Types of extraction

Immersion and gravity method

Coffee infusion techniques

Immersion and gravity method

The ground coffee is first immersed in water and then filtered.

The chemical reactions that take place
during extraction occur more slowly and take time to occur


Method that allows complete immersion, the water is continuously in contact with the coffee during the infusion until it reaches its optimum point where we can activate the mechanism that will give way to gravity filtration.

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This process produces a clean, fuller-bodied beverage than gravity extraction.

Cold Brew

This preparation allows the elaboration of coffee highlighting its softer and sweeter part to be drunk at a cold temperature.

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Cold Brew System

Method of preparation by immersion and gravity to prepare cold-brewed coffee that minimizes the bitter part of the beverage.

To be considered in the immersion and gravity method

Light-Medium Roast

A roast that enhances acidity, flavors and aromas; it is also the one that preserves the most intense aromas. This roasting, Al being exposed to heat for a longer period of time, the sugars in the coffee have a greater caramelization process, giving it a touch of riper fruits, berries dry, caramel and chocolate.

Coarse Grinding

A coarse grind presents the loosest particles, which allows the water moves much faster between them. The combination of a smaller contact surface area and shorter preparation time means that there will be less extraction.

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Other extraction methods for good coffee

Extracting a good coffee has a lot: a lot of skill and affinity, each method enhances different strengths of good coffee, there is surely one that is your favorite. Explore them


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