Coffee preparation is the process of turning coffee beans into a beverage. While the particular steps needed vary with the type of coffee desired and with the raw material being utilized, the process is composed of three basic steps; the roasted coffee beans must be ground, the ground coffee must then be mixed with hot water for a certain time (brewed), and finally the liquid coffee must be separated from the now used and unwanted grounds.
Coffee should be brewed immediately before drinking.
PREPARATION FOR BREWING AEROPRESS COFFEE
Ozone Coffee Roasters is proud to introduce the AeroPress Coffee Maker to our range of coffee brewing equipment. The AeroPress is a slow brew method that, since its release, has impressed coffee professionals and home coffee enthusiasts throughout the world.
The AeroPress combines several brew methods, and is incredibly easy and fast to brew a distinct and flavourful cup of coffee. Like any brew method, the AeroPress allows for experimentation to suit your taste preferences. Let taste be your guide.
The Chemex Coffee making system was developed by chemist Peter J Schlumbohm in 1941. His intention was to achieve a perfectly brewed cup of coffee every time. The Chemex method involves the extraction of only the desirable parts of the coffee bean leaving the coffee fats and bitter elements in the coffee grounds, and not the cup. When prepared correctly, the Chemex produces a smooth flavourful coffee, with great clarity and never bitter.
PREPARATION FOR HARIO POUR OVER AT HOME - Single cup
HARIO pour over is an efficient and convenient way to enjoy freshly brewed pour over coffee. This method is designed as either a one or two cup brew. HARIO drip filter produces an excellent clean cup of coffee with plenty of body & flavour clarity. Superb method for Single Origin coffees.
You will need:
HARIO V60 filter holder
OZONE coffee beans weighed & freshly ground for filter - 18g for V60 01 cup and 27g for V60 02 cup
Don’t write off the humble plunger. Plunger or French Press, is an easy way to brew consistently great coffee at home. Coffee brewed correctly in a Plunger is rich, full bodied and tasty. Plunger coffee can get a bad rap but it is usually down to some simple mistakes – dirty plungers, incorrect brew times (too short or too long) and brewing with water that is too hot.
The SWISS GOLD method of brewing coffee is a different take on traditional pour over methods , where a gold plated filter replaces the usual paper filters.
It brews a cup profile with more body than pour over but with the same flavour clarity.
You will need:
SWISS GOLD one cup filter
Serving cup/mug and a waste cup
OZONE coffee beans weighed & freshly ground (for plunger). We recommend trying a single origin coffee through your SWISS GOLD.