Harrietta Gauthier Coffee Maker January 22, 2019 08:45:24
French press makers require hot water from a separate source while a vacpot which is called a siphon brewer or vacuum brewed coffee uses hot or cold water depending how one wants to use it. Another that requires hot water may not be considered a coffee maker but the coffee dripper that has a filter in it and sits on your cup or mug does make coffee. The most common maker is a drip coffee maker. This is true whether it is a pour over where hot water is poured over the grounds or hot water is pumped up from a side source and allowed spray water over the grounds. These makers have two shapes of filters known as the cone and the basket shape that has more drip area. Some drip makers offer a low electric heated hot plate while others offer radiant heat. Drip makers come in closed sealed and open coffee dispensing. Closed and sealed dispensing systems often close off the flavor and aroma while the coffee is being made.
The French press coffee maker was created in the 1930`s. This sort of coffee maker is usually created quite simply but produces thick and rich coffee. Using this coffee maker usually entails filling the container with a single tablespoon of coffee that is coarsely grounded as well as hot cup of water. You should then place a plunger handle into the pot. Placing this handle in the pot aids heat retention and after doing this you should slowly depress the plunger handle as well. The mesh of the plunger will then make sure that the grounds are pushed to the bottom of the canister; this separates the grounds from the coffee. After this is done then the coffee can be served directly from the canister. Any coffee that you brew should be served immediately because most of these canisters are made of glass and they lose their heat quickly. Stainless steel press pots can be bought for better heat retention but they are usually less popular than glass canisters.