Many a barista would happily tell you more than you ever wanted to hear about the only way to make your cup of joe, and the internet is awash with articles detailing the perfect way to brew coffee. Those papers and directives aren’t really useful for those of us who want to drink good coffee without wasting valuable morning time or spending thousands of dollars on specialist equipment.
We went to Tucker Silk Mill, a local coffee shop in Easton, PA, to learn how to make the best coffee we could with the equipment most people have in their homes. Before we get into detailed brewing techniques, here are some general guidelines to help you get the best coffee possible, regardless of your brew preference.
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