read our brew guides to perfect and master your home brewing skills.
Guides to perfect your home brew
Our guides serve as a great place to start your brewing education journey. The coffee you choose, your grind consistency and even your water temperature can dramatically alter the taste of your cup.
Every brew process is different, so you’ll want to think of our parameters more as guidelines than law. Play around with your brew parameters to dial in your coffee just how you like it.
This method brews by percolation, allowing water to pass slowly through the coffee grounds and extracting great flavour along the way. The Hario V60 dripper is easy to use, and uses paper filters to separate any unwanted oils and sediments from your coffee, leaving you with a bright, clean-tasting brew.
FRENCH PRESS GUIDE
The cafetiere has been one of the most widely-used home brewing methods since it was modified and gained traction in the French coffee market in the late twenties. Its popularity is just as unparalleled today, and this is largely due to the simplicity of its classic design and function.
brewing in a CHEMEX gives an astounding difference in body, flavour and aftertaste. Using a pouring kettle and CHEMEX gives you a lot more control over the brewing process, and leaves you with a much cleaner, brighter end product.
Invented in 2005 by Alan Adler, the Aeropress is a brilliant single-cup brewer for anyone who likes a strong cup of coffee. It is a simple, effective design, celebrated for being inexpensive, durable and reliable.