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How to Make Your Perfect Pot of Coffee

Brewing the perfect pot of coffee is a calculated process that includes a specific method depending on what you use to make it; whether it’s an automatic drip, pour-over or French press (we don’t judge). And because we wish you the most of your Amora Coffee experience after it arrives at your doorstep, we’ve put together a step-by-step process for each method to make your mornings flavorful and easy. Automatic Drip
  1. Make sure your Amora Coffee is ground to a medium-fine consistency. (We offer coffee bags in whole bean or pre-ground.)
  2. Place a coffee filter in filter basket under brew head. If you have a reusable filter, be sure it’s clean and free of old grounds before using it.
  3. Now, for the tricky part: we recommend one tablespoon of ground Amora Coffee per six ounces of water. Use fewer grounds for weaker coffee and more for stronger.
  4. For best results, use cold, filtered water.
  5. Press “start” and watch your premium pot of coffee brew in the comfort of your own kitchen.
  6. Pour, add your preferred fixings (cream, sugar, etc.) and enjoy your morning.
Pour-Over
  1. Grind your Amora Coffee beans to a medium-coarse consistency. (We recommend ordering whole-bean coffee and grinding beans at home for this method.)
  2. Put a cone-shaped coffee filter in the dripper and place it over a properly-sized vessel.
  3. This method allows better control of the variables in the brewing process versus an automatic method because you control the speed in which the coffee is brewed. We recommend one to two tablespoons of ground Amora Coffee per six ounces of water.
  4. This step is critical: heat water to 195-205°F (for reference, 212°F is the boiling point).
  5. Slowly pour into dripper over coffee grounds. For best results, level the bed of grounds and make a small divot in the middle. Start in the middle, then move in concentric circles around the divot. Keep water from hitting the dripper to ensure proper coffee strength.
  6. Once all water is fully depleted from the dripper, remove it and enjoy your manually brewed Amora Coffee.
French Press
  1. If you like heavy-bodied coffee, you probably own a French press. For this method, best results start with medium-coarse Amora Coffee grounds. (We recommend ordering whole-bean coffee and grinding beans at home for this method.)
  2. Place press on a flat, sturdy surface and remove plunger from the carafe.
  3. We recommend one to two tablespoons of ground Amora Coffee per six ounces of water when using a French press. Add grounds to the carafe.
  4. This step is critical: heat water to 195-205°F (for reference, 212°F is the boiling point).
  5. Pour heated water directly into the carafe and gently stir.
  6. Place plunger into the carafe just above waterline and let stand for approximately four minutes.
  7. Steadily, press the plunger down until it reaches the bottom of the carafe.
  8. Your Amora Coffee is ready! Pour your cup, add your fixings and enjoy your morning.
All that being said, our coffee will taste fresh, original, and to your liking regardless of how you brew it. And, of course, feel free to alter the coffee-to-water ratio to favor YOUR flavor and strength preference. Still have questions? Talk to us! Our all-things-coffee experts are available 24 hours a day/seven days a week to answer your coffee (or tea!) questions. This is what coffee is supposed to taste like.

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