Different coffee brew methods

Different coffee brew methods

We all know that coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world, with millions of people relying on it to start their day to kill that morning zombie or as an afternoon pick-me-up so you can smash through the rest of the day.

But we all like our coffee slightly different to the next person and not just the style long black, latte, cappuccino but how you actually brew the coffee too. There are many ways to brew coffee, each with its own unique flavour and style. Here are six of the most popular methods:

  1. AeroPress: The AeroPress is a newer method for making coffee, but has quickly become popular for its versatility and the unique flavour it produces. It uses a combination of air pressure and immersion to extract coffee from ground beans. It’s super easy to use and really portable too. AeroPress coffee is known for its balanced and nuanced flavour, and is a favourite among coffee aficionados.
  2. French Press: The French press, also known as a plunger, is a popular          coffee brewing method that involves steeping coffee grounds in hot water     and then pressing a plunger with a fine mesh filter to separate the grounds   from the liquid. French press coffee has a rich, bold flavour and a                   distinctive, full-bodied texture.
  3.  Espresso: Espresso is a concentrated coffee beverage made by forcing hot water through finely ground coffee beans. This is what you get at your local cafe or at home on your espresso machine. Espresso is known for its strong, bold flavour and is the base for many other coffee drinks, such as cappuccinos, lattes and so on.
  4.  Moka Pot: The Moka pot, also known as a stovetop espresso maker, is a traditional Italian coffee brewing method that uses steam pressure to extract coffee from ground beans. Moka pot coffee has a rich, full-bodied flavour that is similar to espresso but slightly milder.
  5.  Pour Over: Pour over coffee is a manual brewing method that involves pouring hot water over ground coffee in a circular motion. The coffee then drips through a filter into a carafe. Pour over coffee is known for its clean, balanced flavor and the ability to highlight the unique characteristics of different coffee beans.
  6.  Cold Brew: Cold brew is a unique method for making coffee that involves steeping ground coffee in cold water for an extended period of time. The result is a smooth and less acidic cup of coffee, with a slightly sweeter taste. Cold brew is often enjoyed as an iced coffee during warm weather, and is a favorite among coffee drinkers who want to enjoy the flavour of coffee without the bitterness.


Which is the strongest? Or has the most caffeine? Well that really depends how much of it you drink. Studies have shown that espresso has the most caffeine per millilitre, but we quite often have a bigger cup when you grew the other methods.


In conclusion, coffee brewing methods vary greatly, each with their own unique flavour, texture, and style. Whether you prefer the versatility of the AeroPress, the bold flavour of espresso, or the gentle balance of pour over coffee, there is a method out there that is perfect for you. Experiment with different brewing methods to find your favourite. 

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