Is press coffee better than drip?

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What makes a coffee an espresso as opposed to a drip coffee?

According to Espresso People, "Espresso is a beverage that is produced by pushing hot water, between 192 F and 204 F, at high pressures through a bed of finely ground, compacted coffee." In other w... Read More »

Can a very fine coffee grind like "Turkish Coffee" be prepared by French Press?

The French press requires a coarse grind because it uses a coarse screen to filter out the grounds. If you use a Turkish grind you'll get lots of silt in your cup. Of course, you get that when you ... Read More »

Is percolator or drip coffee better?

Percolated coffee is usually stronger and hotter when you serve it. Drip coffee is less strong and the temperature is lower when served. Perking circulates the coffee several times through the grou... Read More »

Who invented the drip coffee maker?

The drip coffeemaker was invented in 1909 by a housewife in Dresden, Germany named Melitta Bentz. She created the drip coffeemaker by putting paper inside a tin can she punched with holes, filling ... Read More »