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Introducing: How To Filter

How To Filter

This is exciting for me because this category is actually what inspired me to create

I really enjoy making filter coffee, but haven’t had a chance to do as much as I’d like simply because how how massive the demand for espresso based coffee is, and that’s what I spend most of my time doing.

For me this is an excuse to play around with some more methods of filter coffee and share some recipes with you guys when I discover how to get a great tasting cup of coffee!!

Filter coffee is something a lot of baristas enjoy making (and tasting!!), and something I think a lot of people at home could enjoy a lot more if they were introduced to some more methods – and taught How To use them to get the best cup possible.

Filter methods are great for home use because they are quick, easy to use, easy to clean, and taste great. They’re especially good when you’re only making one, or a few cups at a time. Personally I prefer my filter just black (no milk) but there are some methods that you can add milk to, so it’s great for all you folks at home who don’t want to always go out to get a good cup of coffee whether you drink white or black. (They can also save you a bit of money in the long run too)

Alright that’s it for now, I hope to have the first How To in a few days time. If anyone wants to learn a particular filter method or are interesting in anything to do with filter coffee, comment down below and I’ll see if I can help!

— Dan

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