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Brewing Your Coffee


There are many different techniques in brewing a fine cup of coffee. In order to get the best taste, you should brew your coffee based on your needs and individual desires. The quality and flavor of your coffee is not only dependent on the brewing process but also on the type of coffee you choose. In my opinion, a pour over method is the best way to enjoy Blue Mountain Coffee.

Brewing Tips
  • Clean your equipment thoroughly after each use by rinsing it with hot water and towel dry.
  • Purchase freshly roasted coffee if possible as it is imperative to a superb brew. You should buy coffee that was roasted 1-3 days before purchase (ideally you should buy every 1-2 weeks).
    • The Grind: If you use whole beans, always grind them as close to brew time as possible. For the best taste, do not grind the beans too fine or too coarse.
  • Never reuse your coffee grounds.
  • Use filtered, spring, or bottled water for the best taste.
  • Use two level table spoons of ground coffee for every six ounces of water. Add more or less coffee to suit your individual taste and preferences.
  • The drip method is the most popular method. The contact between the water and coffee should be no more than 5 minutes.
  • You should maintain water temperature between 200°F (93°C) - 250°F (121°C) for optimal flavor.
  • Enjoy your coffee immediately after brewing.
  • Hopefully your enjoying a cup of Blue Mountain Coffee

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