How to make quality coffee at home

Have you ever wondered how the restaurant gets to coffee so well?

First, restaurants are in business to pamper you, so they devote much more time to perfection of good coffee. Sometimes I will remember the restaurant just because of my excellent coffee. So what are their secrets and how can you duplicate this recipe at home? You might be surprised that the French beer printing method may be a secret when it comes to this taste in the restaurant

Most great restaurants use a press container, also known as a French printer producing an extremely rich cup of coffee.

The coffee pot is immersed in coffee for 3-4 minutes between 195 and 205 degrees F. It produces a stronger and much richer flavor than can produce an automatic dripping machine

The disadvantage of French printing can leave a trace of coffee sediment. But a rich flavor rather than make up a small amount of sediment at the bottom of your cup.

So first start quality mid-cold coffee, which is what most restaurants use. I can give you some good recommendations.

Seattle's Best Breakfast Blend, Starbucks Breakfast Blend, or Starbucks Sulawesi Coffee are 3 great choices. They are full of coffee, yet very smooth tasting. They are some of our top sellers at PerfectCoffees.com and are well suited for French brewing.

You want coffee a little lighter than coffee. Too fine sanding causes a hot cup of coffee. If your grinding is too rough, the coffee will have a weak taste. A quality grinder is the best thing you can do to improve the taste of French coffee.

Remove the plunger from the pressing pot and place 1 rounded spoonful of coarse ground coffee every 6 oz. water into a pot.

Coffee is 99% water, so use pure filtered or bottled water without chlorine and other minerals that affect the taste of coffee. five minutes before you drop it. It will give you 195 to 205 degrees of water that is ideal for cooking. Now pour 195-250 ° C water over the flour coffee

Mix the coffee to achieve full saturation of the soil, then place the plunger on the pot and leave the coffee steep for 3 to 4 minutes. push the plunger slowly onto the bottom of the pot.

Apply whole coffee in a pot after 3 to 4 minutes of immersion. Otherwise, coffee will become stronger.

If you have a left, you can always convert it to a clean, preheated air pot or stainless steel thermos. This keeps the coffee hot for about an hour without hurting it.

The French method of the brewery definitely takes more time, but it gives us the result we are looking for. Café with a quality restaurant in the comfort of your home.

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Source by Gary Gresham