Coffee. It used to be a convenient dose of caffeine for the masses who didn’t put much thought into the industry or what they were drinking. Coffee pod names like Keurig, Nespresso, and Tassimo come to mind when we think about these convenience junkies who just wanted to get through their day. Fast forward to now: an age where specialty coffee has come back swinging, advocating that quality should not be compromised for convenience. With many high-end coffee shops on the rise, it’s no longer a “what kind of coffee do you drink?” question, but rather, a “how do you brew your coffee?” conversation that seems to be rising.
As specialty coffee increases in popularity, various types of home brewing process seem to be popping up in households. Many people— not just coffee snobs, are beginning to see the benefit of enjoying a great cup of coffee to start their day. Here at SOLID Coffee Roasters, we not only roast and provide specialty coffee to others ( with scores above 89 to boast ), but we take pride in the brewing process as well. Here are some devices that were tested in home kitchens that you may have heard of:
SOURCE: Washington Post