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French Press

French Press

Full immersion brewing is a method in which the coffee grounds are in contact with the water for an extended period of time. The most popular brewing device for this is the legendary French Press! They are cheap, highly available, and require little to no technique, but when used with care, can produce a comforting, rich, full bodied flavor.

A French Press is also a great way to brew your favorite tea or to make your own cold brew coffee!

WHAT YOU NEED:
French Press
Burr Grinder
Filtered Water
Fresh, whole bean...


V60

V60

Named after the angle of the brew cone, the Hario V60 is one of the most popular pour over systems in the world.  It’s drip extraction mechanics allow for a large variety of coffees to be brewed to their maximum potential, leaving space for both sweetness and fruity acidity to shine.  Available in glass or ceramic, we recommend the glass model, size #2. After years of commercial use, I have found the glass model holds up very well to extensive use and is generally easier to keep looking new and clean.  

AeroPress

AeroPress

The man who created this brewing device also invented the AeroPress and the Aerobie Flying Disc! And he certainly had no idea the cult status this little guy would attain. There is a world AeroPress championship!  It is versatile, portable and as I like to say, the cleaner cousin of the AeroPress. With AeroPress’ paper filter (sustainable metal versions also available), you get a cleaner cup while retaining the full bodied richness of a full immersion brew method.  It’s one downside? Only brews about 8OZ at a time. The...