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Cold Brew

Paul Haworth

If there is a spectrum of coffee beverage preparation, cold brewing is undoubtedly on the end furthest from espresso. Espresso extraction can take 24 seconds, cold brewing often takes 24 hours. Espresso typically has the lowest caffeine content per serving, cold brew boasts the highest. Espresso is volatile and often demands immediate consumption, while cold brew has a shelf stability that can exceed 1 week if refrigerated. Finally, the learning curve and equipment necessary for producing a palatable shot of espresso are the least accessible of all brew methods, while the skill and equipment needed for an acceptable cold brew are minimalistic and superbly approachable.

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A Guide to Going Manual on the Cheap

Paul Haworth

Anyone who wants to up their coffee game has an idea of how much they would like to spend. With all of the options out there, what are some things to take into consideration when investing in your coffee tools? What constitutes a bare minimum setup? Also, what are some ways to invest now that will have lasting value even when you decide to add more and more tools to your collection later on?

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