Blue Goose Pod, Bean & Ground Coffee Brewing Guides
Whichever brew method you choose, we’ve got some brewing hints and tips that will help you create the perfect Blue Goose cup of coffee. But first…
Yep coffee is a personal thing and the right way is how you like it best not how someone tells you it should be made or enjoyed. That said, there are of course a few fundamentals which will help you to achieve your goal of brewing the perfect cup of coffee.
Keep it clean
As with all machines, coffee pod machines and espresso machines need frequent cleaning and maintenance to work properly and deliver the best-tasting coffee so you’ll find plenty of simple tips that really will make a difference to your brew enjoyment levels.
Nespresso coffee machine tips
3 Top Bean & Ground Coffee Brewing Tips
Remember, coffee is personal and each coffee has its own personality so only by tweaking things will you find that perfect cuppa. So for the first 2-3 brews of any new coffee, we’d definitely recommend tweaking brew time (and grind size if you’ve bought whole bean) so you can pinpoint which ‘brew recipe’ creates the perfect cup for your taste. Here are 3 top tips to get you going:
COFFEE BREWING TIP #1:
If your coffee tastes too acidic then brew longer (or grind finer if you’ve ordered beans).
COFFEE BREWING TIP #2:
If your coffee is too bitter then brew faster (or grind courser) and don’t leave coffee stewing in your brewer.
COFFEE BREWING TIP #3:
Only change 1 thing each brew though, to help you identify which variable to tweak in your pursuit of coffee perfection!
Whole Bean & Ground Coffee Brewing Guides
Whether you are a Cafetière connoisseur or you love to grind your own beans, our brewing guides for the Aeropress, Cafetière (aka ‘French Press’) Moka Pot and a V60 pour over method, you’ll find your brew gear of choice listed below so just click and you’ll have everything you need to enhance your coffee making ritual. So go forth and supercharge your coffee ritual!
Making Cafetière ‘French Press’ coffee
Making Stovetop ‘Moka Pot’ coffee
How to make V60 coffee
Making Aeropress coffee