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FRENCH
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POUR
OVER

DRIP
COFFEE

ICED
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Coffee Fundamentals

 

 

Coffee Fundamentals #1 - Freshness

Always store your coffee in an airtight container away from light, heat and moisture.

 

Coffee Fundamentals #2 - Grind

Choosing the right Starbucks grinds for your brewing methods.

 
 
 

 

Coffee Fundamentals #3 - Proportions

Measuring the optimal proportion of coffee grinds to water for the perfect cup of coffee.

 

Coffee Fundamentals #4 - Water & Temperature

The ideal temperature and water to brew your perfect cup of coffee.

 
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French Press

 
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Grind and measure
Use coarse ground coffee that resembles sea salt in your press, and measure 2 tbsp per 6 oz of water.

TIP: Coffee is like produce. Buy in small quantities to enjoy at peak freshness.

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Add hot water
Fill the press with boiling water. Make sure to saturate all of the grounds.

TIP: For best possible flavour, use filtered or bottled water.

 
 

 
 
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Place plunger and brew
Put the plunger back on the press without pushing it down, and let the coffee brew for 4 minutes.

 

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Press and pour
Gently push down the plunger until it reaches the bottom of the press, and enjoy.

 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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Pour Over

 
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Measure and boil
Boil 6 ounces of water per cup of coffee, plus a little extra for rinsing the filter.

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Pre-moisten filter
Rinse the paper filter with hot water; discard rinse water.

 
 

 
 
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Grind and Measure
Use a relatively fine grind (like granulated sugar); 2 tbsp of coffee per 6 oz of water.

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Pour and pause
Using water just off the boil, fill cone halfway to saturate the grounds. Let bloom for 10 seconds, allowing the coffee to hydrate evenly.

 
 

 
 

Complete pour & enjoy
Slowly add the rest of the water, pouring in small, steady circles to cover grounds.


TIP: It should take about 3 minutes to make a cup.

 
 
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Drip Coffee

 
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Choose the right grind
For a flat bottom filter, use a medium grind that resembles sea salt. Cone filters use a finer grind that resembles granulated sugar.

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Measure up
Use 2 tbsp of freshly ground coffee for every 6 oz of water.

 
 

 
 
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Brew and enjoy
TIP: Brewed coffee is always best fresh, so make as much as you’ll enjoy in a sitting. Reheating coffee can dull the flavour.

 
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Iced Coffee

 
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Ideal Grind
Use a coarse grind, like sea salt .We recommend Starbucks® Breakfast Blend. 

Tip: Use a bright, acidic coffee. Pouring hot coffee over ice brings out the acidity, enhancing the flavour.

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Double it up
Use twice as much coffee: 4 tbsp of coffee for every 6 oz of water.

Tip: Use a bright, acidic coffee. Pouring hot coffee over ice brings out the acidity, enhancing the flavour.

 
 

 
 
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Brew time
Brew for 4 minutes, use your phone to time it.

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Serve over ice
As the ice melts it dilutes the coffee to balance it perfectly .

Tip: Pour immediately over ice in a heat-proof glass. The melting ice ensures proper dilution for perfect strength.

 
 

 
 
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Customize
Add milk, simple syrup or a scoop of ice cream to your taste.

 
 
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Rewards Brewing

Now earn Star Rewards on your grocery aisle coffee purchase.

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Shop for the weekend

Bring your favourite roast and format home this weekend.

 
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