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Here are all the big differences between some of the most popular coffee drinks
Flat white? Cappuccino? Mocha? Latte? We wanted to know the big differences between some of the most popular espresso drinks, so we spoke to Joseph Monett, an expert barista at Cafe Grumpy in New York City. -------------------------------------------------- Follow BI Video on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1oS68Zs Follow BI on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1W9Lk0n Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/ -------------------------------------------------- Business Insider is the fastest growing business news site in the US. Our mission: to tell you all you need to know about the big world around you. The BI Video team focuses on technology, strategy and science with an emphasis on unique storytelling and data that appeals to the next generation of leaders – the digital generation.
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How to Make a Cappuccino | Perfect Coffee
Watch more How to Make the Best Coffee videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/494729-How-to-Make-a-Cappuccino-Perfect-Coffee My name is Mike Jones, and I'm a barista at Third Rail Coffee right by Washington Square Park in New York City. I'm going to teach you some basic coffee-making skills. I'm gonna show you how to make a cappuccino. A cappuccino is traditionally between five and six ounces. You have your shot of espresso, some milk, and then foam on top. Usually it's gonna be in thirds, which is two ounces of espresso, two ounces of milk, two ounces of foam, but somewhere around there is good. Officially, they say between one and two centimeters of foam on top, but there are many different interpretations. So, let's start off by pulling the shot, steaming the milk, and then pouring it. OK, so we have our espresso, we have our milk. Since I've let more air into the milk on this cappuccino we can do a little bit extra texturing, which is just swirling it around. You can give it some side to side shakes to incorporate the foam into the center. Sometimes if you've added just a little bit too much, you can pour about an ounce off the top. All right, now just pour and that is a delicious looking cappuccino.
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How To Make the Perfect Cappuccino
We enlisted Michael Phillips, Director of Training at Blue Bottle Coffee and 2010 World Barista Champion to show us how to master the perfect cappuccino. Who knew so much went into making everyone’s favorite, frothy morning go-to? Now, if we could only find a way to master the art of sipping without getting foam on our noses… Subscribe to Munchies here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-MUNCHIES Check out http://munchies.tv for more! Follow Munchies here: Facebook: http://facebook.com/munchies Twitter: http://twitter.com/munchies Tumblr: http://munchies.tumblr.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/munchiesvice Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/munchies Foursquare: https://foursquare.com/munchies More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideos
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What is BARISTA? What does BARISTA mean? BARISTA meaning, definition & explanation
What is BARISTA? What does BARISTA mean? BARISTA meaning - BARISTA definition - BARISTA explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ A barista is a person, usually a coffeehouse employee, who prepares and serves espresso-based coffee drinks. The word barista is an Italian word, and in Italy, a barista is a male or female "bartender", who typically works behind a counter, serving hot drinks (such as espresso), cold alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, and snacks. While the title is not regulated, most coffee shops use the title to describe the preparer of coffee and operator of an espresso machine. Baristas generally operate a commercial espresso machine, and their role is preparing and pulling the shot; the degree to which this is automated or done manually varies significantly, ranging from push-button operation to an involved manual process. Espresso is a notoriously finicky beverage, and good manual espresso making is considered a skilled task. Further, preparation of other beverages, particularly milk-based drinks such as cappuccinos and lattes, but also non-espresso coffee such as drip or press pot, requires additional work and skill for effective frothing, pouring and most often latte art. The barista usually has been trained to operate the machine and to prepare the coffee based on the guidelines of the roaster or shop owner, while more experienced baristas may have discretion to vary preparation or experiment. To make the coffee well, there is a series of steps needing attention, including grinding the beans, extracting the coffee, frothing the milk and pouring. Beyond the preparation of espresso and other beverages and general customer service, skilled baristas acquire knowledge of the entire process of coffee to effectively prepare a desired cup of coffee, including maintenance and programming of the machine, grinding methods, roasting, and coffee plant cultivation, similar to how a sommelier is familiar with the entire process of wine making and consumption. A barista can acquire these skills by attending training classes, but they are more commonly learned on the job. Formal barista competitions originated in Norway, and today the most prestigious is the World Barista Championships, held annually at varied international locations. Baristas worldwide compete, though they must first compete in a competition held in their own country to qualify to enter in the WBC. These competitions focus on promoting and having people engage in the world of coffee preparation. each barista representing their country prepares a series of espressos, milk drinks, and signature drinks and are judged based on the quality and taste. preparation is also a very important part of these competitions and it can be most applied in the signature drinks portion of the competition. Here the Baristas are able to show their skills in latte art.
