A flat and level bed at the end of a pour over brew is a good indication of an even extraction. Here are a few tips to achieve this. ▫️Use a gooseneck kettle for slow and controlled pours.
▫️Pour in a spiral motion that increases and decreases in size.
▫️Pour at the outskirts of the filter to lower grinds that have crept up.
▫️After the bloom, pour in stages to prevent the water from rising too high.
▫️At the end of the pour, lift and drop the pourover device onto the cup. Alternatively, google "Rao Spin" and try it out.
Striving for a level bed has for sure improved my #V60 and #kalitawave brews. Give it a try the next time you do a pour over!
Sometimes you just need cake. Or two. Or three. Or 400 million. @lanka_uk makes some beautiful cakes, even the matcha ones at Monocle in Marylebone (I think). You get the full range at their cafe up in North London #londoncafeguide
In Search of the Supreme Bean: @mammothespresso New Orleans. One of my hometown favorites. Outstanding coffee/espresso, cool design, great vibe. 📸 @melaniebuffett
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One of my absolute favourite places for good coffee is @populus_coffee at the Maybachufer in Berlin. The nicest people work here, there is excellent home-roasted coffee and the atmosphere is always very relaxed. Whenever I'm in town, I like to drop by here ☕️❤️ #boschcoffee
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When you need strong coffee.. they call it the Stagg Triple Kalita Wave Brew! .
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