If you don’t have an espresso machine at home (and we don’t blame you if you don’t) there are many ways in which you can enjoy the perfect brew from the comfort of your home. The three brewing methods that we’ve outlined are simple, easy to follow and cost effective. But most importantly, they allow you to get the very best out of our special coffee. We also appreciate that everyone brews differently, and as such the following is intended as a guide. Please feel free to get creative!
Aeropress is our favourite way of brewing coffee at home. It’s super simple, clean and produces a great cup.Also, if you’re a traveller like many of the Bora team, you can pack your Aeropress easily in your case and enjoy Bora coffee on the road. Click here to see our Aeropress brewing method. We hope you find it easy to follow.Aeropress Method
For those of you wanting to get creative, you can always try the inverted Aeropress. Many swear by this method and believe the taste is greatly improved. The jury’s still out for us on whether it improves the taste, but we invite you to make your own mind up! Click here to try it!Inverted Aeropress Method
Pour Over (V60)
Regulars at Bora HQ in Solihull know we’re passionate and serious about making pour over coffee and our team of talented baristas love getting creative (and competitive!) when trying to make the perfect brew. Click here for a guide to how you can make amazing pour over coffee at home.V60 Method
Millions of tonnes of used coffee grinds end up going to landfill every year. At Bora, we firmly believe that little things can make a big difference. So, after you’ve enjoyed a delicious cup of Bora coffee at home, we recommend that you put your spent grinds to good use. Below are five innovative ways you can use coffee grinds and prevent them from ending up in landfill.How to Recycle Coffee