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Pour Over Brewing Method for Home Baristas

Nicaragua coffee pour over brewing method

Brewing specialty coffee at home is very easy. Check out this video showing how to make a pour over coffee at home and then code with coffee happy!. Grab any coffee from and practice your home barista skills. Written instructions for pour over brewing method below the video.

First, you’ll need some freshly ground coffee beans, a filter, a Pour Over brewer, and a kettle with hot water. I like to start by heating up my kettle, so the water is at the right temperature when I need it.

Next, I place my filter in the Pour Over brewer and add my coffee grounds. The amount of coffee will depend on how strong you like your coffee, but I usually use around 20 grams for a 12-ounce cup.

Once everything is set up, it’s time to start brewing. I start by pouring a small amount of hot water over the coffee grounds, just enough to wet them. This helps to release the flavors and aromas of the coffee.

Then, I slowly pour the rest of the hot water over the coffee, in a circular motion. I try to pour evenly, so all the grounds are fully saturated. The key here is to pour slowly, taking your time to make sure you’re getting the most out of your coffee.

Once all the water has dripped through the filter and into your cup, it’s time to enjoy your Pour Over coffee. I love this method because it creates a clean, smooth cup of coffee with a bright, complex flavor profile. And because you’re only brewing one cup at a time, you can experiment with different coffee beans and roasts to find your perfect cup.

Contact me if you have any questions about the pour over brewing method. Thanks!

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