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FILTER GRIND: A MEDIUM GRIND DESIGNED FOR POUR-OVER COFFEE, SUCH AS THE V60, CHEMEX, FRENCH PRESS.​

Filter coffee is a type of coffee that is made by brewing ground coffee beans using a filter. The filter traps the coffee grounds and allows the brewed coffee to flow through. There are many different types of filters, but the most common type is a paper filter.

How to Prepare Filter Coffee

Filter coffee is very easy to prepare. All you need is a filter, ground coffee, hot water, and a mug.

  1. First, place the filter in your coffee maker. If you are using a paper filter, be sure to wet it with hot water first. This will prevent the paper from absorbing all of the coffee’s flavour.

  2. Next, add the ground coffee to the filter. You’ll want to use about two tablespoons of coffee per cup of water for your filtered coffee.

  3. Then, slowly pour hot water over the grounds, being careful not to saturate them. Allow the espresso and filter coffee to brew for three to five minutes.

  4. Finally, remove the filter and enjoy your delicious cup of hot coffee.

Types of Filter Coffee

There are a number of different types of filter drinking coffee that you can try.

French Press

One popular type is French press coffee. This type of coffee is made by brewing coffee grounds in a French press and then adding hot water. The coffee is allowed to steep for a period of time, and then the plunger is pushed down to extract the coffee. French press coffee is known for its rich flavour and strong aroma.

Pour- Over

Another popular type of filter coffee is pour-over coffee. This type of coffee is made by pouring hot water over a cone-shaped filter that contains the coffee grounds. The water can then drip through the grounds and into a cup below. Pour-over coffee is known for its smooth flavour and delicate aroma.

Drip Coffee

Drip coffee is a type of filter coffee made by dripping hot water over the coffee grounds. The water then drips through the grounds and into a cup below. Drip coffee is known for its simple flavour and easy-to-make convenience.

Cold Brew

Cold brew coffee is a type of filter coffee made by steeping the grounds in cold water for a period of time. The coffee is then strained, and the resulting liquid is used to make the drink. Cold brew coffee is known for its smooth flavour and low acidity.


Brewing Process

The brewing process for filter coffee is relatively simple. First, the coffee grounds are placed in the filter. Next, hot water is slowly poured over the coffee grounds. The water should be allowed to drip through the coffee grounds for a period of time before being removed. This process can be repeated multiple times to create a stronger cup of coffee. Finally, the coffee is ready to be enjoyed.


Tips and Tricks

Here are a few tips and tricks to help you make the perfect cup of filter coffee:

  • Use fresh, cold water for the best flavour.

  • Always preheat your French press or filter before adding the coffee grounds.

  • Use a coarse grind of coffee for the best results.

  • Allow the water to drip through the coffee slowly for a stronger cup of coffee.

  • Repeat the brewing process if you want a stronger cup of coffee.

  • Cold-brew coffee can be made by steeping the grounds in cold water for a period of time.

  • Filter coffee is less likely to cause stomach upset than other types of coffee.

  • Filter coffee is rich in antioxidants.

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