Secondly, use the right measuring tool; and finally, it is important to have clean brewing equipment that ensures the right temperature – both during the actual brewing process and especially for storage.
Coffee of high quality contains more than 1,000 different substances, and a good preparation process should ensure that the good, tasty aromas are freed and enhanced. For this, it is important that the equipment is calibrated to give the water in contact with the ground coffee a temperature between 197,6° F and 204,8° F. Too low temperature does not release all the flavors, and the finished coffee becomes “flat” in flavor. Oppositely, if the temperature is too high, it will trigger the release of substances that are not desirable in the aroma composition, such as tannic acid.
The most common way to brew Evergood is with a coffeemaker. To obtain the best coffee possible it is important that the equipment is clean.
Put a filter in the filter holder and rinse it lightly under cold water.
Measure the correct amount of fresh, cold water in a container and pour it into the coffeemaker.
Then pour the desired amount of filter grind coffee in the rinsed filter. 60-70 grams of coffee (6-7 level measuring spoons) per liter water (33.81 oz) gives a good and full-bodied flavor. This is equal to about 8 cups of coffee.
When the coffee is finished, it should be served immediately to retain the good flavor.