The pour over coffee brewing process is divided into key stages that turn ground coffee into the beverage we know and love. Here we’re going to breakdown those key stages and why they matter in the overall brewing process.
Acidity is an aspect of coffee that’s great for some but not for all. If you’ve been accustomed to chain store coffees, chances are acidity will be something of a new experience, and it’s admittedly an acquired taste for many coffee drinkers.
Decaf coffee is one of those things that you don’t actively think about, but when you need it, you’re glad to know it exists. If you're thinking of adding decaf into your daily coffee mix, here's a guide on just some of its health benefits.
Brewing your coffee at home is a journey that all of us here at Plain Sight have gone through, and we can tell you that it’s quite the fun ride. For those of you just getting started, we’re here to share with you some key coffee brewing equipment for beginners.
Arguably the most popular brewer type of choice for specialty coffee enthusiasts, the pour over is famous for creating truly great cups of coffee thanks to the way it extracts flavors, helping to bring out the best qualities of your coffee. Here's a guide on how to make a great cup of coffee at ome with a pour over brewer.
Coffee drippers come in many different styles. We’ve seen the standard cone, basket, foldables (yes this is a thing), and the old school cloth. It poses an interesting question for the first-time home brewer: should I go with the ceramic or a plastic dripper? Here are a few key points worth noting.