Wobh Weekly is a weekly newsletter from our founder Suyash. Where talks about different themes in coffee, sustainability, shares resources, and takes you behind the...
Is Chemex really a Chemex, without the filters? "A cloth filter for the Chemex! But isn't Chemex coffee supposed to be crisp, sharp and low-bodied?...
Until now we saw how a story is introduced to us, we understand how blurry our eyes and how sandy our paths have been with acknowledging impact. That is obviously a far cry from addressing the same impact of cumulated behaviours and disdain. Keen observations about little details give an idea or two, sometimes. Changes are not always measurable, and for that reason, we have gone to root to ask the questions that matter.
A carafe is a glass or metal container usually with a handle which is used to serve water, coffee, wine and other drinks. Many people use carafe for their brewed coffee for keeping it warm or as a secondary container to for serving.
In this blog, read about why you should use carafe while brewing coffee and difference between thermal and glass carafe
We often hear about investments that pay dividends down the road, a one time cost of a commodity spreading over a much longer period makes the cost, not as intimidating. Making the most of what we have and tweaking it to suit us is the best way to go on with life sometimes and businesses are learning to apply that small lesson of frugality too.
Whenever a discussion is about the environment, a loss of words. A couple of degrees change doesn't seem a lot when it's a cosy room, but when it is about the slight difference between ice and water, it does. Climate change is not about just those 2 degrees, but about the change in various parameters that a plant grows, prospers and flourishes in. The phenomenon has affected water availability which in turn reduces soil quality, the uneven and unpredictable weathers have brought in a lot of physiological stress for the growth of the plant; all of which combine to cause a change in life cycles and quality of the coffee plant.
Brewing specialty coffee can be very overwhelming. Right from choosing good beans, desired grind size, capable equipment, brewing method and extraction time; a lot of things matter. But what's great is, you can easily simplify these methods. In this blog, we will give you a headstart on starting your specialty coffee journey.
Sipping the cup of coffee that we just brew a second back, we can give ourselves a line that it could be better, and to be real from the heart to heart, it can be. So let's take a small walk into the blends and aromas of coffee, and tell each other a few tricks we pick up on the way back. Here's our attempt at giving you our secrets.
Having coffee is a very personalised affair because you'd have people go out for coffee and make the best memories they'd talk about forever or you'd rather mellow a day down with a cup of coffee because what else is as good a mood lifter. In the same sense, choosing the right filter too is a very subjective process. A version of my favourite coffee could be very different from your favourite coffee, with plenty of variables to play around with as well, my favourite brewing method could be vastly different from yours even though we use the same brewing equipment. Similarly, when it comes to my favourite filter, it might not be your preferred taste and it's completely okay. On top of that our preferred brewing filter changes due to a lot of circumstances as well, at the core of all this is the mood a particular coffee sets. [location, time, availability, state of mind, and feasibility.]
Brewing is a slow process and it’s all about the anticipation that makes it a wonderful little experience when the brew hits your lips. For starters, we’ve to find what the perfect ratio is and for us after quite a few hits and misses we’ve come down to a brewing time of 16 hours at a ratio of 1 to 14 where it stands for 70 grams of coffee for 1000 millilitres of water, a coarse grind of course. With the prerequisites in place, we can start with the procedure.
We compared the different type of filters in our latest blog at Wobh journal. There is extremely high adoption of paper filters when compared to metal and cloth. A cloth filter proves to be more beneficial when it comes to getting the most of coffee. Also, they are kinder to the environment. In this blog, we will share 5 tips through which you could maximise the use of cloth filters.
Cloth filters are perfect for starting & getting into specialty coffee brewing. They're forgiving, easy to use, and kind on the planet. Here are 5 starter tips for cloth filters.