Welcome to the tutorial blog on how to use the Siphon Coffee Maker!
If you are the one who loves beauty, attention to detail, and enjoys the art of coffee brewing, then the Siphon Coffee Maker will be an indispensable tool for you.
If you have come across this tool somewhere and are fascinated by how it works, in this video, iO Coffee will share with you how to use the Siphon Coffee Maker easily and most efficiently.
Whether you are a beginner with this coffee brewing method or a seasoned coffee lover, iO Coffee hopes this video will bring you excitement and useful knowledge, and inspire you to make a delicious pot of coffee with this tool.
And now, let's get started!
Siphon kit includes:
- Cover / Cap
- Upper chamber / Glass cup
- Lower chamber / Glass pot
- Handle and Bracket
- Heat source or Alcohol lamp
- Siphon kit.
- Kettle for boiling water.
- Amount of coffee used: 20g.
- Grind level: Coarse.
- Water TDS: 120ppm.
- Water temperature: 93 degrees Celsius.
- Step 1: Assemble the Lower chamber, Handle and Bracket. After that, pour 300ml of hot water into the lower lower chamber.
- Step 2: Soak your filter in a warm water bath for at least five minutes, drop it into the bottom of your siphon’s upper chamber, and hook to the bottom of the hopper’s glass tubing.
- Bước 3: Assemble the Upper chamber, Lower chamber, Handle and Bracket together.
- Step 4: Place Siphon Coffee Maker on the heat source.
- Step 5: Grind 20g of coffee to a coarse level, then add the coffee into the Upper chamber.
- Step 6: Turn on the stove. When the water starts boiling, it will automatically move up to the upper chamber.
- Step 7: Use a spoon to gently press down the coffee until it is evenly soaked in the water. Close the lid and let it sit for 1 minute and 30 seconds.
- Step 8: Open the lid, use a spoon to stir the coffee, and turn off the stove.
- Step 9: Move the entire siphon to one side. The coffee will gradually be drawn down into the lower chamber.
- Step 10: Unplug the Upper chamer, swirl the serve the coffee.
Siphon coffee is often described as fragrant, bold, and with a long finish, making it suitable for those who enjoy a technical experience. However, you can adjust the brewing parameters according to your taste by:
If the coffee is too sour: This is usually caused by a coarse grind or a short brewing time, resulting in the coffee not fully extracting all the flavors, making the sourness more prominent than other flavors. You should adjust the grind size to be slightly finer.
If the coffee is too bitter: You should check the brewing time, and adjust by using a coarser grind. Additionally, if the bitterness is unpleasant, like medicine, rancid, or astringent, it is likely that the coffee beans were over-roasted, or the quality of the coffee beans is poor. You can try a different supplier that suits you better, or look for a lighter roasted coffee.
If you want a stronger coffee: Grind the coffee a bit finer or use less water.
If you want a lighter coffee: You can adjust by using a coarser grind or adding 10-15ml of filtered water directly to the coffee.
So iO Coffee has completed a detailed article on how to use the Siphon, and up to now, iO Coffee still finds this tool very fascinating. What are you waiting for? Let's get started!
Oh, you can also check out the simple instructional video on iO Coffee's YouTube channel below: