Brew Your Own Coffee: Pourover

Grind coffee beans
You should buy coffeebeans to get the most out from the coffeebeans. Coffee powder will not be as great.


I use grinder to grind the coffee beans when I make coffee. I grind it to be like that size of powdered Boncafe coffee or powdered starbuck coffee, but modified 1 or 2 step finer in my grinder. The grounds should be like sand.
It is also stated the finer you grind, the more surface area of the grounds you exposed, hence, faster extraction.  Therefore, the coarser the coffee beans, the lesser the beans is extracted. The finer the coffeebeans, the more the beans is extracted.


If your coffee tastes overly bitter, you may be grinding too fine. If your coffee tastes watery and acidic, you may be grinding too coarsely.

Extracted from https://www.homegrounds.co/coffee-grind-chart/

I use medium grind, hence, I am correct.

Extracted from https://www.google.com/amp/s/coffeehow.co/coffee-grind-chart/amp/

Bloom the coffee
The coffee beans need to be bloomed and let the grounds release CO2. Allowing coffee to bloom will enhance the favour, making it cleaner and more flavourful.

Reference:
https://perkcoffee.co/sg/back-to-basics-the-abcs-of-coffee-bloom/?gclid=CjwKCAiA1aiMBhAUEiwACw25MSQFd3y_p9FWm7R9vsgWY7ojQr5znoCs4-P8lG-vOjBwTAaOsssLuhoCncwQAvD_BwE

Temperature of Water

The hotter the water, the faster it extract compound such as oils, acid and caffeine. Higher temperature tougher to control the rate of 3xtraction, hence, can lead to over extraction.

Reference:
https://www.coffeebean.com/blog/our-coffee/water-and-coffee-understanding-how-temperature-affects-your-cup

Brew Time
The amount of time water is in contact with coffee grounds is important.
Over extraction – Brew time is too longUnder extraction – Brew time is too short.


Reference: https://www.ncausa.org/About-Coffee/How-to-Brew-Coffee

Ingredients

4 tablespoon coffee beans

300 ml hot water

  1. Grind the coffee beans

If use paper filter, rinse paper filter. Put paper filter in dripper. Put dripper on top of cup. Add ground coffee to filter. Make sure coffee cup is level.

Heat some water, wait 45 seconds. Pour some water, start from outer rim and moving in a spiral toward the center. Bloom the coffee. Wait 30 to 45 seconds.

Slowly Pour remaining water from center in a spiral toward the outer rim, then toward the center. Total Brew Time should be 3 to 4 minutes.

Wait

Modified From

https://bluebottlecoffee.com/brew-guides/pour-over

https://counterculturecoffee.com/learn/brewing-guides/pour-over

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