How to Use a Cafetiere to Brew Great Coffee

Brewing coffee with a cafetiere is a great way to make a delicious cup of coffee. There are a few things you need to know in order to brew the perfect cup of coffee with a cafetiere. In this article, we will go over everything you need to know about brewing coffee with a cafetiere, from the basics of using one, to some tips and tricks for making the best cup of coffee possible.

Start with the Right Coffee

If you want to make a great cup of coffee with a cafetiere, it all starts with the coffee beans. Make sure to use fresh, quality coffee beans that have been roasted within the past few weeks. The grind of the coffee beans is also important. For a cafetiere, you will want to use a coarse grind. This will help ensure that the coffee brews evenly and doesn’t end up being too weak or too strong.

Another thing about choosing the right coffee is to make sure that you are using the right amount. For a standard 8-cup cafetiere, you will want to use about 2 tablespoons of coffee. This may seem like a lot, but remember that the coffee will expand as it brews, so you don’t want to overdo it.

Boil Water and Preheat the Cafetiere

Once you have your coffee beans and grind sorted out, it’s time to start brewing. Begin by boiling some water. Now check out the following instructions on how to make the perfect cup:

Infographic Created By Horsham coffee roaster

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