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Coffee at Home Tips 1 - Stove Top


A stove top brews coffee by passing boiling water pressurised by steam through ground coffee. It’s similar to espresso coffee as it uses pressure to extract the good stuff that espresso or black coffee drinkers enjoy.

Coffee at Home Tips 2 - Grind


The right grind is the starting point for making the perfect coffee. Always grind your coffee to your preferred brewing method just before you brew it – the grind must match the method.

Coffee at Home Tips 3 - Espresso


Espresso coffee is made by pressurised water which is forced through ground coffee. Using pressure extracts the good stuff. The quality of the coffee you use is paramount.

Coffee at Home Tips 4 - Plunger


French press or plunger coffee is made by pouring hot water over ground coffee, waiting a few minutes for the coffee to brew, and then pressing down the plunger handle. It’s a quick, easy way to make great coffee almost anywhere.

Coffee at Home Tips 5 - Filter


Filter or batch brew coffee is made by adding water to ground coffee and extracting the brew via gravity through a cloth, paper or metal filter. It’s light compared to espresso, with a clear, delicate flavour.

Coffee at Home Tips 6 - Aeropress


Aeropress coffee is made by immersing water in a coffee chamber and then pressing the plunger down into the cup. This gives a full-bodied brew from the immersion with quick brewing time and clean, crisp flavours from the flow of the coffee. It’s a fast, flexible, filter-style coffee.

Coffee at Home Tips 7 - How to Store


Properly stored beans make great coffee. Coffee starts to lose its freshness shortly after it’s roasted. It’s better to buy small amounts of coffee regularly to get the best results than to buy in large quantities. Correctly stored coffee will preserve the flavour of your beans and give you the best brew results.