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A gooseneck kettle is one of the main tools you can use for pour-over brewing. It is very useful when it comes to making great-tasting pour-over coffee with its elegant gooseneck spout and ergonomic handle. It is a common fixture in coffee shops and even in home kitchens not only because it is highly functional but also because of its attractive modern design. It has become an iconic symbol for contemporary manual coffee brewing. Tea Kettle vs Gooseneck Kettle The gooseneck kettle has been designed specifically for pour-over brewing. Although...

Brewing the perfect cup of pour-over coffee depends on balancing different variables - water temperature, quality of the beans, coarseness of the grind, and water quality. Even the brewing equipment plays an important role, and that’s why more and more people invest in premium coffee making tools like the gooseneck kettle and pour over coffee makers such a Chemex or Hario V60. These are very important elements in achieving great tasting pour over coffee, however, there’s one component that most people pay little attention to, and that is the coffee...

The standard for excellent coffee has continued to rise over recent years where several coffee making techniques and brewing methods have emerged. People are constantly looking for the best way, and each has developed his own taste and preference in making great tasting coffee. Today, the trend is mostly on manual brewing methods. Because of its popularity, coffee shops often offer at least one kind of manual brewing to attract customers. But manual brewing is more than just a fad; many people state that coffee prepared manually tastes better than...

The pour over method is one of the fastest, simplest, and easiest ways to brew a great cup of coffee.  It is the method of drip coffee where water is poured in a very steady and slow stream over a cone filter. This brewing style is highly customizable, allowing you to make a stronger or weaker cup of coffee, depending on your preferences. We compiled a list of tips and tricks to making amazing pour over coffee at home: Tip #1: Experiment with adjusting the variables To truly understand the...

The cold brew method involves steeping coffee grounds in cold water (or at room temperature), for an extended period of time, in order to produce a coffee concentrate. The cold brew method can take anywhere between 12 to 24 hours to finish brewing. This method is different from traditional methods that use hot water to steep ground coffee through a quick brewing process. The cold brew method produces coffee that is smoother and less acidic than coffee made with traditional hot brewing methods. We compiled a list of tips and...