How To Use a Coffee Percolator

Percolator coffee pots are immensely fashionable, especially to those who want fresh, hot coffee, but do not have access to electricity to get immediate satisfaction for their coffee cravings. Mostly, outdoor lovers and campers take advantage of these kinds of coffee makers. Furthermore, because they use less water without electric, and the waste is kept to a minimum, they are often used by people with strict environmental concerns as well.

If you are considering to get a percolator coffee pot, but are not exactly sure how to use it, you have come to the right place. In this article, we will discuss exactly how to use the coffee pot and brew good coffee anytime, even when you are not at home.

The first thing you need to do is ensure that all parts and accessories of the percolator coffee pot is cleaned thoroughly. This is necessary for the first use or subsequent uses. You do not want any chemicals that may be present on a new pot to be in your coffee and you surely do not want any oils left from the previous use to remain either.

After you have ensured that it has been properly cleaned, you now have to prepare your coffee. The second step of using a percolator is to grind the coffee. The recommended grind is coarse. If the coffee beans are ground too finely your coffee will contain deposits. It is a good idea to use a high quality coffee grinder that ensures a uniform grind each and every time.

Now that you have cleaned the coffee pot and ground the coffee, you will need to assemble the percolator coffee pot together. The jug of the percolator should be filled to the suitable level with fresh water. You will then need to put the coffee you just ground into your brew basket. To get an idea of how much coffee you need within the brew basket you should use the following comparison: For each cup of water within the jug, place one tablespoon (rounded) of your ground coffee into the basket. The basket is then placed onto the jug.

Because it does not use electric, you will need to find alternative methods of heating the water in the jug. If you are outdoors, most people use a firepit, if indoors, a stove will work just fine. The boiling water is necessary to ensure great coffee. Typically, the cycle will only require about five to six minutes. However, ensure that you do not reboil the water as the coffee will be very bitter and rancid.

When you have finished with the above steps, toss the used coffee out of the brew basket and serve in coffee cups with your favorite additions. As you can see, using a percolator coffee pot is really easy and provides you with fresh, hot coffee, no matter where you are.

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