Types of Brewing Methods


The most common way to produce traditional black coffee, medium grounds are added to a brew basket and run through an automatic machine.

Pour Over

A more refined way to make a stronger brew, boiling water is poured slowly over fine grounds set in a filter basket, which drips into a cup.


Pressurized hot water passes through a filter containing finely ground, dark roasted beans. The force produces an especially concentrated shot.

Cold Brew

Coarsely ground coffee steeps in room temperature water for an extended period of time, resulting in a low-acidity, high-caffeine brew that's excellent enjoyed cold.

You can buy specially designed cold brew coffee makers, or you can use a French press.