The Brushtail Herald — french press
You don’t need to be pretentious or obsessive to understand that different coffee brewing methods can yield highly varied results. It should be common sense that a 35 ml espresso shot, made with 206°F water, evenly pressed through a cake of finely-ground coffee, at 9 Bar of pressure, will taste vastly different from a Ms. Coffee machine, dripping a stream of 12 cups of varied temperature water (180-210°F), right down the middle of a loose pile of drip-grind coffee. What does Brushtail Coffee recommend? Well that very much depends. If you are looking for the simplest way to get fantastic...