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Make a Latte at Home • Home Barista
How to make a Latte without using a machine. Today Kit will show you that you can still make awesome barista standard lattes without any fancy machinery. Buy our classic espresso: https://www.paddyandscotts.co.uk/products/classic-blend Our online shop: https://www.paddyandscotts.co.uk/categories Created for Paddy & Scott's - https://www.paddyandscotts.co.uk Starring Kit Wilkins-Smith Created by Henry Russell Produced by HRussellMedia Music by leescratchterry Music by Gazza ( https://soundcloud.com/garethdonkin ) Stay Fuelled.
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What Does Your Barista Think Of You?
You may never be able to order the same way again.... Share on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/18VxYeE Like BuzzFeedVideo on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1ilcE7k Share on Twitter: http://bit.ly/18VxZzd Music: "Sidewalk Shade - Slower" / incompetech.com http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/?genre=Jazz Actors: Toni Del Sorbo Toby Gillingham Amy Mahler Jack Sweeney @jacksweeney www.Jack-Sweeney.com Credits: Images courtesy of Shutterstock, Inc., Used by Persmission
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How to Use a French Press | Perfect Coffee
Watch more How to Make the Best Coffee videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/494742-How-to-Use-a-French-Press-Perfect-Coffee My name is Mike Jones, and I'm a barista at Third Rail Coffee right by Washington Square Park in New York City. I'm going to teach you some basic coffee-making skills. I'm going to show you how to make a French press. First there's a few things you're going to need. You're going to need some fresh coffee, preferably whole bean in which case you'll also need a grinder. You'll need a timer and then you'll also need the French press. So the first thing you're going to do is weigh out the beans. I like to use 25 grams of coffee for this size French press. Now if you don't have a scale, you can also just do three rounded scoops. So you can go ahead and grind this coffee. So this is ground medium coarse. You can play around with the grind setting after making it a couple of times. If it's tasting too bitter and too strong, you might be using a little bit too fine of a grind. And if it's a little bit watery and weak, then it might be too coarse. So you take the French press, and you're going to want to preheat it. You can either take water off a boil, have a nice water tower here. Then you let that sit for a while so it gets up to heat. Alright, so after the French press is preheated, you want to dry it out then add the grounds. Now again, I definitely recommend getting a scale, it just makes brewing coffee easier. But if you don't have one, you just want to use about 12 and a half ounces of water for this size. So I'm going to go ahead and add the water to the French press. The first amount I'm going to add is just enough to soak the grounds at the bottom of the press. So adding that in... so just that much water there. And then just stir it around to incorporate all the grounds with the water and start the timer. And you actually just let that sit there for 30 seconds. I would also recommend covering it when you're not doing anything to keep the heat intact. Alright, after 30 seconds you're going to add the rest of the water. Now this is either 12 and a half ounces or 400 grams of water. Once you've added all of that, just give it another gentle stir. And you put the plunger on and then you're going to let that sit until 3 and a half minutes. So after 3 and a half minutes you're going to press the plunger down. And this is another way you can tell if you've ground too coarse or too fine. If it goes without any resistance, it's going to be too coarse. And then if you have a really difficult time pressing down it's going to be too fine. Then I recommend decanting the French press before serving, because if you leave it sitting there it will actually keep extracting and end up tasting bitter. So once you've done that, you can just let it cool down and it's ready to serve.
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How to Make a Latte (Caffe Latte) | Perfect Coffee
Watch more How to Make the Best Coffee videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/494725-How-to-Make-a-Latte-Caffe-Latte-Perfect-Coffee My name is Mike Jones, and I'm a barista at Third Rail Coffee right by Washington Square Park in New York City. I'm going to teach you some basic coffee-making skills. I'm going to show you how to make a Cafe Latte. Now at its most basic interpretation, a latte is just espresso with milk. Traditionally it will be 8 ounces to 12 ounces, some shops will go bigger than that, usually not too much smaller than 8 ounces though. You started off with around 2 ounces of espresso and the rest is milk that is steamed with just a tiny bit of air put into it. You don't want it to be too foamy and also not too thin. So I'm going to go ahead, pull the shot, steam the milk and then pour. Alright, so we have our shot and the milk. You can see on the milk it, it has that nice sheen, good micro foam, and then when you swirl it you can see it sticks to the side a little bit, but not too much. A cappuccino would be frothier. Alright, and that is a Cafe Latte.
