This handmade version of a drip coffee brewer is our house coffee brewing method. A cone-shaped paper filter is placed in a spiraled ceramic bowl with a hole in the bottom, and it soaks in the acidity of the beans. Your barista mobilizes the grinds by drizzling hot water from a gooseneck kettle to receive the maximum amount of extraction. For those who enjoy a light, yet full-flavored cup of coffee.
Acting as a combination between a Pour Over and a French Press, this brew method is a full-immersion dripper that strains the coffee through a paper filter to produce clean cup of coffee.
This fascinating process uses a syringe-like apparatus to combine full immersion of grounds in water with pressure; this produces a richly flavored cup of coffee.
Coarsely chopped beans are fully immersed in hot water. "Raw" brewing technique. For those partial to a stronger flavor and unafraid of the coffee bean's natural acidity