The Chemex is a manual pour-over style glass coffee dripper, invented by Peter Schlumbohm in 1941, manufactured by the Chemex Corporation in Chicopee, Massachusetts. Many prefer using the Chemex instead of other pour-over methods since the thicker paper of the Chemex filters removes most of the coffee oils and makes coffee that is much "cleaner" than coffee brewed in other coffee-making instruments.
Freshly roasted Ubora coffee (30 grams for a 16oz mug)
480 grams of hot water (between 198-205F)
Grinder (burr grinder preferred)
Chemex pour over brewer (dripper)
Note: If the brew is taking longer than 4 minutes, then adjust your grinder to a more coarse setting. If your pour-over is brewing too fast, then adjust your grinder to a finer setting.
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