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What is a Chemex Pour Over Glass Coffeemaker?

By :Jonna Coja 0 comments
What is a Chemex Pour Over Glass Coffeemaker?

In every household of a coffee lover, there will definitely be a coffee maker in the kitchen or pantry. Some even have their own coffee grinder; but in the past years, coffee grinders have become quite expensive. 

Coffee brewing has been evolving year by year. There are a lot of new coffee equipment in the market that coffee lovers will surely enjoy because most of them are very convenient and space-efficient.  Coffee press machines are also available where you put in your ground coffee inside, pour hot water, then just gently press down the equipment to let out the flavor and aroma from the grounds. 

One of the most known coffee equipment today is the Chemex Pour Over Glass Coffeemaker. Its shape is a borosilicate glass brew cone and has a detailed wooden or plastic collar for easy handle. There are many cup sizes available in the market depending on the person’s preference.

What type of coffee is recommended when using the Chemex Pour Over Glass Coffeemaker?

Ground coffee is what is normally used in the pour over glass coffeemaker. The recommended type of ground coffee is medium to medium-course grind.

How to use the Chemex Pour Over Glass Coffeemaker?

Using this type of coffee equipment is very easy, but it has to be done manually, unlike the coffee machines wherein we just put in the ground coffee and hot water then wait for about 15-20 minutes for the coffee to finish. With Chemex, patience is needed since it will be taking some time to brew a cup of coffee.

The first thing you need to do is insert 3 filter papers. Rinse off the filters them remove the water inside. Some pour over coffeemakers already come with stainless-steel filters. Make sure to wash off the stainless-steel filter first before putting the ground coffee.

Add ground coffee depending on your quantity and spread it evenly on the filter. Slowly pour hot water all around the filter and make sure every side is covered. Stop every 30 seconds before pouring hot water again so the coffee grounds can absorb the water and flow out its flavor from the pot. Keep pouring water until you reach your target brew ratio.

Allow the water to finish flowing through the coffee grounds before removing the filters. 

When using this type of coffee equipment, the coffee has a full flavor since it has been brewed manually and evenly. The slow flow rate and close contact lets off a pure extraction from the coffee grounds giving the coffee a strong aroma and flavor.

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