late wrote:We use a French Press. It's a great choice if you like a medium roast, and can't afford the best.
If you use an espresso machine, try brewing medium roasts. At the very least, try Northern Italian brown espresso...
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Light roasts don't get the attention they deserve, because they are expensive, and demand good brew technique. Actually, each light roast will demand it's own method, because it is depressingly easy to overwhelm the delicate flavors like fruity.
I have a Nespresso machine. I never used to brew my coffee one cup at a time with a capsule. But a friend suggested I try it and I liked the frothy milk part of it. So I tried it. I liked it a lot. So now I have a one-cup-at-a-time machine. I stick my little capsule in and brew my coffee in the morning.
For me the best coffee is Puerto Rican. People rarely think of Puerto Rican coffee because it is very hard to find in the USA. You can get it online. Alto Grande grows it. Let me see if I can get some native Puerto Rican coffee growers for you?
Lares, Jayuya, and Utuado, Orocovis among other mountain towns in Puerto Rico grow really great coffee, if you can find it. It usually is presold for a very steep price though. Just like Jamaican Blue Mountain and Kona from Hawaii. It is the best of the best.
Puerto Rican based coffee growers were nearly extinct. But, Puerto Rican natively grown coffee like this brand called 787 in NYC is the best kind of coffee!
You should buy it @late here is the link:https://www.787coffee.com/shop