Dripper – perfect coffee every morning
Coffee is an indispensable part of every day for many of us. Some people drink just a single cup in the morning, while others are addicted to it and feel weak and sleepy without a few cups of the stimulating beverage during the day. Whichever group you belong to, it’s worth giving some thought to the ways in which coffee is brewed and perhaps getting a little inspired by them.
Coffee is for many of us an indispensable part of every day. Some people drink just a single cup of coffee in the morning, while others are addicted to it and feel weak and sleepy without a few cups of the stimulating beverage during the day. Regardless of which group we belong to, it is worth thinking a little bit about the ways of brewing coffee and maybe get a little bit inspired by them.
What are drippers?
These are devices known for very many years, although they are not as polarizing as traditional coffee makers. There is also quite a large group of coffee fans who have never heard about this method and it has quite a big group of fans or even followers.
How a dripper works?
Drip is simply a pour-over method of brewing coffee, so to speak coffee dripper is a manual pour-over coffee maker. We can find versions that automatically heat water, but most of the simple models require us to grind the beans ourselves and pour boiled water over them, controlling the whole process manually. It sounds complicated, but in reality it is not difficult and we will not need to have too much knowledge to brew a dream cup of coffee.
Remember the coffee proportions
Baristas always recommend the right amount of coffee for the particular type of machine you will be brewing in. In the case of a dripper, this will be about 20 grams of coffee for a standard capacity of about 300ml. Of course, variations in the coarseness of the coffee grind are recommended, as well as its whipping. The dripper offers the possibility that it is only up to us what we create. Maybe we will discover our dream taste and aroma of a delicious cup of coffee.
Good water is the basis of a tasty coffee
There’s no denying that water is the absolute basis of every great-tasting and aromatic cup of coffee. Dripper is no different. It should be between 90 and 96 degrees Celsius, and if possible contain the right proportion of minerals (experiment with mineral waters) or be water filtered in a special jug.