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Brewing Methods

We know that perfect takes time. That is why in a world of mass-production and automated espresso machines, we are offering a different coffee experience that requires attention, time and craftsmanship.

We specialise in Chemex, V-60, Aero Press and Siphon brewing devices that are manual brewing methods dating back to 18th and 19th century.

Those methods offer the next level of coffee experience for any coffee lover or anyone who would like to try new types of coffee beans from different parts of the world.

We are the only coffee place in Exeter where you can experience the most visually captivating of all brew methods: a Siphon, that requires highest quality coffee beans, brewing devices, bit of science and exact measurement.

Our baristas are bringing magic and beautiful design back to brewing coffee where a perfect coffee cup is reimagined using hands on brewing methods. 

Note: Be prepared to wait on average of 2-8 minutes for your brew to be completed. As we said before, perfect takes time.


Devices:

ChemexV- 60
Brewing method: Gravitational feedBrewing method: Gravitational feed
Taste:
Tons of clarity and virtually no body.
Taste:
Incredibly clear flavours and aromas, notes of sweetness and fruit will shine through, with nearly all bitterness suppressed by the rapid draw down. 

History:
The Chemex carafe was invented in 1941 by the eccentric chemist Dr. Peter Schlumbohm. He not only wanted to create a device to brew perfect coffee without a trace of bitterness, but also an elegant product that fit the streamlined aesthetic of Mid-Century Modern Design. His invention is an iconic design, which you can find on permanent display at Museum of Modern Art in New York and other fine museums, it is truly a work of art. Oh, you can also find it at Coffery & Co. coffee house in Exeter when you can taste a delicious cup of coffee made using Chemex.
History:
In case you are wondering, V-60 is not a well-known car model. V-60 refers to a coffee dripper made by a Japanese company founded in Tokyo in 1921, called Hario. The V60 is the omega in handcrafted coffee. The name stems from the shape of the device, as it is “V” shaped with angles of 60 degrees. The angle of the filter allows greater percolation of the water.

As far as we know.

We are the only coffee place in Exeter where you can experience the most visually captivating of all brew methods: a Siphon, that combines coffee grounds, flame, water and total infusion.

Siphon (Vacuum Pot)Aero Press
Brewing method: InfusionBrewing method: Infusion
Taste:
This method will give you a full-bodied coffee without the bitterness.
Taste:
Clean with clearly defined flavour notes thanks to the paper filter that stops any oil and sediment from getting in the cup
History:
Brewing method: InfusionThe siphon is the most visually captivating of all brew methods; combining coffee, flame, water, total infusion, gravity and pure science. The first coffee siphons were born in Europe, with the very first created in the 1830s by German company, Loeff. In the early 20th century the US market took a liking to this new brew method and by 1915 they were being manufactured and sold en masse to hotels and coffee shops, as well as becoming popular household items between the 1930s – 1950s. The decline in use of the syphon came in the late 20thCentury as people looked for more convenient ways to brew coffee in the home. Now, we are bringing it back for you to be captivated in all its glory. 
History:
Aero Press was invented in 2005 by a Stanford professor, Alan Adler who was a manufacturer of flying discs. It is probably one of the most popular brewing devices, as it could be seen in people’s homes and offices. It became a game changer among coffee lovers and is now a common feature on the speciality coffee scene. It remains a bestseller, and one of the fastest growing products. 

Brewing Methods

 

We know that perfect takes time. That is why in a world of mass-production and automated espresso machines, we are offering a different coffee experience that requires attention, time and craftsmanship.

We specialise in Chemex, V-60, Aero Press and Siphon brewing devices that are manual brewing methods dating back to 18th and 19th century.

Those methods offer the next level of coffee experience for any coffee lover or anyone who would like to try new types of coffee beans from different parts of the world.

We are the only coffee place in Exeter where you can experience the most visually captivating of all brew methods: a Siphon, that requires highest quality coffee beans, brewing devices, bit of science and exact measurement.

Our baristas are bringing magic and beautiful design back to brewing coffee where a perfect coffee cup is reimagined using hands on brewing methods.

Note: Be prepared to wait on average of 2-3 minutes for your brew to be completed. As we said before, perfect takes time.

 

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Brewing Device: Siphon (Vacuum Pot)

 

We are the only coffee place in Exeter where you can experience the most visually captivating of all brew methods: a Siphon, that combines coffee grounds, flame, water and total infusion.

 

Brewing method: Infusion

 

Taste: This method will give you a full-bodied coffee without the bitterness.

 

History: The siphon is the most visually captivating of all brew methods; combining coffee, flame, water, total infusion, gravity and pure science. The first coffee siphons were born in Europe, with the very first created in the 1830s by German company, Loeff. In the early 20th century the US market took a liking to this new brew method and by 1915 they were being manufactured and sold en masse to hotels and coffee shops, as well as becoming popular household items between the 1930s - 1950s. The decline in use of the syphon came in the late 20thCentury as people looked for more convenient ways to brew coffee in the home. Now, we are bringing it back for you to be captivated in all its glory.

 

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Brewing Device: Chemex

 

Brewing method: Gravitational feed

 

Taste: tons of clarity and virtually no body.

 

History: The Chemex carafe was invented in 1941 by the eccentric chemist Dr. Peter Schlumbohm. He not only wanted to create a device to brew perfect coffee without a trace of bitterness, but also an elegant product that fit the streamlined aesthetic of Mid-Century Modern Design. His invention is an iconic design, which you can find on permanent display at Museum of Modern Art in New York and other fine museums, it is truly a work of art. Oh, you can also find it at Coffery & Co. coffee house in Exeter when you can taste a delicious cup of coffee made using Chemex.

 

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Brewing Device: V- 60

 

Brewing method: Gravitational feed

 

Taste: incredibly clear flavours and aromas, notes of sweetness and fruit will shine through, with nearly all bitterness suppressed by the rapid draw down.

 

History: In case you are wondering, V-60 is not a well-known car model. V-60 refers to a coffee dripper made by a Japanese company founded in Tokyo in 1921, called Hario. The V60 is the omega in handcrafted coffee. The name stems from the shape of the device, as it is “V” shaped with angles of 60 degrees. The angle of the filter allows greater percolation of the water.

 

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Brewing Device: Aero Press

 

Brewing method: Infusion

 

Taste: clean with clearly defined flavour notes thanks to the paper filter that stops any oil and sediment from getting in the cup

 

History: Aero Press was invented in 2005 by a Stanford professor, Alan Adler who was a manufacturer of flying discs. It is probably one of the most popular brewing devices, as it could be seen in people’s homes and offices. It became a game changer among coffee lovers and is now a common feature on the speciality coffee scene. It remains a bestseller, and one of the fastest growing products.

 

It's constructed entirely from BPA-free plastics, making it virtually indestructible and ideal for travel.

 

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Exeter, Devon

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