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Coffee Machine

 How to make best coffee with a coffee machine ?

The question "What is the correct way to brew coffee?" is among the most frequently asked questions. First of all,  " The best coffee is the coffee you like". Once we've clarified this issue, we can get into the details.

A must for brewing a good one is, without doubt, having a good coffee bean (roasted and finely ground to suit your taste) and a coffee machine that fits your needs. In this article, we will try to make suggestions on the appropriate fineness (or coarseness), roasting method, bean type and coffee machine. At the end of the day you will not look for coffee shops and the answer to the question "best coffee near me" will be your own home.

Therorically, it is made by grinding the beans and placing them in a filter and slowly pouring the water at a temperature of 92-95 ° C with the help of a coffee machine. 

While the soluble part of coffee flows through the filter with the water, the insoluble part remains in the filter. As it turns out, there is 98 percent of water in our cup.

How to Grind Beans

How to Grind Beans ?

Just before brewing, grind beans to the size of sand or granulated sugar with a burr grinder. If it is too thin or too thick, there will be differences in taste and aroma, as the time for the water to pass through the coffee will change.


So grinding at the correct coarseness (or fineness) is vital to match ideal taste.

Paper filters used in the coffee machine hold the oils contained in the coffee better than other filters.

Your bestie is almost ready !

Place the ground beans on the soaked filter, make sure the surface is flat, do not press on the coffee bed.

60 g of ground beans would be ideal for 1 liter of water. Infuse with water at a temperature of 92-95 °C for 5.30-7 minutes. Your most delicious bitter-free masterpiece is ready to drink.

In this article, we tried to help you make better tasting coffee at home. Hope it has been an informative content for you. If you want to learn about other brewing methods or different Arabica & Robusta origins, you can click on the relevant links.

Tips and Tricks

Tips & tricks that will change the way you brew at home.


Before brewing it is recommended to pre-heat / pre-wet all equipments. This is not a "must do", but so useful. If you wet the paper filter with hot water in advance, the paper will be purified from its bad smell.


Also it would be ideal if carafe was pre-heated before brewing. Pre-heated carafe retains temperature of your beverage longer. 

Water Quality

Also quality and pureness of water plays an important role while brewing at home. If possible, use filtered water.  


Water should be freshly boiled and not to exceed 95°C.

Quality of Beans

Quality of beans are vital. Prefer shade grown, organic, non-gmo and fresh beans, whether it is Arabica or Robusta.

Do Remember !

Consume your beverage in the carafe within a maximum of 30 minutes after brewing.


Once this time is exceeded, the taste will become bitter.

Single origins are generally preferred in coffee machine. The reason for this is the desire to discover aroma and flavors specific to that region.


Organic Matoke African beans would be perfect to break monotony. However, you can also create a blend that suits your taste. 



A unique blend of Kenya and Rwanda Arabica beans featuring an aromatic, smooth, well-rounded flavour.

An excellent choice for those who want to enjoy fruit flavor and experience unique African aromas in their coffee. Perfect with or without milk.


Result of ÉNKOLO's experience in the selection of the best beans from East Africa and a longer-lasting roasting.

Perfect for the real espresso lover who wants to enjoy an authentic Italian coffee shops experience.

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