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The ways of making coffee in the world will be introduced specifically in this article for those of you who are passionate about coffee drinks and are in need of research about it. Each of us can understand coffee in its own way, but coffee has only two ingredients that never change, that is water and coffee powder.

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The difference between an American-style coffee and an espresso is in the method of extracting the aroma of the coffee from the ground coffee beans from the roasted coffee beans. This is the land where human creativity has spawned many different coffee-making methods, evolving over the centuries. Each method follows a different sequence that makes Mocha or Espresso, Americano or Neapolitan.

Making coffee is not a difficult task. All you need is a coffee powder blend you like, some equipment and a few minutes to spare. There are different brewing methods that satisfy different tastes. Espresso coffee is full of character, Turkish coffee (Turkish) has many flavors, American coffee (Americano) is light, rich in water and takes a long time to drink. All these methods have one thing in common, the coffee powder is treated in hot water then the coffee solution is filtered out full of flavor and aroma. This magical drink will have quite different properties, depending on the method of preparation. Here are a few basic examples.

Filter drip (commonly known as American styled coffee)

How to make drip coffee

The characteristic of this type of coffee is that it is not very thick and the taste and aroma are also very light. This type of latte is loved throughout North America, Northern Europe and France. Today in those countries people use many types of drip coffee machines with filter funnels. The machine consists of 2 parts, the upper part is a glass, plastic or metal funnel, the lower part is a glass jar that can be heated automatically by means of a spring under the jar. In the funnel, a disposable paper filter is placed to filter out the coffee powder.
To make this type of coffee, people often use coarse ground coffee. In Europe, people give 1/2 teaspoon and in the US, people give 1 teaspoon whole. For this type of brewing, hot water is poured over the coffee powder, the coffee under gravity flows downwards. Removing the automatic water heating element and reheating the brewed coffee, even without a machine, one can still make this type of coffee using the same paper filter (purchased from the supermarket) placed in a ordinary funnel, bring water to a boil and pour it slowly over it. The whole brewing process takes 6 to 8 minutes and the result is a light, pale, and slightly acidic coffee.

Pressed filter coffee (also known as French coffee)

This type of coffee is known as French coffee, although the coffee maker was invented by an Italian who later sold the patent to a Swiss in 1933. Many people liked to drink it. Coffee is brewed this way because it’s quick and easy, and it can extract a lot of aroma from the coffee powder. The coffee maker consists of a cylindrical glass container and a filter that fits like a piston inside the cylinder. People put coffee powder into the cylinder, pour boiling water into it, stir well, leave it for 4 to 5 minutes. Then the piston-filter is inserted and gently and slowly pressed to separate the powder with the finished coffee solution. The coffee was drinkable by then and wasn’t very hot anymore. The advantage of this method is that you do not have to spend a paper filter every time you make coffee. Note, coffee powder must choose a medium ground coffee, otherwise it will be easy to drink coffee powder mixed in coffee. Should give about 1 teaspoon per cup of coffee is enough.

How to make Turkish coffee

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How to make Turkish coffee

This type of coffee is most popular in Turkey, Greece, some Eastern European countries and the Middle East. People use a traditional tool called the “ibrik”. A vessel made of bronze and brass, shaped like an upside down and truncated funnel, with a very long handle. First people bring water to a simmer in an ibrrik, then lift the ibrik out and add finely ground coffee (about 2 teaspoons per cup), sugar and sometimes some types of coffee. other flavorings such as cardamom or cloves. Then they stir the mixture well and put the ibrik back on the stove to boil again. When the mixture was boiling and the froth was almost overflowing, the ibrik was removed from the stove and continued to stir. When the coffee has cooled slightly, people put it back on the stove and heat it up very low. Just lift it out and lift it in 3 times and you’re done. The result is a thick, black, foamy coffee that cannot be immediately poured into a cup and drinkable, but must wait until the coffee powder has settled to the bottom and then the coffee has cooled.

How to make Norwegian Boiled Coffee

This type of coffee is popular in Norway and the countries of the Scandinavian peninsula. Similar to Turkish coffee, people boil coffee powder for 10 minutes, the only difference is that people use coarsely ground coffee powder, and coffee beans are only lightly roasted, not thoroughly. About 2 teaspoons for 1 cup of coffee. Drinkers also have to wait until the coffee powder settles to drink.

