BREWING GUIDES

CLASSIC AEROPRESS

The AeroPress® is a great tool for any coffee lover. It allows the user to make and enjoy smooth, rich and flavoursome coffee quickly and easily. Whether it’s at home, in the office or overnight at a hotel that extra special cup of coffee is literally seconds away.

INVERTED AEROPRESS

The AeroPress® is a great tool for any coffee lover. It allows the user to make and enjoy smooth, rich and flavoursome coffee quickly and easily. Whether it’s at home, in the office or overnight at a hotel that extra special cup of coffee is literally seconds away.

MOKA POT

The moka pot is a stove-top or electric coffee maker that brews coffee by passing boiling water pressurised by steam through ground coffee. Named after the Yemeni city of Mocha, it was invented by Italian engineer Alfonso Bialetti in 1933 and quickly became one of the staples of Italian culture

FRENCH PRESS

A French press, also known as a cafetière, cafetière à piston, caffettiera a stantuffo, press pot, coffee press, or coffee plunger, is a coffee brewing device, although it can also be used for other tasks. In 1923 Ugo Paolini, an Italian, lodged patent documents relating to a tomato juice separator and he developed the idea of making a coffee pot with a press action and a filter.

V60 

There is a reason why the ceramic coffee dripper is so popular amongst baristas and that reason is simple – fantastic coffee. The V60 coffee dripper from Hario is made out of ceramic and allows you to brew delicious coffee at home or while travelling. It retains the heat extremely well and a hole in the centre of the cone allows your coffee to be brewed evenly

CHEMEX

The AeroPress® is a great tool for any coffee lover. It allows the user to make and enjoy smooth, rich and flavoursome coffee quickly and easily. Whether it’s at home, in the office or overnight at a hotel that extra special cup of coffee is literally seconds away.

GRINDING

The AeroPress® is a great tool for any coffee lover. It allows the user to make and enjoy smooth, rich and flavoursome coffee quickly and easily. Whether it’s at home, in the office or overnight at a hotel that extra special cup of coffee is literally seconds away.

GOT MILK?

Coffee and milk have been paired together almost from the very beginning of westerner’s obsession with the drink. Though the consumption of coffee originated in Yemen, it was not until coffee arrived in Europe in the 1600s that milk and coffee were combined. Hundreds of years later around seven of all coffees drunk will be made with milk, whether it’s a latte, a cappuccino, or just by adding a dash of milk to a filter brew.

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