Our take on five very popular ways to prepare coffee - Green Wheel Coffee Brew Guides

There are many ways you can prepare great tasting Coffee.
Here below are some of the most popular brewing methods brought to you in a simple and intuitive way. 
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CHEMEX
An iconic brewer with a timeless design invented in 1941, this easy to use device is the kind of coffee maker you can take to the table. As its popularity grows, finding it in your local shop is becoming increasingly easier.
The results are a clean cup that maintains body and balanced notes.

CLEVER
Named the Clever, this dripper produces a clean, tasty cup that couldn't be any easier to use. as you will see from the instructions below, to brew a cup, simply place a filter in the brewer, add ground coffee, pour water over the coffee, steep for 2-4 minutes, and then place the dripper on top of your cup.
The results are intense aromas and clean flavours. 

Brew Guide Clever

FRENCH PRESS
You might know it as a cafetiére, plunger or French press.
The french press is a full immersion brewing device with a metal mesh filter. This enables the brewer to deliver a viscous brew with a fuller body and increased texture due to more oils remaining in the final brew and also fewer coffee particles. 

Brew Guide French Press

MOKA
This beautifully designed Moka Pot was invented in 1933 by Luigi di Ponti.
Culturally, the Moka Pot marked a historical shift from espresso as an out-of-the-house-only beverage to one that could be approximated in the home. 
Although its preparation is fairly simple some rules need to be followed as you will see below, in order to achieve the desired intense low quantity coffee.

Brew Guide MOKA

V60
Hario has received hundreds of design awards, yet it’s the V60, launched some years ago, that’s become its most famous invention. The name comes from vector 60, the 60º angle of its cone. The V60 was first introduced in ceramic and glass, then plastic, and finally in metal.

Brew Guide V60

AEROPRESS

 The Aeropress is now a common feature on the speciality coffee scene. It remains a best-seller, and one of the fastest growing products. Its ease of use is capturing the attention of millions as it enables an espresso like finish with very little effort. 

 

 

 

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