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Best latte Art Show
In 2015 I was invited to Taiwan and found this young and very talented Barista, who really amazed me with her Latte Art skills. http://dritan-alsela.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "How to make coffee art" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GByXsuYgGTU -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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How to make the perfect Cappuccino at home / Come fare un cappuccino a casa
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Barista Skills & Latte Art Techniques
Hey guys, are you following me on Instagram? 🤔😀 I’m sharing my daily experiences as Barista with pictures, videos and stories there ✌🏻😊 Check it out and stay tuned: Instagram: @dritanalsela https://www.instagram.com/dritanalsela/
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Paddy and Scott's barista training school
Barista training with the Welsh wizard Gareth Davies at the Paddy and Scott's Bean Barn. Produced by HRussellMedia Directed by Henry Russell
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What is the difference of Espresso & Drip Coffee? [Puzzle Caffe]
What is the difference of Espresso & Drip Coffee? Is it a different kind of coffee beans? Why does it taste different? Which one has more caffeine? This video answers those questions! Google Play: https://goo.gl/junAhT Website: http://puzzlecaffe.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/puzzlecaffegame Twitter: https://twitter.com/puzzlecaffe Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/puzzlecaffe
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How to order a STARBUCKS Drink the BARISTA way'
Have you ever felt lost or out of place when walking into a Starbucks? Don't! Everyone is super friendly and will help you out! Ask questions! NOW have you ordered your drink a million times and have had it said back to you a different way and kind of felt like you were being corrected? Here's a video of the WHY a barista calls back the drink the way they do... www.ShainaJohnson.com
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The Most Satysfying Cappuccino Latte Art 2017
Amazing cappuccino latte art skills ===================================================== A cappuccino (Listeni/ˌkæpᵿˈtʃiːnoʊ/; Italian pronunciation: [kapputˈtʃiːno]) is an Italian coffee drink that is traditionally prepared with double espresso, hot milk, and steamed milk foam. Cream may be used instead of milk and is often topped with cinnamon. It is typically smaller in volume than a caffè latte, with a thicker layer of micro foam. The name comes from the Capuchin friars, referring to the colour of their habits, and in this context referring to the colour of the beverage when milk is added in small portion to dark, brewed coffee (today mostly espresso). The physical appearance of a modern cappuccino with espresso créma and steamed milk is a result of a long evolution of the drink. The Viennese bestowed the name "Kapuziner" possibly in the 18th century on a version that included whipped cream and spices of unknown origin. The Italian cappuccino was unknown until the 1930s, and seems to be born out of Viennese-style cafés in Trieste and other cities in the former Austria in the first decades of the 20th century. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A latte (/ˈlɑːteɪ/ or /ˈlæteɪ/) is a coffee drink made with espresso and steamed milk. The term as used in English is a shortened form of the Italian caffè latte [kafˈfɛ lˈlatte], caffelatte [kaffeˈlatte] or caffellatte [kaffelˈlatte], which means "milk coffee". The word is also sometimes spelled latté or lattè in English with different kinds of accent marks, which can be a hyperforeignism or a deliberate attempt to indicate that the word is not pronounced according to the rules of English orthography. In northern Europe and Scandinavia the term café au lait has traditionally been used for the combination of espresso and milk. In France, caffè latte is mostly known from the original Italian name of the drink (caffè latte or caffelatte); a combination of espresso and steamed milk equivalent to a "latte" is in French called grand crème and in German Milchkaffee or (in Austria) Wiener Melange. Variants include replacing the coffee with another drink base such as masala chai (spiced Indian tea), mate or matcha, and other types of milk, such as soy milk or almond milk are also used. ===================================================== Music: https://www.youtube.com/user/NoCopyrightSounds ====================================================== All copyright problems please contact email: [email protected] Thanks for watching!
