What is the difference between filter coffee. Espresso from the machine?
STAND 11.4.2019 , 2:17 pm AUTHOR/IN Thomas Vilgis
filter coffee: hot water drips through the coffee grounds
The difference has to do with the extraction process. When you make filter coffee, you brew the coffee, so put relatively hot water on it. Then the water drips through the coffee grounds. The flavors are extracted in the process.
Espresso: high prere extracts less bitterness and caffeine
With espresso, the temperature is lower, but the water is forced through at high prere. This is better for the aroma because not as many bitters and not as much caffeine are extracted this way. The taste differs significantly due to this process. So thermodynamic parameters are crucial here – temperature. Prere – which you use to get something out of coffee in different ways.
Whether one or the other coffee is healthier, I do not dare to answer. It is always said that espresso is more digestible because it releases fewer bitter substances and caffeine. But I can not say anything about this.
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