What is Chemex coffee and how do you make it? Coffee aficionados have been purring over the Chemex drip-filter coffee maker. For the uninitiated, the Chemex is a borosilicate glass pour-over flask, invented in 1943 by the chemist and inventor Dr. Peter Schlumbohm. The classic Chemex is simply an hourglass shaped carafe.
The AeroPress is a hand operated plunger system for brewing coffee. The gizmo allows you to rapidly brew up barrister-quality coffee at home with the minimum amount of fuss. Coffee savants have snapped up well over a million units since the product hit the market in 2005. The popularity of
Seldom a day goes by without the media and marketing teams touting the weight loss prowess of a common kitchen cupboard ingredient. Green tea, apple cider vinegar, and turmeric have all made headlines recently as the latest crop of super ingredients that can help you burn off excess pounds. But
While there are certainly more glamorous and high-tech ways of making coffee, the humble French press or cafetière is an under-utilized method that can yield stunning results. Honing your French press skills is well worthwhile as the brewing method has several advantages over others. Firstly, it allows you to make
The cappuccino – a shot of espresso topped with a warm frothy milk – is without doubt one of the most iconic drinks of all time. Velvety, rich and satisfying it is a quintessentially Italian cup. Each one carries connotations of sunlit piazzas, style and sophistication. The cappuccino has fallen