Coffee Brew Methods Compared PrintP-COF-BREWMETHOD-18
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Reference the Differences Between 10 Popular Coffee Brewing Methods
Are you curious about the differences that brew method can impart on your favorite coffee? With all the brewing options available today, it is no wonder that many are eager to understand how this can change the coffee experience. Goldleaf’s Coffee Brew Methods Compared Print compares 10 of the most popular coffee brew methods by grind, steep time, steep temperature, caffeine level, and general results. This clean and intuitive infographic also includes helpful information on the proper coffee to water ratios for each. Based on research conducted by the University of Newcastle in Australia and the NCBI, this print graphically lays out the findings and recommendations in an easy-to-understand manner. Beautifully designed in a minimalist style and printed on a thick matte finished archival paper using an ultra-high-quality press for stunning colors and resolution.
- Illustrated infographic of 10 common brew methods
- Comparing details like grind, coffee ratio, caffeine level, and more
- Based on research from the University of Newcastle
- Designed by Goldleaf
- Printed in the USA
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