How to make coffee without coffee makers
I term this method: '
how to make coffee with coffee socks'. And different from the above 2 solutions, this method uses coffee grounds and the coffee that it brews is equivalent if not better than a long black from an automatic espresso machine.
To make this coffee, you would need:
- a coffee sock
- 2 container
- hot water
- and coffee ground of your choice.
- You would put some coffee ground into the sock, pour hot water through the sock into the first container, we term this container A.
- Then, from container A, you would pour the coffee liquid through the sock into the second container, we call container B.This would be one cycle.
- Depending on the coffee ground, the amount of coffee and the taste profile, you can repeat as many times as you like. Then, simply pour the coffee out from the container and enjoy it.
Sure, it sounds like alot of estimation and guessing, but that to me this is the beauty of coffee, an experience. Coffee brewers that are mostly uncles in their forties and fifties are sought after for the wealth of experience that they could bring to the coffee taste to brew this type of coffee.
In Singapore, where coffee shops chain selling this coffee has more than 30 outlets, with more than 10 such coffee shop chains, you can properly say that this how to make coffee the Singapore style and how Singaporeans like their coffee to be done.
Want to know more about Singapore coffee? Check out our Singapore Cafes Guide for more information...
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