水溫的重要 The Importance of Water Temperature
Is there a universal water temperature that can be used for all types of coffee? If you don't want to experiment with the different flavors that come with different water temperatures, you can use the same temperature for all batches. Alternatively, when testing the quality of each batch or each pot of coffee, you can use the same water temperature. For example, the temperature that I most often use for brewing tests is 85°C.
Water temperature is very important, and it's best to use a thermometer to know the exact temperature, even if you're pouring boiling water into a pour-over kettle. Or, if you're using a water dispenser that displays 100°C, you'll only know the actual temperature when you pour it into the pour-over kettle. Water temperature below 70°C will result in low extraction rates. If used to brew light roasted coffee, it will produce strong acidity, poor sweetness, and no mellowness. If you use water between 85-90°C to brew light roasted coffee, it will have pleasant acidity, good sweetness, and a richer flavor. Try changing the water temperature to taste the unpredictable changes in coffee flavor.
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