How to make instant coffee (freeze-dried coffee)

Of course, this is the easiest type of coffee to make. Just pour a teaspoon of instant coffee powder into a glass of hot water, stir well and add creme or sugar as you like. But coffee brewed this way can have a slightly sour taste, so you have to add sugar to drink it. Many people who are sensitive to caffeine may experience heart palpitations and palpitations when drinking instant coffee. In this case, use decaffeinated, ie decaffeinated. Coffee bought at vending machines is usually this type of coffee. People contain pre-mixed coffee powder with sugar and creme inside the machine, when I put coins in, the machine sprays boiling water into a predetermined amount of powder, which flows out into a paper cup for me to drink. To be honest, this coffee is not good and drink it because of reluctance.

How to make Espresso (also known as Italian coffee)

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Is the standard method of brewing Italian coffee. Unique and smart. The espresso machine is a true work of art created by Italians. Coffee is brewed at very high pressure. A pump pumps water through a copper coil. The water is heated rapidly in that copper pipe system to a temperature of close to 100°C (not less than 90°C). The pressure pushes the water through the coffee powder compacted in a filter. Water flows quickly through the coffee grounds, through a metal filter, straight into the cup in just a few tens of seconds. The result is a cup of coffee that is hot, full body and condensed and full of aroma, yet still not bitter, but smooth and light like cream. To this day, this method of making coffee is considered the most superior because of the following reasons: Which cup grinds the coffee powder for that cup, the coffee retains its aroma better, which the drinker may require. Adjust the coffee powder to coarse grind, medium grind or fine grind, depending on your preference. Hot water is old so the aroma of coffee is extracted at maximum efficiency and is not lost.

Hot water is rushed through quickly, the coffee powder is not burnt, so it is not bitter and the amount of caffeine dissolved in the water is not as much as when boiling coffee in water for a longer time. The fine filter can be used, thanks to the high pressure of the water, so there is no cloudiness in the coffee like when gravity alone pushes the water through the coffee.

How to make Mocha coffee – A convenient and delicious solution

Since the 1930s, Italian companies in Pavia, Milan and Turin have developed and perfected steam coffee machines and created different styles of coffee pots. The most successful coffee maker was the “Moka Express”, copyrighted by Alfonso Bialetti in 1933 and to this day the Bialletti brand still sells, and sells a lot of, this kettle, and it’s still exactly the same as the original. kettles were sold in the years following World War II. It is because it is convenient, cheap and delicious that this method of making coffee is loved by many people. In an Italian home, no matter how poor you are, you will find at least one mocha pot. The mocha pot has 3 parts attached to each other. The bottom is a small water tank (boiler), in the middle is an aluminum filter and a coffee press, and the top is a place to store the finished product, all 3 parts attached together have high teeth. airtight rubber. People pour the right amount of water with the desired amount of coffee into the “boiler”, then put the coffee powder into the filter (fine or coarse ground coffee depending on preference, two teaspoons for a cup of coffee), then tighten and cook. When the water boils, the steam rises and the coffee powder immediately condenses into boiling water, boiling distilled water, make sure 100°C (or at least 99°C). The newly condensed water dissolves the coffee and the product is further pushed upwards and deposited in the upper container. In less than 1 minute, the coffee is ready, hot and ready to drink.

The mocha pot makes medium body coffee, black in color, strong in taste, very fragrant. If using fine coffee powder, it will be more bitter and darker than coarse ground coffee. Needless to say, everyone can clearly see that the Bialetti kettle is a personal type, can make 1 to 2 cups of coffee for about 5 USD, is compact and light, can be put in a suitcase on the way to school. , no need for electrical outlets, adapters at all, wherever there is an electric stove, stove and water, we have coffee to drink. And according to professional Italian baristas, coffee brewed with a mocha pot is only second in taste compared to espresso made with a large machine that can cost over $5,000. If you have time, you can pick and try different fines of coffee powder (just read on the coarse/medium/fine ground paper bag), different coffee varieties (robusta/arabica) and different roasting levels (light, medium or well roasted) then you will find your preference. After a while, you only need to click on the coffee to know how this coffee is roasted, ground and brewed

A few more things about making coffee in Vietnam

There are mainly 2 ways to make coffee in Vietnam.

