June 22, 2021

Roasted Coffee Beans and French Press: Making a Perfect Cup of Coffee

If you are a coffee lover, you know how crucial it is to have a perfect cup of coffee every time you want to have some. A good cup or a bad one can make a major impact on your day. Starting the day right and getting that ideal caffeine blend can be an instant mood changer.

Coffee beans that are roasted using the right technique can make a world of difference. While it might sound easy, it actually requires expert blending and roasting techniques to get the optimal flavor.  Investing in the right coffee beans can help you make the cup of coffee exactly how you like it.

Another important tool in the coffee-making process is the French press.

A French press can enhance the taste of roasted coffee beans to give you that perfect cup. Here are the steps to follow to make an ideal cup of coffee.

Things You Will Need

  •         Kettle
  •         Tablespoon or scale
  •         Roasted coffee beans
  •         French press

Directions

Here is how to make a perfect cup of coffee:

1. Measure The Coffee Beans

As mentioned earlier, using the right coffee beans can have a major difference in your coffee. Select your favorite coffee beans to get started. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different flavors. Glasshouse Mountains Coffee has multiple blends and flavors that you can try.

Measure the coffee and add it to the French press. Keep in mind that the coffee and water ratio should be 2 to 6. You can always add in some extra coffee if you prefer it to be strong.

2.  Get the Water Ready

Use the kettle to boil the water. Once the water is boiled, pour it into a cup through a filter. Let it sit for 30 seconds.

3. Pour the Water Steadily

Next, pour the boiled water on the roasted coffee evenly. Be sure to keep your hand steady to ensure all the coffee grounds are soaked.

4. Soak the Coffee Beans

Let the coffee soak in the water for around 30 seconds, and then gently stir. This will ensure that all coffee grounds are immersed in the water.

5. Let it Brew

Cover the lid of the French press and let the coffee brew for two to three minutes.

6. Take the Plunge

While there is no wrong way to push the plunger in, it is best to push through slowly and steadily to filter the coffee to the bottom. Avoid using too much force.

7. Pour in a Cup and Enjoy!

Don’t instantly take a sip of the super-hot coffee. Let it sit for a few seconds. Remember, the coffee notes change as your cup starts to cool.

You can drink as it is or stirs in the milk. If you love to have fancy coffees, use the French press to froth hot milk before adding in the coffee.

It often takes multiple tries to find that right taste and technique. Experiment with different brewing methods, temperatures, and try out different recipes. Your taste buds are your guide in your journey to make the best cup of coffee. 


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