Filter coffee

Filter coffee, noun: Method of preparation. As the name indicates coffee grounds are placed in a filter before being brewed with water. For a long time, it was considered old-fashioned and was frowned upon, however, today it is experiencing a revival in Brew Bars with new (and old) filter methods such as: AeroPress, cold drip, single cup filtered coffee and coffee machines. It is finer and more nuanced than espresso but also more dependent on the water quality. Important: First, rinse the paper filter with hot water so that it looses its papery taste. Take 60 g of freshly (if possible) ground beans per liter and poor hot water at 197-201°F out of a thin-necked pitcher using a circular motion for (and this is no joke!) two minutes and 30 seconds. For true connoisseurs.