Brewing InstructionsVietnamese PhinVietnamese Phin brewing is very popular in Vietnam. The Phin is known worldwide as an inexpensive, traditional, simple, and convenient brewer.Pour OverThere are different Pour Over techniques and setups. However, they all brew coffee following the same principle, i.e., pour hot water directly over ground coffee and let it flow through a filter.SyphonSyphon (or Siphon) was Invented in 1840 and has been refined several times to take its form today. The Syphon produces a stunning cup of coffee and is one of the coolest brewing methods.Moka PotMoka pot, invented in 1933 by an Italian engineer Alfonso Bialetti, brews coffee by passing boiling water pressurized at 1 to 2 bar through ground coffee.Coffee PressCoffee Press allows coffee’s natural oils to retain in the brew instead of being trapped in the paper filter. The result is a flavorful and full-bodied cup of coffee.Espresso MachineCoffee brewed by Espresso machines entirely depends on the quality of machines and the quality of coffee. High-quality machines together with good beans will result in an excellent cup.Single-Serve pour over1864 CAFÉ® single-serve pour-over coffee is the combination of ORIGAMI – the Japanese ancient art of paper folding and MIRACRON ultra-fine fiber filters. It takes only 60 seconds to brew a delicious cup of coffee.Coffee BrewerThe automatic drip coffee makers are affordable and simple to use. Quality of the brew depends on the ratio of coffee to water. The standard ratio is 10 g of ground coffee to 180 ml of water.