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If you're looking for a bit of theatrics when it comes to brewing your coffee, there's no method out there that surpasses syphon brewing. Sometimes also referred to as “vacuum brewing”, syphon has been around since the 1800's. It's just recently started making a comeback, and those who have partaken in a cup produced by this brewing method rave about the quality. If you're curious about all things syphon, read on and let Sippy share all the details.
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If you've got three minutes of time, you can brew some seriously good coffee with a V60. Serious coffee drinkers agree that this brewing method and device really allow you to detect subtle notes in coffee flavor that other types of brewing seem to mask or eliminate entirely. When using a V60, the pour is of utmost importance. It is the key to extracting the most flavor out of your favored beans. If you've never used a V60 before, don't be intimidated.
Ahh, the Chemex. Function. Beauty. And definitely more than a little experience. The Chemex was invented by one Mr. Peter Schlumbohm back in 1941. Up until that point, most households were brewing their coffee using a percolator. But, then came along Schlumbohm and his Chemex which offered a pour-over style of coffee that produced a cleaner taste and milder finish. With its simple and yet visually appealing design, the Chemex would go on to be declared “one of the best-designed products of modern times”.
Whether you've been singing the praises of the AeroPress for a while now, or are totally new to this handy brewing device, Sippy has got some info for you on all things AeroPress. In this series, we'll explain all there is to know about it, including how to use it. Because we care about you, and the quality of your coffee.