Coffee has evolved a lot, from type of beans to preparation. One can go from the simplest brew to Artisan Coffee Art. Being visual with your coffee indulgence is very entertaining, hence, there had been an insurgence of coffee appreciation workshop around the metro, each aiming to enrich your coffee experience.
What’s in a good coffee?
Breville introduced their new brand ambassador, coffee artisan and barista instructor Dave Dource and recently held a coffee appreciation workshop during True Value’s Kitchen APPgrade event at Robinson’s Magnolia.
Dave says that much like wine, there is complexity in making and drinking coffee. To bring out the flavor and taste of coffee, you need Breville to achieve a proper extraction.
The event also highlighted on Latte Art and I got the chance to do a hands-on in preparing my own latte creation.
My household spends about 8 thousand/month on Coffee shop visits, an indulgence some may call it but hey, to each his own. I also purchase Coffee beans regularly with a spend of 3 thousand/month to complement my cravings.
“If you have expensive coffee (especially beans coming from different countries), you do not want to waste its flavor and taste. You need a proper equipment to extract that taste. You need Breville for that. With Breville’s espresso machines, you can adjust the temperature to get the right taste,” relates Dave.
Temperature requirement varies with different type of beans, High acidity beans needs lower temperature and vice versa. Breville can adjust on these parameters.
The BREVILLE® Coffee and Kettle line
With Breville, you can enjoy barista-like prepared coffee at the comfort of your own home anytime of the day.
The Compact Kettle™ may be small in size but big in features. It can hold one liter of water and boils it in 45 seconds. It has a stainless mesh filter and a soft open lid to prevent splatter.