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PREPARATION COFFEE SYPHON: FOR ALL COFFEE FANS WHO LIKE TO EXPERIMENT

PREPARATION STEP BY STEP

The coffee syphon is based on a vacuum or negative pressure method and made a comeback in the Third Wave movement. It uses simple physical processes and thus allows an effective and impressive process of brewing coffee. The Syphon is particularly suitable for light, fruity coffees. When brewing coffee with the Syphon, the body of the coffee is reduced. The result is a very aromatic coffee with a harmonious taste.

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INSTRUCTION: PREPARATION COFFEE SYPHON

First, thoroughly clean all the components of the coffee syphon and rinse with clean water. Weigh the coffee grounds and grind the coffee beans. We recommend 8 g of coffee per 100 ml of water. A medium coarse grind is recommended for preparation in the siphon.

Now insert the paper or cloth filter into the upper glass bulb in such a way that the chain protrudes from the bottom of the glass tube again.

Pull the chain out of the tube enough to hook it at the bottom.

Now the lower glass bulb is clamped into the corresponding holder and screwed tight.

On the glass jar is a mark for the amount of water needed for each two cups (about 200 ml).

Then insert the upper piston. It is important that the chain in the lower piston reaches into the water.

Als Nächstes zünden Sie den Bunsenbrenner an und stellen ihn mittig unter den unteren Glaskolben.

Now the water warms up and slowly rises upwards due to the resulting negative pressure. A remarkable process! When the hot water is completely in the upper flask, add the coffee powder to the water and stir.

Now regulate the heat slightly downwards so that the coffee does not boil. The temperature should be max. 95 °C. The coffee grounds should be stirred every 15 seconds.

After an optimum throughput time of approx. 30 - 60 seconds, the coffee is drawn down through the filter by the drop in temperature and the vacuum thus created again. Now the Bunsen burner must be removed or greatly reduced.

Then remove the upper plunger (be careful, it is hot!) and remove the lower glass vessel from the holder. Enjoy your freshly brewed Syphon coffee.

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GENERAL

The coffee siphon is probably the most impressive way to prepare your favourite hot drink. At first glance, the syphon looks like an experimental set-up from physics or chemistry class, but at second glance it is certainly the most fascinating coffee machine for coffee drinkers who love to experiment. With a little practice, patience and dexterity, you will quickly learn how to make your coffee in a siphon. Here are a few practical tips to ensure that the sophisticated interplay of water, heat and ground coffee works.

Making coffee with a siphon is a fascinating and flavourful way to enjoy coffee. A coffee siphon, also known as a siphon or vacuum coffee maker, consists of two interconnected glass containers, a lower container for water and an upper container for coffee. This unique coffee preparation system uses the difference in pressure and gravity to create an intense and flavourful coffee experience. Using a coffee siphon requires some patience and skill, but the results are definitely worth the effort. Using a coffee siphon allows precise control over coffee strength and flavour. This method emphasises the aromas and nuances of the coffee in a unique way and is therefore very popular with coffee lovers. Try it out and experience the fascinating ritual of making coffee with a siphon! 

Making coffee with a siphon is a fascinating way to enjoy an aromatic and flavourful coffee. A coffee siphon consists of two interconnected glass containers: a lower container for water and an upper container for coffee. The hot water vapour rises into the upper container, mixes with the ground coffee and is then drawn back into the lower container by the resulting vacuum. This process ensures a clear separation of coffee grounds and coffee and brings the flavours of the coffee to a new level. Try the syphon method to discover the unique flavour profiles of your coffees and enjoy an exceptional coffee experience.

IN ITALIA / ALL'ITALIANA

Even in the country of origin of espresso culture, there are coffee lovers who prepare their caffè with the coffee syphon.

IN ITALIA / ALL'ITALIANA

Even in the country of origin of espresso culture, there are coffee lovers who prepare their caffè with a coffee syphon. However, these are the exception: most Italians make their espresso at home using the traditional moka pot.

TIPS

These instructions may seem too complicated when you first read them, but this is deceptive. Once you've got the hang of it, making coffee with the coffee syphon is a simple and wonderful ritual. Take some time to practise the syphon coffee preparation method for your first few attempts. It's worth it!