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The trend of Siphon brewing, also known as vacuum coffee makers goes back in history to the 1830s through experimenting with vacuums, vapour pressure, a full immersion and low-pressure extraction. Siphon brewing is known for its scientific feel, yet it is a close to home hand brewing method for coffee lovers and baristas being one of the most organic hand brewing methods out there.
Siphons combine art and science to satisfy not only your tastebuds but also your visual inquisitiveness and are believed to bring about the best-tasting coffee.
The bottom chamber of a siphon coffee brewer gets filled up with water and the upper chamber filled with ground coffee. As the water heats up, vapour pressure sucks the water into the top chamber where the water submerges with coffee grounds. Vapour pressure disappears when the heat is turned off, and the water drops back with pure and crispy clean coffee, leaving no coffee sediments behind. The phenomena of gravity and vacuum are applied. This immersion coffee brewing method produces one of the best-tasting coffee and a coffee with full aroma.
Dramatic entries are as crucial as dramatic exists at a party. If you are looking for that extra mouthful of drama at your parties when you brew an after-dinner cup, siphons are the perfect partner for just that combining hand brewing techniques of french press coffee and drip coffee brewing.
Siphons extract the beauty of your coffee beans to the point where it traps the aroma of your choice of beans and leaves you with a flavourful and vibrant cup of coffee every time.