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When brewing coffee at home in your french press using the right coffee is really important - many people have told us that they don't like plunger coffee but we think that is because they were using supermarket coffee.
We recommend Bodum because their filter screen is the most resilient.
We also recommend Barrington Blend
Our showroom full of home coffee makers is located in Maitland - conveniently located for residents of Port Stephens and Newcastle
What's with this cold brew?
Basically you brew your coffee in cold water. Something everyone should add to their arsenal of home coffee makers!
The real trick is how long you brew and which coffee you choose - much like French Press (Plunger).
Our BodyBrew is the easiest way to brew and store your Cold Brew when brewing coffee at home.
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-Fill base with water to a centimetre below the
-Fill basket with coffee tapping it gently to create resistance.
-Make sure the coffee is firm.
-Put unit back together.
-Place on moderate heat (Gas or Electric is fine)
-Keep your eye on the brew and switch off the heat before it gurgles
Enjoy brewing coffee at home with one of the most traditional home coffee makers
The Aeropress - Whether you are brewing coffee at home or on the road why not use one of the most popular home coffee makers.
Easy and definitely functional.
Use for hot brew, cold brew, stick on a Fellow and get yourself an espresso.
Use an Able Stainless Filter for a bolder brew.
The list goes on.
We recommend the Rhino Grinder for Aeropress.
Ideally you want to use fresh beans BUT beans only stay fresh for a relatively short time so if you are brewing coffee at home and you're in a position where you are buying coffee once a fortnight for example then it is better to freeze some so the ageing process is stalled.
Freshness and stability are very important for home coffee makers particularly for Espresso Machines!
Frequently Asked Coffee Questions
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Our How To series will include methods for stove-top coffee, Bodum French Press and even the humble coffee percolator