Brewing Your Coffee At home
MCO3.0 really got to you and you need your caffeine fix. Working from home is not making it any easier to get your regular coffee? Hey! here's a few ways in which you can still brew your coffee at home!
POUR OVER COFFEE
- First, boil water in kettle. A kettle with temperature indication would be best you can look for it here
- If using whole beans, grind the beans to a uniform consistency similar to granulated table salt. Alternatively, just placed an order with us for ground coffee!
- Meanwhile, put a filter in the brewer and rinse with hot water. This removes the papery residue on the filter and warms up the brewer, keeping your coffee hot for longer. Discard the water used for rinsing. You can find these items here
- Add the grounds to the filter, making sure the surface is level. When the water is between 90 degrees to 95 degrees slowly and steadily pour just enough water over the grounds to saturate them completely, starting from the middle and working your way outward. Stop pouring before the coffee begins to drip through. This is called the "bloom" pour, which allows the coffee to de-gas.
- Slowly pour in the remaining water, keeping the water in the dripper between half and three-quarters full. This should take 2 to 3 minutes. Carefully remove the filter, then serve and enjoy.
- First, boil your water with an electric kettle. (A normal household kettle would do)
- If using whole beans, grind the beans to a consistency similar to breadcrumbs. Or indicate that you'd like ground coffee from our website.
- When the water is between 90 to 95 degrees, add it to the French press and stir it vigorously into the grounds. The brew time is about 4 minutes, then slowly plunge the press, separating the grounds from the coffee.
- Serve and enjoy.
Purchase your French Press: Degayo French Press
We hope these methods could help get you started on brewing your own coffee
More brewing tips and methods to come