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Kimbo Cappuccino -  Barista Training Video
How to make a perfect cappuccino. Our head of training Adam, shows you how to make this classic Italian morning drink with a traditional Sanremo Zoe machine. For more barista training videos visit our channel or to attend a training session in our London based school visit www.kimbo.co.uk/barista-training
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How to Free Pour | Latte Art
Watch more How to Do Latte Art videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/511297-How-to-Free-Pour-Latte-Art The first kind of latte art we're going to talk about today is free pour. Again, this is like the working barista's type of latte art. You're pouring it as you're making drinks for customers. It takes no more time to pour a free pour design than it would be to pour a drink without latte art. Here's some basic quality benchmarks we're going to talk about. Again, we mentioned the really nicely textured milk. We want to see a nice, crisp white design without any beige. Nice and centered in the cup. These are things we value in free pour latte art. Let's show you some good and some bad examples of these things, and then we'll move onto actually pouring some designs. Again, an appropriate amount of milk in the cup. First things first. I'm going to swirl my crema just to make a nice even pallet, and swirl the milk. This the first lesson we want to learn. You want to have nice, really finely textured milk before you begin. If we don't, it'll just never wind up being the way you want it to look. I'm just going to start with a basic dot in the cup with milk that isn't quite as good. Here, we can see see a lot of pock marks and a lot of visible bubbles. The edges aren't very crisp. There's a lot of dots and speckles here. This milk isn't terrible, but it's not quite as good as it could be. We're going to make sure we're a little better than this when we start to pour our designs. We have our milk right for this one, but I'm going to show what happens when you get more beige and less of that crisp white. You only get that nice, crisp white latte art when you're about this close from the spout of the pitcher to the liquid in the cup. We tilt the cup so we can get as close as we want, as soon as we want. If I don't, you'll see how no matter how low I get the pitcher, you get a lot of that beige before the white eventually pops out. All this stuff around the edge you want to get rid of, and we do that by tilting the cup and getting really close with the spout to the liquid in the cup. Once you have great milk quality, and you can tilt the cup, we'll get that nice crisp design were looking for. I'm going to pour from slightly higher. Fill the cup up about half way and drop down to let the foam spill out into the middle. Here, we have a nice centered dot. Crisp and white with great foam quality. All the free pour designs we poured today will involve these principles. We're going to have great milk. We're going to get right down, really close to the surface of the liquid in the cup with the pitcher before we even begin pouring. That's going to bring all these designs into this really nice, centered crisp area where you want them.
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014  Unboxing & set up of Nescafe Gold Barista / Coffee at home
Hi everyone. We bought a new coffee machine for 568. Here we just want to unbox and set-up the machine. We do not intend to infringe any copyright and we do not claim, sell or distribute any of the items shown here. This is purely for recreational purposes. Please contact us directly if you have any issues to immediately resolve it. Thanks. C'mon, join us for coffee. Have a nice day! Love, love, love, Cathy ____ Music credits: Happy Bee Surf by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1300015 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Originally published in channel (cathy05sg) on 22 January 2016 before it is parked into this channel.
Coffee Around The World
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How to Make a Latte Art Heart | Perfect Coffee
Watch more How to Make the Best Coffee videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/494739-How-to-Make-a-Latte-Art-Heart-Perfect-Coffee My name is Mike Jones, and I'm a barista at Third Rail Coffee right by Washington Square Park in New York City. I'm going to teach you some basic coffee-making skills. Alright, I'm going to talk to you about latte art. Latte art is kind of the exciting part of making espresso drink. It's what gets a lot of people really pumped about making coffee. It's not necessarily a representation of a quality beverage, but it definitely shows that the person who made it cared—it's the mark of a professional, similar to plating with food. Now, the first thing you need is a good shot of espresso. You need the milk steamed properly with good micro foam, and then you have to pour, keeping a few things in mind. This is velocity, so basically how fast you're pouring. And then where the milk is going in the cup, and where it's flowing outwards. It's kind of something you have to feel out and you really have to practice it many many times to get down. So we're going to start off by doing the heart. This is sort of the basic latte art design and then the other one would be a rosetta which is a fern, and then a tulip. So heart, rosetta, tulip are the three basic designs you can do with latte art. So I'm going to start off making the heart, pulling a shot, steaming the milk and then pouring. Alright, so when you're starting to pour latte art, the first thing you want to do is pour from a greater distance up, or from a greater height so that way the milk is actually going to go underneath the espresso and then as you get closer and start pouring faster, the foam rises to the top and this is when you start controlling it. So to make the heart, you're basically just going to be pouring into the center until you see it's about three-quarters full. So I'm pouring into the center there. Then as I get closer, the foam will rise to the top and you just kind of shake it, and then you lift it up at the end to suck it in and cut through. So again, pouring to the center, getting close when it's three-quarters full, pulling up to suck in and then cutting through. That's a heart.
