The Ultimate Guide to Pour-Over Coffee Method
The pour-over coffee method has been around since Melitta Bentz, a German entrepreneur, invented it in 1908. Similar to the French press, it requires manually boiling water, allowing it cool for a minute or two and then gently pouring it over coffee grounds to extract the flavors. The difference in the brewing process is that the grounds stay inside the filter and doesn’t mixed with finished brew. Because of this, pour-overs is lighter than French press brew, but it has a rich flavor. From wetting to dissolution and diffusion, here’s an ultimate guide to pour over coffee method. See also the 38 Ways to Make a Perfect Coffee and 11 TV & Movie Coffee Shops You Can Dine For Real.