There are a few ways to make coffee at home. However, it depends on people as some love black coffee whereas some love it with milk. Arguably the best method is the pour-over method.
First, boil water in a kettle. Grind the beans to a uniform consistency similar to granulated table salt. Meanwhile, put a filter in the brewer and rinse with hot water as well. This helps to remove the papery residue on the filter and warms up the brewer, keeping your coffee hot for a long time. Discard the water used for rinsing.
Later, add the grounds to the filter, making sure the surface is level. When the water is between 195°F and 205°F, slowly and steadily pour enough water over the grounds to saturate them completely and stop pouring before the coffee begins to drip through. Then slowly pour in the remaining water, keeping the water in the dripper between half and three-quarters full which will take 3 to 4 minutes max. Carefully remove the filter, then serve and enjoy your coffee.
In this method, first, boil water in a kettle. Use the same process and add the grounds to the French press. The grounds should be equal in size, without a lot of fine grit. Now, when the water is between 195°F and 205°F, add it to the French press and stir it vigorously into the grounds and also brew for about 4 minutes, then slowly plunge the press, separating the grounds from the coffee and enjoy alone or with your loved ones or guests.
On a hectic morning, nothing can beat a cup of coffee. Then grind the beans to a uniform consistency and transfer the grounds into a filter, then place in the drip machine and swivel water spout over the centre of the grounds. After that, pour clean water into the back of the machine and press the on button. As soon as the coffee is finished brewing, turn the machine off.