The first coffee recipe is for the evergreen pour over coffee. It starts with boiling the water in a kettle. You must grind the beans if you are using the whole beans. Grind them similar to granulated table salt to achieve the consistency in beans and exciting aroma in coffee. In the meantime, put the filter in the brewer and rinse it with hot water. The purpose of doing so is to remove papery residue on the filter and simultaneously, it warms up the brewer for further processes. After rinsing, discard that water. Now, it’s time to add the grounds to the filter.
While adding the grounds, make sure that the surface is leveled. After 1minute of removing the water from heat, it will come to a temperature range of 195-205 degree Fahrenheit. Slowly and steadily pour an adequate amount of water to the grounds to saturate them completely. Do this process of pouring water starting from the middle and towards the way out. Stop pouring water when the coffee beans begin to drip. This will help coffee to ‘de-gas’. Afterward, pour the remaining water slowly and steadily as before. Be sure to keep the water in dripper between half and three-quarters full. The process usually takes about 3-4 minutes. After this time interval of 3-4 minutes, remove the filter carefully and proceed to serve and enjoy your perfect pour over coffee. It might take numerous tries before you master this process but once you do, you will feel the awe in drinking every sip of pour over coffee.