The filtered coffee method is one of the most widely used around the world. Filtered coffee has one great advantage. You are in complete control of its preparation and can adjust it to your taste preferences.
Did you know that one in two Americans own a filter or drip coffee machine? The filter method is also popular in the Nordic countries, but also in neighbouring Germany, for example. The resulting taste of filtered coffee has a milder flavour and aroma, because the flowing water does not completely extract the coffee.
Despite its mild taste and aroma, most people associate the word 'strong' with filter coffee. However, everyone's idea of 'strong' coffee is slightly different. For some, the coffee has to be dark enough to appreciate its flavour. Others look for fullness and richness in their coffee. So what is it? In today's article, we'll explain how to identify strong coffee and how we can adjust our coffee preparation to get the strength and flavor we prefer.