Skip Nav
Limes
When Life Gives You Lemons, Use Them For These 8 Citrus Hacks
Confit Lamb Shoulder with Morroccan Cous Cous Recipe
Meat
You Can Literally Make This Confit Lamb Shoulder Recipe in Your Sleep
Dinner
100 Fast and Easy Vegetarian Dinners That Don't Skimp on Flavor
Karkade Hibiscus Tea
Iced Tea
In Need of a Detox Drink? Look No Further Than Hibiscus Iced Tea
Meal Planning
19 Basic (But Elevated) Weekday Recipes to Help You Feel More Like an Adult

Tips For Pour-Over Coffee

How to Make Your Pour-Over Coffee Taste Better (That's Free)

Coffee: quite possibly the first good, happy thing you wake up to, so don't you want yours to taste as delicious as it can? Here are a few easy, simple tips for ensuring you are brewing only the best pour-over coffee.

  • Rinse the paper filter with hot water before brewing the coffee. Try it, and you'll discover your coffee won't take on paper-y flavors.
  • Use a timer. To extract the maximum amount of flavor from the beans, aim for your pour-over to take you between 2 1/2 - 3 minutes.
  • Aerate the coffee. You can do this by swirling it in your Chemex (if you have one) or pouring the brewed coffee between two mugs. The power of oxygen really does round out the coffee and release incredible flavor notes.
Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Anna Monette Roberts
Is Organic Coffee Better For You?
What Happens When You Give Up Caffeine?
How to Make a Pumpkin Spice Latte Healthier at Starbucks
Benefits of Quitting Caffeine
How Much Coffee Can You Drink When Pregnant?
Baby Shower Gifts For Moms Who Love Coffee
How to Cook Zucchini Noodles
How to Reheat Rice
Scrambled Eggs With Water
The Quickest Way to Make Coffee
Starbucks Secrets Revealed
How Chefs Make Chocolate Chip Cookies
Latest Recipes, Menus, Food & Wine
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds