Techniques » Drip Coffee Brewing
Did you know a sprinkler is not just for your lawn? George Howell of George Howell Coffee addresses the essential elements of drip brewing. He explains how different filters produce either sediment or clarity in the brew and points out that once the coffee is brewed, don't let it sit on the burner! Serve immediately or transfer to an insulated carafe and presto! You've made great coffee.
George Howell Coffee is the result of George's devotion to the perfect cup of coffee. From his early days in San Francisco to traveling cross-country headed for the East Coast - with French press, whole-bean coffee and a grinder onboard - George has been a "coffee missionary."
The George Howell Coffee™ company represents identifying, roasting and discovering the highest quality coffees possible. George's Terroir™ line of single-origin coffees is the next step in his unfolding odyssey as he presses to extend the limits of quality coffee standards.
Posted Thursday, April 7, 2011, at 8:01 pm by rhomp2002:What happened to French Press coffee. You introduce him as using French press to make good coffee and then you never discuss French press again. How would he go about making French press coffee. Seems strange to miss that connection after you go to all the trouble of bringing it up during his intro. Maybe it is because I use the French press myself but I just find it weird.
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