This is a Clever Coffee Dripper:
They differ from most pour-over or filter coffee makers in that the coffee will remain infusing in the top section until you put it on your cup. This opens the “clever” valve and allows the coffee to drip through.
How to use the Clever Dripper:
You will need:
Fact: the cafes get busier over summer. Who drinks coffee in hot weather, I hear you ask? Well, caffeine addicts the world over have found many wonderful ways to enjoy cold/iced coffee – this is our guide to the best of them!
Here’s how coffee is grown and processed. The following describes the “washed” or “wet” process, which is the predominant style of processing coffee in most countries (notable exceptions: Brazil, Indonesia, Ethiopia).
For the purpose of this article I’ve focused on growing and processing and avoided topics like the technical and political aspects of farming and producing. But feel free to have a look at my article on direct trade.
The Coffee Plant:
Coffea Arabica is the only species of interest for great coffee. It is normally an understory plant – that is, a shrub that grows under taller trees – native to mountainous regions of the tropics. This means a frost-free climate with high rainfall, consistent daytime temperatures around 20-30°C, and (preferably) distinct wet- and dry-seasons. Good volcanic soil is also common to the best growing regions.
All of the above amount to very specific environmental requirements! Continue Reading