What are the different brew methods for Filter Coffee?
Filter coffee can be brewed in a number of ways depending on the volumes required and the quality
and taste precision you are after. When catering for large numbers, a bulk brewer
or pourover coffee machine will produce a large volume of filter coffee, normally
from a pre-ground sachet. For smaller serves on the other hand, the traditional
cafetiere or French press is a longstanding favourite.
If you’re serious about your coffee however, you’ll know that the choices have evolved in recent times with a more exciting range of single-serve methods, with beans freshly ground on demand becoming ever more commonplace in coffee bars, homes and offices. V60, Chemex and Aeropress serves are now menu staples in many establishments. A new addition is the CoffeeGator, a method similar to Chemex but with a washable filter to avoid waste and ongoing expense.
This evolution of filter coffee serves goes hand in hand with an increasing interest in hand-roasted and speciality coffees and the sourcing of unique and varied flavor profiles. Carefully selecting your filter coffee method can bring out the very best in the filter coffee beans. More recently, cold brew filter coffee has joined the single-serve filter coffee line up, prepared and served in all the best speciality coffee shops.
Why Choose Espresso Warehouse for Filter Coffee Beans?
We understand that your business will have its
own unique coffee requirements. If it’s the very best hand-rooasted microlots
and single-serve brewing methods you need – we can supply them, along with
training and support. But if your
customers need quick and fast coffee in volume (and you want to make a sensible
profit) we can supply the bulk filter coffee grounds or beans along with all
the equipment you need too. Ultimately, we are here to serve your business,
whatever your coffee needs.
As the sister company to coffee roaster matthew Algie, we're passionate about coffee, and we deliver high-quality products that we have carefully chosen from around the world by our in-house green coffee buyers. We provide all the equipment you might need to brew your coffee – and training for those that need it. We have dedicated Coffee Schools in London, Dublin and Glasgow – supplemented by downloads, how-to guides, and videos on this website.
So, whether you are a small independent business or a large catering operation, Espresso Warehouse is here to be your supplier and your partner. We know coffee, and we know the coffee business. If you have any questions about our range or would just like to find out more about Espresso Warehouse, then please contact us.