Brewed coffee in a traditional drip coffee maker is made by having the water seep through the ground coffee, absorbing its constituent chemical compounds, and then passes through a filter. The used coffee grounds are retained in the filter, while the brewed coffee is collected in a vessel such as a carafe or pot.
When brewing 1888 Coffee’s Signature Estate Blend it is best brewed using a traditional drip coffee maker. An automatic drip coffee maker is a classic choice because it can brew strong coffee in great quantities.
Coffeemakers or coffee machines are cooking appliances used to brew coffee. While there are many different types of coffeemakers, using a number of different brewing principles, in the most common devices, coffee grounds are placed into a paper or metal filter inside a funnel. It is then set over a glass or ceramic coffee pot. Cold water is poured into a separate chamber, which is then boiled and directed into the funnel. This is also called automatic drip-brew. Depending on the type of water you use (filtered or non-filtered) this will also have a varied
result in the flavoring of the coffee. It is best to use filtered water when brewing 1888 Coffee.
Some things to consider when selecting a coffeemaker or coffee machine:
How hot is the water temperature during the brew cycle?
How long is the brewing time?
How hot is the temperature of the coffee at the end of brewing?
How long is the keep warm cycle?
What is the brewer’s ease of use and how easy it is to read and use the controls?
Is it easy to access the water tank and brew basket?
Are the markings easy to read on the tank and carafe?
Does it have an automatic keep warm cycle?
Does it have a shut off cycle?
Is it easy to clean the carafe?