How to Make Coffee Using a French Press
The French Press gives the impression of being the ‘fanciest’ method for making coffee. You know your host is a true coffee lover if they whip out the French Press in the morning. Using a French Press takes a bit of patience, and a bit of know-how, but once you’ve perfected your method, it yields a fantastic cup of coffee, with far richer flavor than you would find with a drip coffee brewer.
How to Make Cold Brew Coffee
Summer days beg for a good cup of iced coffee. While it is certainly possible to brew hot coffee, then refrigerate it and pour over ice, making cold brew at home is so simple, you might as well impress your friends (and your taste buds) with a tall glass of cold-brewed Carrabassett Coffee!
How to Brew Coffee Using a Stovetop Percolator
A stovetop percolator can seem intimidating: descriptions of over-extracted or burnt, bitter coffee might lead you to try an “easier” method of coffee brewing but those who know the tricks and secrets to a great cup of percolator coffee swear it’s the best cup of coffee you can make.
How to Brew Coffee Using a Metal (Foil) Filter
Nobody wants to wake up on a Sunday morning to find they can’t make coffee because they forgot to purchase filters! Foil filters are, in the long term, more economical, and better for the environment, as they can be used over and over again.
How to Brew Coffee Using a Keurig Machine and Reusable Pods
Everybody agrees that a Keurig* machine is convenient for brewing a single cup of coffee. It’s quick, and some would say ideal for a business environment. Carrabassett Coffee is not available in pre-made, disposable K Cups, but as long as your coffee is ground correctly (choose foil filter if we are grinding for you), refilling a pod only takes seconds.
How to Brew Coffee Using a Drip Coffee Pot with a Paper Filter
You may be surprised at how many people buy coffee out of the house, at a coffee shop, every morning because they think it’s too hard to make good coffee at home. Believe it or not, getting a good brew out of your drip coffee pot is usually just a matter switching up your method a little bit. If you like your coffee strong and robust, but your drip pot is producing an anemic, sad cup, take a look at a few different factors...
How to Brew Coffee Using the Pour Over Method
Pour Over Coffee is all about enjoying and celebrating the process of making coffee. With only a little practice, you will be able to make a flavorful cup of coffee that comes out just the way you like it.
How to Brew Coffee Using an AeroPress
An AeroPress* is a handy way to brew a single cup of coffee. A portable, space-saver, as long as you have a way to heat up water, you can make a great cup of coffee with an Aeropress
How to Brew Coffee Using a Moka Pot
If you are looking for a strong, flavorful cup of coffee for just a few people, you can’t go wrong with a moka pot.
How to Brew Coffee Using an Espresso Machine
If you own an espresso machine, you can follow these basic steps to create a mouthwatering double-shot of espresso to enjoy in the comfort of your home.