This post was updated on: December 7, 2019
Pour Over Coffee vs Drip Coffee
Every different person has a different taste and when it comes to coffee the diversity increases.
And thus there are several methods of brewing the coffee and yes they all extract a different taste. So change in the processes of brewing can lead you to different majestic flavors.
However, for now, we will discuss the two most common coffees the Pour-over coffee and the Drip coffee.
# Pour-over Coffee
The pour-over coffee is a great method of making oneself a cup of coffee traditionally. But do not get confused, I never meant traditionally means with those metal pots kept on the coal. Traditionally means just by pouring hot water over the coffee decently.
To extract the intense and deep coffee manually, you will need a filter, a mug, some freshly grounded coffee and some hot water.
All you have to do is get the filter over the mug and the water heated. Then get the fresh coffee ground into the filter and gently pour the hot water. You need to be slow and gentle and the best pour-over coffee is what you get.
# Drip Coffee
With the evolution in everything, there even was an evolution in drip coffee making.
The coffee machines were invented. And now we have drip coffee machines that readily offer us a great cup of coffee with a consistent flavor.
Here basically, the drip coffee is being made with the help of boiling water dripping over the coarsely ground coffee.
As you pour the boiling water it filters the ground substituting a great extract from the coffee. However, you need to have enough patience while the drip coffee is being extracted through this method.
Hence by performing this slower and intense process you, at last, get a cup of coffee that has more caffeine content than an espresso shot.
The reason behind is simple that the hot water poured on the ground coffee stays in contact for a much longer period making the extract stronger.
So I hope, you have already found out which one is better, right?
Of course yes! And if not, well, go through our explanation again and you'll surely figure out the answer.