Journey Into Coffee - Noob Makes a Chemex

 

Does the Chemex coffee brewer make good coffee? Let's hear straight from a coffee noob.

The Chemex makes an excellent cup of coffee, one that tastes just as good as the coffee maker looks. Of course, brewing great coffee does require some skill and expertise, because the entire process is done by hand.

A funny story… My friend, Tony has just begun his journey into the world of specialty coffee. He's the type who drinks coffee for just the caffeine buzz but we're trying to change his ways.

This is the second time he's brewed a handcrafted cup, and we wanted to get his opinion on what he thinks so far. I think it's pretty funny especially if you've been really into coffee.

This is not so much a useful how to type of video like we usually do, but I think it offers some entertainment and a different perspective on things that we may not hear very often anymore... especially if you're around other coffee people all the time.

Our Thoughts

We are pretty much straight forward with this. Not everyone will like to brew their coffee using a Chemex — and that’s okay. In my own point of view, Chemex is incredibly beautiful inside and out with its beautiful design. It’s highly flexible with the ability to tailor your brewing process. It suits best with my personality being obsessed with coffee and I want that clear, clean, and pure coffee taste.

On the other side, you may find it difficult to use as a beginner. It takes practice but it’s all worth it. Well, that’s why we’re here. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask and we’ll immediately respond.

So does the Chemex make good coffee taste better? Definitely. It is a favorite pour-over coffee brewing method for many. It’s a no-brainer for a coffee novice, the Chemex is an excellent coffee brewing method that is right for your budget and yet taste better.

There are four models of the Chemex: 3-cup, 6-cup, 8-cup, and 10-cup. So, why not pick the ideal size for your needs and share it with the whole family?

 

 

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