5 Key Differences Between Pour Over and Drip Coffee
Good coffee is all about good quality. If you’re going to experience it right, you have to do justice to the process. Coffee addicts will back me on this one. Plug-in brewers are perfect for those trying to fit coffee into their busy lifestyle, but they may just find that the pour over method will add some bliss to those hectic mornings.
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What are the differences between the pour over method and drip coffee?
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Pour overs give you full control over your pouring style, whereas drip coffee machines do it for you. Pouring water evenly comes a lot easier with the kettle in your own hand, rather than a drip brewer taking the power from you. Pour over methods only take a few extra minutes in the morning, but if you really don't have the time to sacrifice, go with a drip brewer — you can even set a timer on most so your coffee is already brewed when you wake up.
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5. The reward is priceless
Can you tell I love pour over coffee? Don't get me wrong — drip coffee makers are a perfect way to make a cup of coffee in the morning when you're trying to get ready and out the door to take on your day. But if you're looking to level up your coffee game, consider a pour over method like a Chemex. When it comes to limits of changing up your cup, the limit just doesn’t exist. Who doesn’t want to be in full control, anyway?