How to Brew Coffee in a Siphon

Siphon produces a delicate, tea-like cup of coffee.

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How to Brew Coffee in a Siphon Recipe
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All the gears you need

All the gears you need

2
Grain coffee

Grain coffee

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3
Start to grain

Start to grain

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Grain done!

Grain done!

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Filter and top chamber of the siphon

Filter and top chamber of the siphon

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Place the filter into the top chamber of the siphon

Place the filter into the top chamber of the siphon

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Let the chain fall down the tube and pull the chain down until you are able to attach the set hook to hold it in place.

Let the chain fall down the tube and pull the chain down until you are able to attach the set hook to hold it in place.

8
Add 3 cups of boiled water to the lower globe and put the heat source underneath.

Add 3 cups of boiled water to the lower globe and put the heat source underneath.

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Once the water start boiling, put the top chamber into the bottom chamber. *DO NOT push, else you won't be able to separate them later.

Once the water start boiling, put the top chamber into the bottom chamber. *DO NOT push, else you won't be able to separate them later.

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Add the coffee

Add the coffee

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Perform the 1st stir. Coffee should be saturated in 3~5 seconds.

Perform the 1st stir. Coffee should be saturated in 3~5 seconds.

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Do the 2nd stir after 20~30 second.

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Do the 3rd stir after another 20~30 seconds.

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Remove the heat, and the brew will begin dropping.

Remove the heat, and the brew will begin dropping.

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The drawdown should last for 30~60 seconds.

The drawdown should last for 30~60 seconds.

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Decant the brew from bottom chamber into another serving vessel.

Decant the brew from bottom chamber into another serving vessel.

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Enjoy your first siphon coffee and having a relaxing afternoon.

Enjoy your first siphon coffee and having a relaxing afternoon.

Ingredients

3 Teaspoons Coffee bean 
1 Siphon set 
1 Burner 
3 Cups Water 
1 Coffee grinder 
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