Geisha Coffee Roaster
  Home » Catalog » Drip Brew Coffee My Account  |  Shipping Costs  |  Cart Contents  |  Checkout   
Our Coffees
Decaf
Espresso
Flavored
Geisha - Gesha
Organic
Origins
Past Offerings
Premium Estates
Samplers
Seasonal
Special Blends
Quick Find
 
Use keywords to find the Coffee you are looking for.
Advanced Search
Information
About Us
Shipping & Returns
FAQ
Privacy Notice
Conditions of Use
Contact Us
Order Tracking
Price List
Catalog RSS
Site Map
Testimonials more
Thank you so much, that's what I call a great service! :-D God Bless you!...
Read more...

Sabrina; Charlotte, NC
Drip Brew Coffee

How to prepare a cup of coffee:
1 tbls of ground medium coffee
6 oz of water
drip coffee maker

*note: The optimal grind is medium; however, any grind would work (the finer the grind the more sediment would sip throw).

Drip Brewing Coffee:
Drip brew is a method for brewing coffee which involves pouring water over coffee contained in a filter. Water seeps through the coffee, absorbing its oils and essences, solely under gravity then passes through the bottom of the filter. The used coffee grounds are retained in the filter with the liquid falling (dripping) into a collecting vessel such as a carafe or pot.

Paper filters are commonly used for drip brew all over the world. One benefit of paper filters is that the used grounds and the filter may be disposed of together, without a need to clean the filter. However, metal filters are also common, especially in India. These are made of thin perforated metal sheets that restrain the grounds but allow the coffee to pass, thus eliminating the need to have to purchase separate filters which sometimes cannot be found in some parts of the world.

Drip brewing is the most popular method of coffee brewing, owing to the overwhelming popularity of the automatic drip brewing coffee machine. There are, however, several manual drip-brewing devices on the market, offering a little more control over brewing parameters than automatic machines. There also exist small, portable, single serving drip brew makers that only hold the paper filter and rest on top of a cup. Hot water is poured in and drips directly into the cup.

Brewing with a paper filter produces clear, light-bodied coffee, which is free of sediments, but lacking in some of coffee's oils and essences, which are trapped in the paper filter.

A less familiar form of drip brewing is the reversible or "flip" pot commonly known as the Napoletana.

Continue
Shopping Cart more
0 items
Bestsellers
01.KOTOWA ESTATE COFFEE (PANAMA)
02.SANTO DOMINGO COFFEE (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC)
03.SNICKERDOODLE Coffee
04.CAROLINA (DUNCAN) ESTATE ORGANIC COFFEE (PANAMA)
05.HIGHLANDER GROG (GROGG) Flavored Coffee
Reviews more
EMERALD CREAM Flavored Coffee
There is MUCH LOVE in this household for the Emeral Cream co ..
5 of 5 Stars!
Security Notice
Security Notice

| About Us | Contact Us | Price List | Site Map | Shipping & Returns | FAQ | Catalog RSS | Testimonials | Reviews | Fundraiser |

Copyright © 2014 Geisha Coffee Roaster
Powered by osCommerce

Geisha Coffee Roaster