Does a Slow Brew Make Better Coffee?




Some impatient coffee fans are learning to slow down, based on the argument that a slower brew makes a better cup of joe. WSJ’s Anne-Marie Chaker discusses with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Clay McLachlan/Blue Bottle Coffee

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3 Comments

  1. Eddie
    March 2, 2016
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    or you can just pour your water slower… at home… dumbfucks

  2. Chi-sa Lin
    March 2, 2016
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    …Some people DON'T drink 3in1 instant,they treat it as "no taste" or "low class"……maybe not healthy,either?!?

  3. Darkvine
    March 2, 2016
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    I doubt that.
    The longer the grind is in contact with water, the more bitter the brew will be.
    Which is why espresso was invented that bursts superheated steam through the grind in high speeds with minimal contact time to just get the good tasting aromatic compounds, and leave the lower temp released bitters in the grind.

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