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Drip Coffee How-To

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depends on portion size Saltwinds Ocean Fresh Coffee grounds
depends on portion size Water

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Drip Coffee How-To

There's something comforting and ritualistic about brewing your morning cup of joe. While there are various methods to make coffee, using a drip coffee machine is one of the most straightforward and convenient ways. Whether you're a coffee connoisseur or just looking for a quick caffeine fix, a drip coffee machine can deliver a consistently satisfying cup of coffee. In this guide, we'll walk you through the process of using a drip coffee machine to brew your ideal cup.

  • 5 mins
  • Medium

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There’s something comforting and ritualistic about brewing your morning cup of joe. While there are various methods to make coffee, using a drip coffee machine is one of the most straightforward and convenient ways. Whether you’re a coffee connoisseur or just looking for a quick caffeine fix, a drip coffee machine can deliver a consistently satisfying cup of coffee. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the process of using a drip coffee machine to brew your ideal cup.

Before you start, make sure you have everything you need on hand:

  • Drip Coffee Machine: Make sure it’s clean and ready for use.
  • Fresh Coffee Beans or grounds
  • Filter: Check if your machine uses paper or metal filters, and have them ready.
  • Water: Fresh and cold water is essential.

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  • Measuring Scoop: For precise coffee-to-water ratio.
  • Mug: To catch the brewed coffee.
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Steps

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Measure/Grind the Coffee

The golden ratio for coffee brewing is generally considered to be 1 to 2 tablespoons of coffee grounds for every 6 ounces of water. Adjust this ratio based on your taste preferences. Use a measuring scoop to add the appropriate amount of coffee to the filter. If you're using pre-ground coffee, skip the grinding step. However, if you're using whole beans, grind them to a medium-coarse consistency for drip brewing.

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Prep the Machine

Place the filter in the designated filter basket of the coffee machine. Make sure it's centred to prevent water from bypassing the coffee grounds. Position the carafe or mug under the drip spout to catch the brewed coffee. Now, your setup is almost complete.

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Add Water

Open the lid of your coffee machine's water reservoir and pour in the desired amount of cold, fresh water. Some machines have water level indicators, which can help you measure the water accurately. Be cautious not to overfill the reservoir, as this can lead to spills and uneven brewing.

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Start Brewing

Close the lid of the water reservoir and switch on the coffee machine. Most drip coffee machines have a simple on/off switch. Once you turn it on, the machine will start heating the water. As the water heats up, it will be dripped over the coffee grounds, extracting the flavours and aromas.

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