Pour-Over vs. French Press

Which brewing method is better?

If you're looking for a new brewing method, you'll want to check out pour-over vs french press!  Here's all you need to know about them!


What is Pour-Over Coffee?

Pour-over coffee is a brewing method where you pour hot water over a bed of freshly ground coffee, in a cone-shaped filter. The water brews with the coffee grounds and passes through the bottom of a filter into your mug.

What is French Press Coffee? 

Essentially you put coffee grounds and hot water in the bottom of the press pot, let it sit and then press the top of the device which is a stainless steel filter down to separate the grounds from the water to give you your perfect cup of coffee.

Pour-Over & French Press 


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Use a journal to make notes of all your attempts.  Having notes helps you test all your variables and know how they affect your coffee.

French Press Tip:

Try adding water in pulses—pour around 100 grams for about 10 seconds, then let it start to drain for about 10-15 seconds.

Pour Over Tip:

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