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To many, the idea of brewing a cup of coffee at home seems quite a feat. How do you know which coffee beans to choose? How long do you brew them for? And, more importantly, how do you know which coffee machine to purchase in order to make this homemade beverage a reality? All of these questions make it seem simpler to plunk down three or four dollars each morning at the coffee stand. But the process of creating the perfect cup no longer needs to be a daunting task!

Within this book, the tips and tricks from professional coffee brewers and coffee house owners are revealed, covering the aspects of this art that every beginning brewer needs to know:

  • Whether to choose pre-ground beans or whole
  • Which coffee bean suits your taste buds?
  • The differences between beans
  • How to grind your own coffee beans
  • Proportions
  • Brew times and temperatures
  • Choosing the coffee maker that is right for you
  • How to clean your machine so your coffee continues to taste just the way you like it

©2015 F&S Publishing (P)2015 F&S Publishing

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  • A. Haase
  • Denver, CO United States
  • 12-12-15

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It is missing cold brew techniques and is a little too reliant on "buy an expensive variety " to stand in for quality, and using actual price ranges that will be less reliable over time.