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How to Froth and Steam Milk for Latte Art, Cappuccino and More
Todd from wholelattelove.com shows you how to froth and steam milk for popular milk-based espresso drinks. He also shows you how to pour basic latte art including a heart, rosetta and a tulip. He breaks down how to froth and make drinks into four parts: taste, drink definition, texturing milk and presentation. Learn the definitions for a latte, flat white, cappuccino and a cafe macchiato as he guides you on how to prepare them. Todd used the Expobar Brewtus IV-R with Rotary Pump: https://www.wholelattelove.com/products/expobar-brewtus-iv-r-with-rotary-pump Shop frothing pitchers: https://www.wholelattelove.com/categories/accessories/frothing-pitchers
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How to Make a Mocha | Perfect Coffee
Watch more How to Make the Best Coffee videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/494727-How-to-Make-a-Mocha-Perfect-Coffee My name is Mike Jones, and I'm a barista at Third Rail Coffee right by Washington Square Park in New York City. I'm going to teach you some basic coffee-making skills. Alright I'm gonna show you how to make a Cafe Mocha. Now all this is, is basically a latte or cappuccino with chocolate in it. So you start off with a high quality cocoa. Something that's not too sweet is nice, but just a little bit of sugar so that the cocoa flavor mixes well with the espresso. In a cafe environment we would take a lot of this cocoa powder and mix it with hot water and have syrup pre-made. But as far as making one drink its easy to just start off with the powder and add a little bit of hot water in there. And then stir it up to make a syrup. Then I'm actually gonna pull the espresso directly over the chocolate, stir it again and then pour just as if with a cappuccino or a latte. So I'm gonna get the shot ready, and the milk and then we'll pour. Alright, so we pulled the shot right over the chocolate and we;re just gonna incorporate that together. And then again, our into the same as with a latte. And we'll do a nice Tulip on this one. Alright, that's a Cafe Mocha.
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How to Make a Cappuccino - Barista Style
Meet Siyanda - our Local Barista at Coffee Florida . We are a Eco Friendly, Tech Savvy Coffee Bar on Florida Road, Durban. FREE 45min Wi-Fi while you have your Awesome Coffee 204 Florida Road, Durban, South Africa Like us on Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/atcoffeeflorida Follow us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/coffeeflorida
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Make Great Coffee with a Moka Pot
Learn to make amazing, espresso-style coffee in a moka pot. Bonus: we'll show you a latte hack too. http://chfstps.co/1OfhjFN You’re passionate about cooking. We’re here to help. Become a member and be the first to learn about new recipes, special offers, and goings-on around the kitchen: http://chfstps.co/1paXXVd And while you’re at it... Like us on Facebook: http://chfstps.co/1thBubb Follow us on Instagram: http://chfstps.co/1nDs8Fj Tweet with us: http://chfstps.co/1gMVbWA Get Pin-spired: http://chfstps.co/1koB9kI Read our blog: http://chfstps.co/1rhTgh0
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How to Make Pour-Over Coffee | Perfect Coffee
Watch more How to Make the Best Coffee videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/494732-How-to-Make-PourOver-Coffee-Perfect-Coffee My name is Mike Jones and I'm a barista at Third Rail Coffee, right by Washington Square Park in New York City. I'm going to teach you some basic coffee making skills. I'm gonna show you how to make pour over coffee, using this Chemex brewer. And, I'm gonna be using the method that we use at the cafe where I work at, Third Rail Coffee. So, the first thing you do is start off with 23 grams of coffee, if you have a scale. I definitely recommend getting one. It makes brewing at home a lot easier, but it's also gonna be three flat scoops. So, you'll take that and grind it. You're gonna do just a medium grind on this. The next step is to pre-wet the filter. Now, what this does is make sure that everything's up to heat. So that there's not temperature loss, which would result in sour coffee. But it also removes some of the paper taste from the filter. It ends up being pretty noticeable. You can do an experiment, where you just taste the water that you run through the filter. And it's pretty clear that there's a, sort of, cardboard-y, gross taste that you don't want in the coffee. So, once you've done that, just dump it out. The dumping of the water from a Chemex is one of the unspoken