How the Cuisinart charcoal water filter better your coffee
As all coffee lovers know, there are a few basic ingredients which are required for good coffee.
The coffee machine must be able to heat the water to the right temperature. If the temperature is too low the percolation process will not occur properly.
The coffee beans used have to be properly roasted, regardless of what type of roast you prefer. The roasting process needs to have been done properly to avoid green beans making their way into your grinder.
Once you have chosen your beans and the roasting of your personal taste, the beans need to be ground to ensure a good portion of coffee grounds.
Finally the ingredients are put together and the process takes its course. What about the quality of the water?
The water in many countries, albeit safe to drink from the tap, might not be suitable for brewing coffee. Luckily the Cuisinart coffee machines have Cuisinart charcoal water filters built into them to purify the water. The Cuisinart charcoal water filters will extract additives and minerals from your water to make the water “soft”.
All to often the absence of a Cuisinart charcoal filter means that the taste of the coffee has been affected – even subtly. The effect is still there.
Through the use of the Cuisinart charcoal water filter one is able to exclude impurities and additives in the water having any effect what so ever on the taste of the coffee.
If you do not like the taste of the coffee you have made, at least you know it cannot be the water that has spoiled the taste.
It is always a pity if coffee lovers go to great lengths to prepare the “perfect” brew in great detail only to have their efforts ruined through the water that they use. The use of a charcoal water filter is a sound idea.