how to make coffee the science behind the bean and best equipment to make coffee
-Brews hot coffee at 200 degrees as required by specialty coffee associations (I measured it to be at 183 degrees after brewing in the carafe which I DID NOT preheat which is well with in the ideal serving temperature of 175-190 degrees.
-Thermal carafe keeps coffee hot for about 3 hours and quite warm for about 6 – no scorching from a heating element.
-Can brew a single cup or up to 12 cups in the carafe.
-Adjustable grind size for optimal flavor.
-Adjustable strength settings if you like it weak or wildly strong.
-Large capacity, 1/2 pound bean hopper.
-The grinder is at least 50% more quiet than the previous YouBrew model.
-Easy-to-use USEFUL LCD panel.
-Nice, sleek, modern appearance.
-Simple to clean, remove and wash the brew basket (and included gold tone filter if used). Also, wipe down the bean chute/stopper disc every week or so.
-Beans are ground immediately before brewing resulting in the best possible flavor and aroma.
Breville BDC650BSS Grind Control, Silver, Medium: http://amzn.to/2FcBje5
1. Have the Right Equipment
2. The Right Water
3. Fresh Grounds
4. Magic Ratio
To brew “16 ounces of coffee”, use five tablespoons of coffee and 16 ounces of water.
5. Master the Pour-Over
Total brew time: 3 to 5 minutes