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- 06-09-2016, 02:12 AM #21
- 06-12-2016, 09:53 AM #22
Tollefsen from Noway won 2015 World Brewers Cup using a Hario V60.
Previously, he has used many different devices, but he always goes back to Hario V60 because he prefers a lighter, but flavorful taste, rather than a fuller body from AeroPress.
He explains that his method uses a longer extraction time with lower temp (194 to 198 F) which yields a lighter and less bitter cup. If water is too hot, it speeds up the extraction, resulting in a more bitter brew and you pour in a smooth, circular motion to ensure even and thorough extraction. Also, if the water temp is too cool, grinds will not release enough flavor.
He emphasizes that extraction time is key for a flavorful cup, no longer than 3 min. Any longer will make the coffee bitter and less will be less flavorful. And by the time the cup is ready to drink, it won't be too hot, but just hot enough to drink without burning your mouth.
By the way, water to bean ration should be 300 grams of water vs 20 grams of coffee.
Now, Good luck with your Hario V60.
- 06-18-2016, 10:36 AM #23
Almost eveyone knows that Tanzania Peaberry is great coffee. And it seems like you can only find Peaberry from Tanzania in USA.
As we all know, only 3 to 4% of coffee produced are peaberries. then, I wonder why there are only peaberries available in USA and why we (USA importers) do not import other flat coffee beans from Tanzania.
does anyone know?
- 06-19-2016, 10:42 AM #24
- 06-23-2016, 08:03 AM #25
With darker roasts, you do not have to use more grounds to achieve a good strong brew. Since tastes vary, this is the part where you get to experiment to suit your own taste. Start with a ratio of one rounded tablespoon of coffee grounds per six to eight ounces of water. Gradually increase grinds in ½ tablespoon increments until you find the perfect ratio for your tastes and coffee maker.
If you simply cannot abide taking the time to roast or grind your own, you can make standard coffee stronger, to an extent. Buy good quality, pre-ground, pre-packaged coffee in a French roast. Add a pinch of salt to your coffee pot before brewing to eliminate some of the bitterness. It won’t be the same, but it least it won’t be quite as bitter or nasty as the stuff you’ll get by heaping on extra grounds.
- 07-01-2016, 01:50 AM #261 take the coffee
#2 take a cup
#3 put the coffee in the cup
#4 boil some water
#5 put 2 teaspoons of sugar
#6 put some milk
#7 wait till the water is boiled, if not wait .if yes then pour the water into the cup
#8 stir it well
#9 enjoy your coffee
- 07-01-2016, 05:07 AM #27
- 07-01-2016, 05:16 AM #28
- 07-01-2016, 07:28 AM #29
- 07-01-2016, 08:43 AM #30
then, the milk / sugar / instant coffee will dissolve completely.
also, since my mom has been drinking for so long that, she knows the exact amount to put in the cup before the water.
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