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Immersion vs Drip / Pour Over Brewing

Immersion vs Drip / Pour Over Brewing

What is Immersion Brewing? Immersion refers to the action of immersing something. Simply put, in the world of coffee Immersion brewing is when you are saturating coffee grounds in water and then usually filtering out the grounds. this method is commonly used in brewing tea as well as coffee. Types of Immersion brew devices: Cupping is one of the most universally recognised coffee brewing methods and is a form of immersion brewing.  French Press, The french press is a common example of immersion brewing when you soak your coffee grounds and leave it to brew you are brewing the coffee as an immersion. AeroPress®, The AeroPress® can...

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Scale Buying Guide

Comparison Guide

Scale Buying Guide

It is about time we discuss the different features and specs available to you in a set of scales. Before we get into it I wanted to emphasise that because we are comparing brand to brand we really want to keep transparency high and mainly commentate on the factual differences. The goal is not to summarise a better brand but to compare the different features and highlight all the factors we think you should know. We want you to be happy with your purchase, the last thing we want is buyers remorse or any surprises upon delivery. We understand that opening 4 tabs...

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Kettle Buying Guide

Comparison Guide

Kettle Buying Guide

What kettle should I get?

In this topic we discuss all the things necessary you may not have thought about when considering purchasing a coffee brewing kettle.

Capacity, Cost, Value, Features and much more compared side by side.

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UNDERSTANDING COFFEE PROCESSING

UNDERSTANDING COFFEE PROCESSING

Ever wondered the differences between Natural Processed and Washed Process?

In this topic we cover all sorts of coffee processing as well as discuss how decaf is made and what honey processed coffee is.

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FINE TO COARSE

FINE TO COARSE

In this topic we will cover enough ground for you to understand the basics as well as some more technicalities when it comes to grinding coffee and understanding grind size.

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