From Coffee Roast To Right Brewing Equipment, Here’s To Know

Your morning mug of espresso will taste just as the coffee beans are roasted. The bean's flavours and smells are enhanced by this process. Light, medium, and dark roasting profiles make up the majority of roasting profiles. For the best cup, it's necessary to select the right roasting profile. For instance, a medium roast works well for espresso, while a medium dark roast has a lovely harmony of brightness and scent with a full-bodied flavour. This handy guide will teach you about three fundamental roasts and how to match them with the appropriate brewing technique. 

Light Roast: The colour of light-roasted beans is a gentle brown. They don't have any oily residue and seem dry and a little dull.  

Taste: Less Bitter  

Equipment: Chemex, V60, Cold Brew 

Brewing Method: For milder roasts, V60 is a beautiful Japanese-style brewing apparatus. For those looking to improve their brewing abilities, it is helpful. The answer in this situation is to use a steady, precise pouring technique. A 300ml cup of coffee takes roughly 3–4 minutes to brew. 

After rinsing it with boiling water, fold the paper filter into a V60 funnel. The rinsed water should be discarded. 

Add 16 to 21 grams of coffee powder that has been coarsely ground to the brewer. 

Take a gooseneck kettle filled with boiling water (91–94 degrees Celsius). 350 cc of water should be poured gently while making little circles. To ensure a uniform extraction, add water every 10 to 15 seconds. Just enough water should be used to dampen the coffee powder's surface. Give it fifteen seconds to bloom. 

Your mild, fruity coffee will be ready in 3 to 4 minutes and have a strong aftertaste. 

 ASIN ID - B000N4W2SG  Medium Roast: A suitable middle ground between light and dark roasts is the medium roast. They have a great brown hue and appear slightly darker than light roasts. Although they are not nearly as large as dark roasts, they are typically larger than light roast beans. 

Taste: Less Bitter 

Equipment: French Press, Aero Press, Drip coffee, Espresso 

Brewing method: The French Press is extremely dependable and simple to use. Since its creation in 1929, its timeless and expertly built design has not changed, making it ideal for brewing several cups of robust coffee in under four minutes. To make outstanding coffee, learn how to use a French press. 

A glass beaker and a lid with a press are the two components of a French press. 

Rinse your empty French press with extremely hot water to preheat it. 

Put 60 grams of coffee powder that has been roughly ground in the glass beaker. 

Take the glass beaker and fill it halfway with hot water. Use a wooden spoon to stir to break up the crust. 

Now, add water until it is completely full. Without pressing down, cover the pot and let the coffee brew. 

After 4 minutes of brewing, you can press. Slowly and firmly lower the press. It's time to give you coffee. 

 ASIN ID - B096BG5542   
Dark Roast: Dark roast coffees don't have a lot of acid. They don't taste fruity and don't cause you to pucker up like you've just eaten a piece of lemon. They almost resemble chocolate in smoothness. 

Taste: An elegant, robust cup compatible with sugar and cream 

Equipment: Drip, Moka Pot, Espresso 

Brewing method: You can make a potent, robust brew that is similar to espresso with a moka pot. It is an Italian technique for brewing coffee. The Moka pot is a three-part stovetop brewing machine that requires assembly. Water is kept in the bottom chamber, ground coffee is kept in a basket in the middle chamber, and brewed coffee is kept in the top chamber. 

The powdered coffee powder's texture should be fine (equivalent to espresso), though a touch rougher would do. 

Only fill the coffee filter basket halfway. Not too firmly press the coffee powder. 

Fill the bottom chamber below the safety valve with hot water. Fill the bottom chamber with the filter basket. 

Ensure that the top and bottom are tightly secured. Place the brewer over a medium heat in the stove. 

You will hear a puffing sound and the coffee will start to boil over. As the top chamber fills, you can see the wonderful, rich brown coffee seeping out. When the Moka Pot begins to babble loudly, it is time to turn off the heat. Take the entire pot and, with the use of a towel, put the bottom chamber under cold running water to prevent over-extraction.