Coffee is Personal. Make it the Way you Like it Best!
However, learning some fundamentals of coffee brewing will help you get the perfect taste, texture and aroma every single time. The key to getting the perfectly brewed coffee is to practice and experiment with different preparation methods, different roasts and different techniques.
Brewing Coffee – What It Does to Your Coffee?
Hot water washes the soluble solid into the brew and out of the coffee grinds. It acts as a solvent for your coffee beans. The brew methods that make use of paper filters, leave only soluble solids in your cup of coffee. On the other hand, insoluble solids enter the brew in some brewing methods. Have you ever experienced your Turkish, espresso or French Press coffee tasting gritty at the end? You might have also seen some residue particles lying at the bottom of your cup. While these particles do add some body to the cup, they may also add a bitter taste to your coffee.
Factors Affecting Your Brew Quality
Here are the top factors that affects the taste and texture of your coffee as your brew it.