Techniques, for example:
In this straightforward practice, hot water is flowed over coffee grinds—creating a pure, delicate extract that brings the bean’s flavor profile into clear focus. Although it sounds easy, getting this right requires some skill: A barista moistens the grinds so that they release their gases (this is called 'blooming'), before covering them with a slow and steady stream of water, poured in concentric circles.
I mean, where to start? This is a description of ...but:
* This is "practice," right? Like yoga practice. It's not just pouring hot water over grounds to make a cup of coffee.
* "Flow" is used, possibly for the first time, as a transitive verb.
* "...sounds easy". Yes. Yes, it does.
* "moistens the grinds so that they release their gases". I can confirm that. If you pour hot water on coffee grounds, you get this smell of coffee. Works every time.
* "poured in concentric circles". I don't even believe that. I admit, that sounds difficult. I wonder if you start with a large circle and get smaller, or vice versa.