NATIONAL COFFEE DAY!!
Why do we love coffee so much?
One of the reasons is that caffeine causes your body to increase the level of dopamine in your brain, which is the chemical that causes you to feel happy.
In 2020, around 166.63 million 60 kilogram bags of coffee were consumed worldwide. While Brazil is, quite simply, the largest coffee producer in the world. Vietnam and Columbia are a close second and third respectfully.
There are 6 popular ways to brew coffee:
Pour Over/Drip: Coffee Cone
One of the oldest, simplest, fastest and cheapest ways to brew coffee is the drip method using a coffee
Pour Over/Drip: Chemex
Chemex is a beautifully designed and elegant pour over, glass flask that was invented in 1941 by Dr. Peter Schlumbohm.
Plunger/Press: French Press
The French Press method, invented in 1929, is widely considered as the best and easiest method for brewing superior and consistent coffee.
Relatively new, the maker of Aerobie Frisbee (Alan Adler) created and launched the AeroPress in 2005.
Percolate: Stovetop Moka Pot
Originally patented in 1933 by Alfonso Bialetti, stovetop style coffee makers use steam pressure from boiled water in the lower section to pass through coffee grounds in the mid chamber of the pot.
The siphon is a fancy and flashy coffee maker. It can be a fun way to make coffee and impress friends at the same time, but it can be a fussy process.