If you have a few extra minutes at the coffee shop, consider getting a more flavorful cup by ordering a pour-over coffee. It’s made by grinding the beans and then slowly pouring hot water over the beans to allow the coffee to drip into your cup.
The process brews a fresher cup than the drip method, and while it takes a little longer, it’s worth the wait.
Try the pour-over method for single-origin coffees at Bandit Coffee Co. in St. Petersburg’s Grand Central District. The taste of single-origin coffee reflects the region where it was grown.
– Keeley LaForme, B2 Communications