home office thinking about a clever way to start off this article with, it suddenly hits me when I pick up my mug of home brewed coffee. The only two brewing methods that were used in my house until very often (when my mom received a moka pot for her… Continue reading Automatic Drip Brewed Coffee Or Pour-Over – Which Is Better?
Though these two devices have stood the test of time and fairly gained their fame, it is always a nice idea to compare and contrast them, seeing which specific characteristics made them so vastly well-known, so popular with coffee lovers and so timeless. The moka pot main feature is that it is a stove-top artifact.… Continue reading Classic And Timeless: The French Press vs. the Moka Pot
While we have gone on and on about the blessings of using a French press in several separate occasions, we have never had the opportunity of talking about one of the most modern and newest devices especially crafted to brew a cup of coffee that is different from everything we know (or at least that’s… Continue reading The Classic And The Newcomer: The French Press vs. the Aeropress
As it almost always is when it comes to coffee and its brewing process, choosing the right elements to do so may be what separates an average beverage from that amazing cup of coffee that you need to start your day off with the right foot. However, this may be easier said than done, having… Continue reading From Japan to France: The Hario v60 vs The French Press