Preparation of coffee

Espresso is the fundamentals but the alternative preparation methods offer a lot more other tastes and experiences. Which side will you take?

Based on espresso

What makes a perfect espresso, well, an espresso? The pressure. A little amount of hot water is pushed through finely ground coffee. Espresso coffee is often made smoother by adding milk foam.

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This modern drink of Australian origin contains a double shot of espresso and microfoam milk. It is often served in a glass.

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When making a modern espresso, it is possible to change the preparation parameters so that the final taste is the best.

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Just one shot of espresso and microfoam prepared from whole milk. That is a real Italian cappuccino.

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Caffé macchiato in Italian or cortado in Spanish is an espresso smoothened by adding right enough microfoam milk to fit into a small cup.

Alternative methods

In this section, we are not dealing with the ways of preparation where pressure is used. Coffee is either poured over or it is pressed down. As a result, you get a drink rich in varied aromas and flavours.

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This designer manual pour-over style glass coffeemaker is, in a way, close to a laboratory preparation method. The coffee is poured over and as a result, we get a drink of a full taste.

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An easy alternative for beginners who want to enjoy some good coffee without using a coffee machine.

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A newcomer among filter coffee devices. It offers quite a variety of preparation methods. We will be happy to discuss your method with you on one of our courses.

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V60

The V60 coffee dripper can be used at home the same as in a luxury restaurant and it underlines fine tastes in coffee. It requires a bit more skill but we will be glad to teach you all that

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