arts. All right, so once all the water's out, you add the grounds to the Chemex. And then just kind of shake it around, to make sure it's flat in there. Now, I'm gonna be doing this on a scale of two 400 grams of water. This would also be around 12 and a half ounces. All right, so you add the water. Now, if you're using a tea kettle, you either wanna take water just off boil and transfer it to another device, or just let it sit for 30 seconds and use the tea kettle. The first thing you're gonna do is, pour just enough water to wet all the grounds that are in there. And you let that sit for 30 to 45 seconds. This is called 'blooming'. And what it does is, let some of the gasses release. So, if you were to pour all the water at once, the gasses would, kind of, create this barrier between the water and the grounds, which would lead to an uneven extraction. And probably taste sour, weak. So after 30 seconds, you're gonna pour. You wanna pour pretty slowly, starting in the center and then going in concentric circles, all the way to the edge. But, without actually pouring down the sides of the filter. This would just rush right through the grounds, and then over extract, causing it to be bitter. And you can come back in and circle out again. This whole process should take between three and a half to four minutes. If it goes, if the water runs too fast, you wanna use a finer grind. And then, if it's taking too long to drip through, you're gonna wanna use a coarser grind. All right, so we've added all the water we're gonna use. And you're just gonna just finish it up with a gentle stir. I always like to do a little x and then a circle. And this gets some of the grounds off the bed, or off the walls, of the Chemex, so that they all extract. And then, again, this is the part where you can start making sure the timing is right. If it's taking too long, you have to make an adjustment. So, once all the water's drained through, you're gonna remove the filter. And you wanna make sure you do this, before it dries out. Because the last few drops, they're not gonna taste so good. So, just pull that out and you can throw it away or compost it. And then, after you let it cool, it's ready to serve.
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Making Turkish Coffee & 4 important tips No One tells you
This video shows you the traditional way of preparing a rich Turkish Coffee with 4 great & important tips only Turkish people know for preparation of Turkish Coffee which I am going to share with you in this video. I bet you will also love the taste of traditional Turkish Coffee made with milk so if you do, click the below link to see how to prepare the version of Turkish Coffee with milk 👇 More info: http://butterbreadandstews.com/recipe/turkish-coffee/ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2jL4SaT Butter, Bread & Stews Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH4muLXhbXoey4YX_pWUW9g My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/breadbutterandstews/ Blog: http://butterbreadandstews.com/
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How to make Latte Art: The Basics in Slow Motion by Barista Dritan Alsela
In this video, I'm showing you how to pour the Latte Art Basics: Heart, Rosetta and Tulip. My advice for every Latte Art beginner is to start pouring these basic patterns first and only proceed to more advanced ones, after you really learned how to pour and control the basics. Some other basic benchmarks you need when pouring Latte Art: - finely textured milk - have the pattern nicely centered in the Cup - nice and crisp White without any beige #latteart #latteartheart #latteartrosetta #lattearttulip #baristaskills
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How to make free pour latte art easily on no crema coffee without an espresso machine
HD video about free pour latte art with milkfrother. Everyone can do this. Try! My blog (Japanese) http://ameblo.jp/d-cappuccino/ My web about how to froth (English page) http://cappuccio.nobody.jp/frothertukurikataENG.html My related video about ELECTRIC MILK FROTHER LATTE ART http://youtu.be/-Fslq1PEMf8 SOME COMMON ANSWERS 1. hot milk microwaved for 90sec 2. just whole milk not diet milk, not low fat milk 3. any kinds of coffee 4. your passion クレマのないコーヒーにハートやリーフのラテアートをミルクフローサーだけで簡単に注いでいる動画です。 この方法でラテアートは誰でも挑戦できる身近なものになりました。 詳細はこちら。 http://ameblo.jp/d-cappuccino/
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How to: Three Ways to Cold Brew Coffee
With a tiny bit of prep work, you can have smooth cold brew coffee in your life week after delicious week. We’ll show you how using three different techniques—a coffee press, a Mason jar and the Toddy® Cold Brew System.
