How to Make Coffee at Home Like a Professional
If you can’t find a local coffee roaster in your area, you can still make high-quality coffee at home by purchasing whole bean coffee and grinding the coffee beans yourself. There are 4 tips for you to get a perfect coffee on your own.
1.Buy whole bean coffee
Why whole bean coffee? Compared to ground coffee, whole bean coffee is fresher and more flavorful. " If you want a good cup of coffee, you need good coffee beans." That’s why Jazmin and Christian buy all of the coffee and espresso beans used at Brew from a Chicago-based, small-batch artisan coffee roaster.
2.Grind only what you need
You have to keep your at home coffee as fresh as possible, so don’t grind all of your coffee at once, only grinding the amount of coffee beans you plan to use.
3. Store coffee in a ceramic canister
Coffee should be stored in a canister that shields sunlight, and don’t open too much times, If there’s a chance that it will absorb moisture, which can affect its taste.
aukeyhome barista pour over kettle is a good (and pretty!) choice for brewing pour over coffee at home. A gooseneck kettle lets you control where your hot water falls on your ground coffee, allowing you to more easily achieve a balanced saturation (better extraction).