1. Boiling phase (racket phase)

Coffee put in boiled cloth bags is used by many shops and the filter coffee method is used when the connoisseurs call in, then the restaurant will bring it out. The reason is probably because boiled coffee is economical, easy to make (just heat it up with an aluminum one) but it is much heavier than filter coffee. Badly boiled coffee is harmful to health, but the aroma is not much, because it has been lost a lot.

2. Mixing filter

Filtered coffee tastes better, but it’s hard to make, because of many factors. When it’s cold, the boiling water poured into the filter cools quickly. Pre-rinsing is one way, adding water 2-3 times is another way to increase the heat, but they only increase the efficiency a little. If the coffee is pressed tightly, it takes a long time to drip, the coffee is a bit high in caffeine because it is soaked in water for a long time, it cools a bit when drinking. If the compression is not tight, the coffee will be mixed with coffee powder and the aroma extracted has not been exhausted. How to train all restaurant staff to know how to compress coffee to fit in the filter? If using a stainless steel filter, the filter hole is quite small, with a vortex thread, which is the best because it can be adjusted to be tight and loose. If using an aluminum filter, the filter hole is large enough to let the coffee powder down, but it is not possible to adjust the tightness, then I am afraid that the coffee will be difficult to taste. Reluctantly, if you have to use a plastic filter, it’s a waste of coffee.

A few tips on how to order coffee outside of Vietnam

First of all, look at the machine of the store, if the machine has a coffee grinder in place on one side, an aerator on the other side (to create foam for coffee or fresh milk when needed), there is a large and small filter in the middle. size, that’s a sign the coffee can be good. You are welcome to ask how much coffee powder to use, but if you don’t ask, they will usually give you medium. If you like espresso, like to drink a lot, order 2 glasses, don’t order a double shot, because if you order a double shot they will use a double filter. Twice the coffee, twice the water, twice the time. Coffee powder that is soaked in hot water for too long will be more bitter. That’s why two single glasses are better than one double. If you order another coffee they will usually make an espresso as well. If you order an Americano, they mix that 1 shot of espresso with 2 cups of hot water, a cup of milk, stir well and aerate it. If you order a coffee latte, they mix 1 espresso with 2 cups of milk, aerate it and you’re done. You can add cream, cinnamon powder on top if you call. There’s not much magic in the names, Americano is just light, watery, and latte is milk.


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Các cách pha cà phê trên thế giới

The ways of making coffee in the world will be introduced specifically in this article for those of you who are passionate about coffee drinks and are in need of research about it. Each of us can understand coffee in its own way, but coffee has only two ingredients that never change, that is water and coffee powder.

See more:

The difference between an American-style coffee and an espresso is in the method of extracting the aroma of the coffee from the ground coffee beans from the roasted coffee beans. This is the land where human creativity has spawned many different coffee-making methods, evolving over the centuries. Each method follows a different sequence that makes Mocha or Espresso, Americano or Neapolitan.

Making coffee is not a difficult task. All you need is a coffee powder blend you like, some equipment and a few minutes to spare. There are different brewing methods that satisfy different tastes. Espresso coffee is full of character, Turkish coffee (Turkish) has many flavors, American coffee (Americano) is light, rich in water and takes a long time to drink. All these methods have one thing in common, the coffee powder is treated in hot water then the coffee solution is filtered out full of flavor and aroma. This magical drink will have quite different properties, depending on the method of preparation. Here are a few basic examples.

Filter drip (commonly known as American styled coffee)

How to make drip coffee

The characteristic of this type of coffee is that it is not very thick and the taste and aroma are also very light. This type of latte is loved throughout North America, Northern Europe and France. Today in those countries people use many types of drip coffee machines with filter funnels. The machine consists of 2 parts, the upper part is a glass, plastic or metal funnel, the lower part is a glass jar that can be heated automatically by means of a spring under the jar. In the funnel, a disposable paper filter is placed to filter out the coffee powder.
To make this type of coffee, people often use coarse ground coffee. In Europe, people give 1/2 teaspoon and in the US, people give 1 teaspoon whole. For this type of brewing, hot water is poured over the coffee powder, the coffee under gravity flows downwards. Removing the automatic water heating element and reheating the brewed coffee, even without a machine, one can still make this type of coffee using the same paper filter (purchased from the supermarket) placed in a ordinary funnel, bring water to a boil and pour it slowly over it. The whole brewing process takes 6 to 8 minutes and the result is a light, pale, and slightly acidic coffee.

