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Espresso & Turkish Coffee
Espresso is a strong and rich coffee made by forcing hot water through finely ground coffee beans using an espresso machine. It has a concentrated flavor and is the basis of many coffee drinks. It's important to use high-quality coffee beans, grind them just before brewing, and control the water temperature, pressure, and extraction time. Espresso is a true symbol of the art of coffee making.
Turkish coffee is finely ground and boiled in a cezve, a small copper or brass pot. The resulting beverage is strong and thick, with a layer of foam on top. The coffee is typically served unfiltered, meaning the grounds remain in the cup, and often accompanied by a sweet treat.
The pour over method is a simple way to make coffee by pouring hot water over ground coffee beans in a filter. This technique produces a smooth and flavorful cup of coffee with distinct taste notes. To make a great pour over coffee, use high-quality beans and a consistent grind size. The process involves timed pours, precise water-to-coffee ratio, and a gooseneck kettle can help control water flow. Pour over is loved by coffee enthusiasts for its meticulous approach and delicious taste.
Drip & French Press
The standard drip coffee method is a popular and easy way to make coffee using an automatic drip coffee machine. You pour water into the machine, which heats and drips it over ground coffee into a carafe. For great tasting coffee, use high-quality beans, grind them just before brewing, and control the water-to-coffee ratio. Some machines also have features that can enhance the coffee's flavor and aroma. The standard drip coffee method is widely used and a great way to enjoy a satisfying cup of coffee.