AeroPress Method

The Aeropress method is a relatively new and innovative way of making coffee that involves using a compact device to press hot water through coffee grounds, resulting in a smooth and flavorful cup of coffee.

To make coffee using the Aeropress method, finely ground coffee is placed in a paper or metal filter and inserted into the Aeropress. Hot water is then poured over the coffee, and the mixture is stirred to ensure even extraction. A plunger is then used to press the water through the coffee and into a cup, resulting in a quick and easy cup of coffee.

The Aeropress method is popular among coffee enthusiasts due to its ease of use, quick brewing time, and ability to create a clean and smooth cup of coffee. It is also highly portable, making it a popular choice for travelers and campers.

The Aeropress method allows for a high degree of control over the brewing process, with the ability to adjust the water temperature, steeping time, and the amount of pressure used during extraction. This results in a customizable cup of coffee that can be tailored to personal taste preferences.

Overall, the Aeropress method is a versatile and innovative way of making coffee that has gained popularity in recent years among coffee enthusiasts and casual drinkers alike.

Aero Press

What you will need

Bean to cup 5 Minutes
What you need
AeroPress brewer
AeroPress filter
1 AeroPress Scoop (17g or 2 ½ Tablespoons) of coffee
Hot water just off the boil (about 190°F)
AeroPress paddle or spoon

1. Measure and grind

Measure and grind 23-28g of coffee — Grind the coffee about as fine as table salt.

2. Prep the AeroPress

Get the AeroPress ready to brew by placing the filter in the basket. Next, preheat the brewer and rinse the filter with hot water. Heat up your mug with hot water while you’re at it.

3. Add coffee

Discard the rinse water from your mug. Place Plunder into the chamber and set AeroPress upside down. If it’s handy, use the funnel (or coffee loader) that comes with the AeroPress to add 17g of coffee. Then, remove the funnel.

4. Add water

In circular motion add 150g/ml (just off the boil or about 190°F) into your brewer. Saturate all the grounds within 10 seconds.

5. The press

Quickly twist on filter lid and flip onto your mug, gently press down with steady pressure, stopping as soon as you hear a hissing sound. This entire brew process should take just under two minutes and yield seven to eight ounces of coffee.

6. Add more water & enjoy!

Top off your brew with another 150g/ml of water

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