Pressed filter coffee (also known as French coffee)

This type of coffee is known as French coffee, although the coffee maker was invented by an Italian who later sold the patent to a Swiss in 1933. Many people liked to drink it. Coffee is brewed this way because it's quick and easy, and it can extract a lot of aroma from the coffee powder. The coffee maker consists of a cylindrical glass container and a filter that fits like a piston inside the cylinder. People put coffee powder into the cylinder, pour boiling water into it, stir well, leave it for 4 to 5 minutes. Then the piston-filter is inserted and gently and slowly pressed to separate the powder with the finished coffee solution. The coffee was drinkable by then and wasn't very hot anymore. The advantage of this method is that you do not have to spend a paper filter every time you make coffee. Note, coffee powder must choose a medium ground coffee, otherwise it will be easy to drink coffee powder mixed in coffee. Should give about 1 teaspoon per cup of coffee is enough.

How to make Turkish coffee

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How to make Turkish coffee

This type of coffee is most popular in Turkey, Greece, some Eastern European countries and the Middle East. People use a traditional tool called the "ibrik". A vessel made of bronze and brass, shaped like an upside down and truncated funnel, with a very long handle. First people bring water to a simmer in an ibrrik, then lift the ibrik out and add finely ground coffee (about 2 teaspoons per cup), sugar and sometimes some types of coffee. other flavorings such as cardamom or cloves. Then they stir the mixture well and put the ibrik back on the stove to boil again. When the mixture was boiling and the froth was almost overflowing, the ibrik was removed from the stove and continued to stir. When the coffee has cooled slightly, people put it back on the stove and heat it up very low. Just lift it out and lift it in 3 times and you're done. The result is a thick, black, foamy coffee that cannot be immediately poured into a cup and drinkable, but must wait until the coffee powder has settled to the bottom and then the coffee has cooled.

How to make Norwegian Boiled Coffee

This type of coffee is popular in Norway and the countries of the Scandinavian peninsula. Similar to Turkish coffee, people boil coffee powder for 10 minutes, the only difference is that people use coarsely ground coffee powder, and coffee beans are only lightly roasted, not thoroughly. About 2 teaspoons for 1 cup of coffee. Drinkers also have to wait until the coffee powder settles to drink.

How to make instant coffee (freeze-dried coffee)

Of course, this is the easiest type of coffee to make. Just pour a teaspoon of instant coffee powder into a glass of hot water, stir well and add creme or sugar as you like. But coffee brewed this way can have a slightly sour taste, so you have to add sugar to drink it. Many people who are sensitive to caffeine may experience heart palpitations and palpitations when drinking instant coffee. In this case, use decaffeinated, ie decaffeinated. Coffee bought at vending machines is usually this type of coffee. People contain pre-mixed coffee powder with sugar and creme inside the machine, when I put coins in, the machine sprays boiling water into a predetermined amount of powder, which flows out into a paper cup for me to drink. To be honest, this coffee is not good and drink it because of reluctance.

How to make Espresso (also known as Italian coffee)

BARISTA1

Is the standard method of brewing Italian coffee. Unique and smart. The espresso machine is a true work of art created by Italians. Coffee is brewed at very high pressure. A pump pumps water through a copper coil. The water is heated rapidly in that copper pipe system to a temperature of close to 100°C (not less than 90°C). The pressure pushes the water through the coffee powder compacted in a filter. Water flows quickly through the coffee grounds, through a metal filter, straight into the cup in just a few tens of seconds. The result is a cup of coffee that is hot, full body and condensed and full of aroma, yet still not bitter, but smooth and light like cream. To this day, this method of making coffee is considered the most superior because of the following reasons: Which cup grinds the coffee powder for that cup, the coffee retains its aroma better, which the drinker may require. Adjust the coffee powder to coarse grind, medium grind or fine grind, depending on your preference. Hot water is old so the aroma of coffee is extracted at maximum efficiency and is not lost.

Hot water is rushed through quickly, the coffee powder is not burnt, so it is not bitter and the amount of caffeine dissolved in the water is not as much as when boiling coffee in water for a longer time. The fine filter can be used, thanks to the high pressure of the water, so there is no cloudiness in the coffee like when gravity alone pushes the water through the coffee.

