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An Organic Filter from Merito

January 1, 2013

Filter Coffee often gets flack in New Zealand for being a coffee brewing method surpassed by espresso. To challenge that, we would like to suggest trying some of the lighter, single origin coffees through the filter, whether it be a Hario V60 Pourover or a Swiss Gold.

 

The lighter roasting makes room for the flavours of the coffee to shine, the filter method is a softer process than espresso, so the delicate subtleties of the coffees come through. There is a distinct difference in taste from cup to cup.

 

The benefit of using specialty coffees is the heightened quality of flavour in the cup. Today we try Merito’s Peruvian Organic through Swissgold. We taste the nutty and fruity flavours we were hoping to find.

 

New Zealand Coffee

 

Roaster: An Organic Filter from Merito

Filter Coffee often gets flack in New Zealand for being a coffee brewing method surpassed by espresso. To challenge that, we would like to suggest trying some of the lighter, single origin coffees through the filter, whether it be a Hario V60 Pourover or a Swiss Gold.

 

The lighter roasting makes room for the flavours of the coffee to shine, the filter method is a softer process than espresso, so the delicate subtleties of the coffees come through. There is a distinct difference in taste from cup to cup.

 

The benefit of using specialty coffees is the heightened quality of flavour in the cup. Today we try Merito’s Peruvian Organic through Swissgold. We taste the nutty and fruity flavours we were hoping to find.

 

New Zealand Coffee

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