Filter Coffee Machines
Filter coffee machines for home use
Filter coffee machines are a great way to make delicious coffee at home. They use a simple brewing method to extract maximum flavour from your coffee beans, resulting in a rich and full-flavoured cup of coffee.
If you love coffee, then you’ve probably heard of pour-over coffee machines. This type of coffee machine is becoming increasingly popular, especially among those who want to make a richer and more complex brew.
Pour-over filter coffee machines are the latest step in a long, storied tradition of brewing coffee in order to get the best possible cup. They work by heating up all the water you’ll need at once and then using a controlled pouring system to recreate the “pour-over” method of brewing coffee.
The pour-over method involves slowly pouring hot water over a bed of ground coffee beans. As the water passes through the grounds, it picks up all the oils and flavours, resulting in a cup of coffee that is rich and full-bodied. This method originated in Japan as a manual technique which involves pre-wetting the coffee, and then slowly pouring water over the grounds.
If you’re looking for a premium coffee maker that can make great tasting coffee at home, pour-over coffee technology may be right for you. If you are not sure, simply start with a V60 pour-over, an inexpensive entry to the exquisite world of pour-over filter coffees.
BEST POUR OVER FILTER COFFEE MACHINES
Sage Precision Coffee Brewer£259.96 Inc VAT
A superb 1.7L Drip Coffee brewer with the Precision Required to Brew Craft Filter Coffee, Automatically. Perfect for coffee lovers at home.
WILFA SVART COFFEE BREWER£450.00 Inc VAT
Developed by World Barista Champion Tim Wendelboe, the Wilfa SVART Precision coffee brewer is top of the class. A must have.
WILFA CLASSIC PLUS coffee BREWER£199.00 Inc VAT
The Wilfa Classic + is a black coffee maker equipped with a 1550w dedicated boiler and manual drip stopper to allow complete control over pre-infusion.
THE BEST COFFEES FOR FILTER COFFEE
Roaster’s Choice Speciality Coffee£3.20 – £24.90 — or subscribe and save 10%
A surprise delivery consisting of the very best of what is roasted this week. Subscribe to enjoy a range of speciality coffees, a different one each time.
Honduran Guara Roja Speciality Coffee£5.90 – £24.30 — or subscribe and save 10%
Honduran Guara Roja is a red honey processed coffee. A delicious mix of sweet & bright acidity with a juicy flavor that stands out with a complex aftertaste.Guara Roja is a red honey process Speciality co
Peruvian Lima Coffee£6.90 – £28.70 — or subscribe and save 10%
This beautiful Fair Trade and Organic Peruvian coffee is brought to us by Rony Lavan of award winning Lima coffees. A clean, sweet milk chocolate coffee with toffee and lemon flavours. Recommended!
Tutti Frutti Speciality Coffee£7.75 – £32.80 — or subscribe and save 10%
A refreshingly gentle UTZ certified coffee. Complex, sweet with floral notes and a stone fruit finish, this award winning coffee makes a superb pour over.
El Salvador Chalatenango Coffee£7.25 – £30.50 — or subscribe and save 10%
This beautiful coffee has been roasted to bring out the notes of caramel, red berries, lemon and milk chocolate. Ideal for espresso.
Kenyan Jowam Coffee£8.45 – £35.85 — or subscribe and save 10%
The perfect example of what the origin should be. Rounded body, creamy yet substantial acidity, delicately floral with lemon zest and blackcurrant notes.
Burundi Mutambu Coffee£8.45 – £38.85 — or subscribe and save 10%
This truly stunning Mutambu coffee bean is from Burundi where ideal conditions produce beautifully bright and sweet coffees. Enjoy notes of caramel, berries & nectarine.
Papua New Guinea Elimbari Coffee£8.45 – £35.85 — or subscribe and save 10%
A rich sweet coffee bean from Papua New Guinea roasted to bring out the Chocolate, Caramel & Treacle notes. Work across all coffee drinks, highly recommended!
WHY CHOOSE A FILTER COFFEE MACHINE?
One of the great things about pour over coffee is that it allows you tight control every aspect of the brewing process, from the grind of the beans to the water temperature. This means that you can really experiment with different flavour profiles and their nuances and find the perfect cup of coffee for your taste.
If you’re looking for a coffee machine that will help you make the perfect cup of coffee, then a pour over coffee machine is a great option. With a little practice, you’ll be able to brew a rich and flavourful cup of coffee that is sure to please even the most discerning coffee lover.
When it comes to choosing a coffee machine, there are many factors to consider. But if you’re looking for a quality cup of coffee, a filter coffee machine is the way to go.
- Filter coffee machines brew at a lower temperature than other types of coffee makers, which results in a more flavourful cup of coffee.
- The brewing process is also more consistent with a filter coffee machine, so you can be sure that each cup will taste great.
- Filter coffee machines typically have a longer lifespan than other types of coffee makers, so you’ll get years of use out of one.
So, if you’re looking for the best possible cup of coffee, choose a filter coffee machine. You won’t be disappointed.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Will there be a warranty on my filter coffee machine?
Many people wonder if they will be able to get a warranty on their filter coffee machine. The answer is yes! Iron & Fire offers warranties on all of their coffee machines and equipment. This means that if something goes wrong with your machine, you will be covered. So, if you’re looking for a reliable and durable filter coffee machine, consider Iron & Fire.
Which filter paper is best?
There are many types of filter paper available on the market, so how do you know which one is best for brewing filter coffee?
Generally speaking, natural brown filter papers tend to be the best choice for brewing filter coffee. This is because they allow more of the coffee’s oils and flavours to pass through, resulting in a richer and more flavourful cup of coffee.
Bleached white filter papers can also be used for brewing filter coffee, but they tend to produce a cup that is less flavourful and aromatic. If you do use bleached white filter paper, be sure to pre-rinse it with hot water before use to remove any possible chemicals that may be present.
Lastly, unbleached natural brown filter paper is also a viable option for brewing filter coffee. These papers have not been treated with chemicals like bleached papers have, so they will provide a cup of coffee that is closer in flavour and aroma to what you would get with natural brown filter paper.
What is the best filter coffee?
The best filter coffee usually comes down to the quality and roast of the coffee bean and also the equipment and method you use to make it. At Iron & Fire, we provide a wide range of premium filter coffee machines that perfectly complement our own freshly roasted speciality coffee beans. View our range to find your preferences.
Can you grind my filter coffee?
At Iron & Fire, we can grind your beans for you, but it’s recommended to look at investing in either a manual or electric grinder. Freshly ground coffee is always the best. We supply a range of premium manual and electric coffee grinders that deliver even and consistent grind every time. They’re fast and easy to use. View our range here.