The art of coffee making you should learn
Do you know how to make best Coffee?
What can be more refreshing than a cup of perfectly brewed coffee in the morning? The perfect cup of coffee is that which give you the taste, aroma and flavor that you prefer. You can use any brewing method but use it in a way that it extracts the desired components that make coffee a widely preferred drink. If you are looking at some level of perfection in the drink that you are so fond of, it is imperative that you acquaint yourself with the art of brewing coffee to achieve the desired aroma and taste.
Coffee brewing is an art and a science in its own right. The six basic methods of brewing coffee are basically a mode of arriving at the desired permutation and combination of the variables, such as, temperature, water addition, and the separation of the brewed liquor from the coffee sediments that settle at the bottom.
A lot depends upon the quality of the beans, where they come from, the way they are roasted, and also the type of grinding used. Robusta coffees are considered to be inferior in taste than Arabica. Freshly roasted beans are more likely to give a good aroma and flavor. If you are buying your coffee at a grocery store, it will be a good idea to check the expiry date on the packaging. Using a home roaster can be quite cumbersome; it will suffice to understand that the color of the coffee changes with light to heavy roasting. A light roast brings out lesser flavors and the heaviest roast, in a way, destroys the flavors. The medium roast that gives beans the color of cinnamon is considered to retain the flavor and the aromatic oils of coffee to the greatest degree.
The importance of the grind should not be underestimated. Coffee can be grinded manually, or by blenders, or the more sophisticated burr grinders, to give a coarse, medium or fine coffee powder. Whereas coarse grind is suitable for slow brewing methods, the medium for everyday use for more than one brewing method, the fine grind is recommended only for faster brewing methods, such as espresso and mocha. The blades that you use determine the fineness of the grind.
Whichever brewing technique you use i.e. espresso, French press percolating etc, a standard rule for brewing coffee is that you brew it for 4-5 minutes using 2 tablespoons of coffee per 6 ounces of filtered water. Some minerals can adversely affect coffee flavor: to extract the correct flavor of coffee, it is better to use only filtered or bottled water.
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