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  1. Pour Over Brewing Methods

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    This is part of our ongoing series on coffee brewing methods. Check out the other posts here!

    You’ve seen it in high end coffee shops – cups of coffee made by the pour over method to get the perfect flavor from the beans. But you can have that same quality of coffee right at home, and it doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg. Let’s look at what it takes to get started for making the perfect cup.

    Single Cup

    There are lots of great options for single cup pour over makers. They start for as little as less than five dollars.

    Multiple Cup

    There are lots of great options for single cup pour over makers. They start for as little as less than five dollars.

    Ratios

    There are lots of great options for single cup pour over makers. They start for as little as less than five dollars.

    Time

    There are lots of great options for single cup pour over makers. They start for as little as less than five dollars.

    Other Helpful Tools

    There are lots of great options for single cup pour over makers. They start for as little as less than five dollars.

  2. Automatic Brewers

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    This is the first in our series of posts on coffee brewing methods. Check back for more, including pour over and press methods soon!

    There is no better way to begin a day than with a fresh brewed cup of coffee. Perhaps the biggest barrier to this perfect start is that, more often than not, we need a cup of coffee before we can think clearly enough to make a cup of coffee. WAIT! Before you go rushing off to your local coffee shop (should you really be driving in that condition?), let’s look at some first-thing-in-the-morning-kind-of-simple automatic coffee brewing methods.

    Automatic Drip Brew Makers

    This is the classic home coffee making method.

    Single-Serve Pod Coffee Makers

    These machines broke onto the market to great acclaim, and it’s easy to see why. Literally, easy.