How to make Mocha coffee – A convenient and delicious solution

Since the 1930s, Italian companies in Pavia, Milan and Turin have developed and perfected steam coffee machines and created different styles of coffee pots. The most successful coffee maker was the "Moka Express", copyrighted by Alfonso Bialetti in 1933 and to this day the Bialletti brand still sells, and sells a lot of, this kettle, and it's still exactly the same as the original. kettles were sold in the years following World War II. It is because it is convenient, cheap and delicious that this method of making coffee is loved by many people. In an Italian home, no matter how poor you are, you will find at least one mocha pot. The mocha pot has 3 parts attached to each other. The bottom is a small water tank (boiler), in the middle is an aluminum filter and a coffee press, and the top is a place to store the finished product, all 3 parts attached together have high teeth. airtight rubber. People pour the right amount of water with the desired amount of coffee into the "boiler", then put the coffee powder into the filter (fine or coarse ground coffee depending on preference, two teaspoons for a cup of coffee), then tighten and cook. When the water boils, the steam rises and the coffee powder immediately condenses into boiling water, boiling distilled water, make sure 100°C (or at least 99°C). The newly condensed water dissolves the coffee and the product is further pushed upwards and deposited in the upper container. In less than 1 minute, the coffee is ready, hot and ready to drink.

The mocha pot makes medium body coffee, black in color, strong in taste, very fragrant. If using fine coffee powder, it will be more bitter and darker than coarse ground coffee. Needless to say, everyone can clearly see that the Bialetti kettle is a personal type, can make 1 to 2 cups of coffee for about 5 USD, is compact and light, can be put in a suitcase on the way to school. , no need for electrical outlets, adapters at all, wherever there is an electric stove, stove and water, we have coffee to drink. And according to professional Italian baristas, coffee brewed with a mocha pot is only second in taste compared to espresso made with a large machine that can cost over $5,000. If you have time, you can pick and try different fines of coffee powder (just read on the coarse/medium/fine ground paper bag), different coffee varieties (robusta/arabica) and different roasting levels (light, medium or well roasted) then you will find your preference. After a while, you only need to click on the coffee to know how this coffee is roasted, ground and brewed

A few more things about making coffee in Vietnam

There are mainly 2 ways to make coffee in Vietnam.

1. Boiling phase (racket phase)

Coffee put in boiled cloth bags is used by many shops and the filter coffee method is used when the connoisseurs call in, then the restaurant will bring it out. The reason is probably because boiled coffee is economical, easy to make (just heat it up with an aluminum one) but it is much heavier than filter coffee. Badly boiled coffee is harmful to health, but the aroma is not much, because it has been lost a lot.

2. Mixing filter

Filtered coffee tastes better, but it's hard to make, because of many factors. When it's cold, the boiling water poured into the filter cools quickly. Pre-rinsing is one way, adding water 2-3 times is another way to increase the heat, but they only increase the efficiency a little. If the coffee is pressed tightly, it takes a long time to drip, the coffee is a bit high in caffeine because it is soaked in water for a long time, it cools a bit when drinking. If the compression is not tight, the coffee will be mixed with coffee powder and the aroma extracted has not been exhausted. How to train all restaurant staff to know how to compress coffee to fit in the filter? If using a stainless steel filter, the filter hole is quite small, with a vortex thread, which is the best because it can be adjusted to be tight and loose. If using an aluminum filter, the filter hole is large enough to let the coffee powder down, but it is not possible to adjust the tightness, then I am afraid that the coffee will be difficult to taste. Reluctantly, if you have to use a plastic filter, it's a waste of coffee.

A few tips on how to order coffee outside of Vietnam

First of all, look at the machine of the store, if the machine has a coffee grinder in place on one side, an aerator on the other side (to create foam for coffee or fresh milk when needed), there is a large and small filter in the middle. size, that's a sign the coffee can be good. You are welcome to ask how much coffee powder to use, but if you don't ask, they will usually give you medium. If you like espresso, like to drink a lot, order 2 glasses, don't order a double shot, because if you order a double shot they will use a double filter. Twice the coffee, twice the water, twice the time. Coffee powder that is soaked in hot water for too long will be more bitter. That's why two single glasses are better than one double. If you order another coffee they will usually make an espresso as well. If you order an Americano, they mix that 1 shot of espresso with 2 cups of hot water, a cup of milk, stir well and aerate it. If you order a coffee latte, they mix 1 espresso with 2 cups of milk, aerate it and you're done. You can add cream, cinnamon powder on top if you call. There's not much magic in the names, Americano is just light, watery, and latte is milk.


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