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Top 3 Budget Espresso Machines | SCG's Top Picks
Want to start brewing espresso at home but don't want to break the budget? You are in luck! We've got our Top 3 budget friendly espresso machines in this video to help you in your search. Subscribe To Our Channel ▸▸ http://goo.gl/hRKEhR Check Out The Delonghi EC-155 Espresso Maker https://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/delonghi-ec155-espresso-maker Learn More About The Delonghi Dedica! https://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/delonghi-dedica-ec680-espresso-machine Like The Breville Duo Temp Pro? https://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/breville-duo-temp-pro Shop Freshly Roasted Coffee! https://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/coffee-tea Connect With Us Online! Facebook: http://goo.gl/13pJVF Twitter: https://twitter.com/seacoffeegear Google+: http://goo.gl/DDkRVD Instagram: https://instagram.com/seattlecoffeegear
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How to Make Coffee in a Coffee Maker
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The Ultimate Barista - Episode 01 "What Is Espresso?"
The first in a series of tutorials on the best way to make espresso based coffees. The espresso is the foundation for every cafe-style coffee and is essential to perfect in order to make the most mouth watering coffees. Presented by Ben Gleeson of The Barista Academy (thebaristaacademy.com.au) and Glee Coffee Roasters (gleecoffee.com.au)
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How to Make a Caffe Macchiato | Perfect Coffee
Watch more How to Make the Best Coffee videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/494714-How-to-Make-a-Caffe-Macchiato-Perfect-Coffee My name is Mike Jones, and I'm a barista at Third Rail Coffee right by Washington Square Park in New York City. I'm going to teach you some basic coffee-making skills. Okay, now I'm going to show you how to make a macchiato, this is one of my favorite espresso drinks. What it is, is just a shot of espresso with a little bit of foam on top. In Italian macchiato means marked, so it's literally just marked with a dollop of foam. However in North American and in other growing coffee traditions, people have used a little bit more milk, like one to two ounces instead of just the traditional dollop on top. So, I'm going to show you something that's half way in between there, which is how I like it, just a shot of espresso and then maybe an ounce of foamy milk. So I'm going to start off with pulling the shot, steaming the milk and then pouring. Okay, so we have our nice foamy milk and a shot of espresso, now since it's a small drink, what I like to do is stir the shot a little bit. This way it incorporates all the flavors throughout it and when you take your first sip you don't get a bitter first impression. This is also sort of my personal preference for macchiato, many people won't do that, but I definitely recommend trying it out if you're getting a bitter ring right around the first sip. So then we have our foamy milk, then you're just going to pour it in, it's just going to be about an ounce and half. Alright, and that is a macchiato.
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How To Make A Starbucks Latte At Home
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How To Make Great Coffee At Home | MR PORTER
In the third instalment of our How To video series, Mr Mike Gawthorpe, manager of the Fernandez & Wells cafés in Soho, London, demonstrates how to make great coffee.
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How to Make Moka Pot Coffee & Espresso - The BEST Way (Tutorial)
A Moka Pot guide for making coffee with espresso-like flavor at home. Perfect for lattes and espresso-based drinks. Visit my website for the complete moka pot guide: http://www.mokabees.com/?p=67 ♥ We love to hear from you! ♥ Please feel free to ask questions and share your own experiences. Video features a 1-cup moka pot (single-serving) by Bialetti, but instructions are basically the same no matter what brand you use. Larger units take a bit longer to heat up. Pre-boiled water can be used to speed things up. Visit my website at http://www.mokabees.com for more information and coffee tutorials. Music: "Carefree" by Kevin MacLeod. Visit http://incompetech.com/ Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/us/ FTC - This is not a sponsored video.
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Cappuccino or Latte: What is the Difference?
Is your cafe doing it right? Join Whole Latte Love's "Espresso Professor" Mark Jackson as he shows you the difference between a cappuccino and a latte. Learn how to steam and froth milk like a pro. Buy the Espro Pitcher here: hhttp://www.wholelattelove.com/products/espro-toroid-2-pitcher Expobar Brewtus IV: http://www.wholelattelove.com/products/expobar-brewtus-iv-with-vibration-pump
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How To Make A Great Cappuccino - Steam And Pour Milk For Coffee
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How to use a Stovetop Espresso Maker
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English Lessons – How to order a coffee in English? ( Free Spoken English lessons)
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