• Pour Over

  • Aeropress

  • French Press

  • Coffee Machine


Brewing Methods

Coffee has distinctive flavors, notes and body — each highlighted by different brewing methods. Below are just a few you can try that help you get the best out of your next cup.

Coffee Machine

There are plenty of options for machines to make espresso or traditional coffee. When using a machine, be sure to experiment with the amount of coffee you use until you are satisfied with the taste.

​Difficulty: Easy to Medium Amount: 1 to 16 cups
Quality: Medium to High
Time: 5 to 10 min.

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French Press

Produces a rich, full bodied taste. Imagine, having coffee in Paris or Vienna.

Difficulty: Easy
Amount: 1 to 6 cups
Quality: High
Time: 4 to 10 min.

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The most creative and flexible way to make a cup of coffee. Similar to a French Press, but easier to clean with more options.

Difficulty: Intermediate
Amount: 1 to 4 cups
Quality: High
Time: 2 to 4 min.

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Pour Over

For a clean, lean cup of coffee. The preferred method of many high quality coffee shops.

Difficulty: Intermediate
Amount: 1 to 4 cups
Quality: High
Time: 2 to 4 min.

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Don’t forget your coffee grinder! Experts will inform you that coffee begins to lose its freshness minutes to hours after it is ground. Therefore, it is always best to grind your coffee beans just before making your coffee. One of our favorites is the Timemore C2 Portable Manual Coffee Grinder that grinds one cup at a time. If you prefer an electric grinder, we recommend the KitchenAid Burr Grinder. You can find them both on Amazon.

Also, we highly recommend using a coffee scale as well as a hot water kettle with temperature control.

Whether you choose to make your coffee by the cup or by the pot, we’re hoping it’s love at first taste with Brazilian Gold Coffee!

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