Aeropress

Receipe

  • 15g Medium Ground Coffee (slightly finer than V60)
  • 250ml Filtered Water
  • 2:30-3:00 Brew Time

Equipment

  • Aerobie Aeropress
  • Gooseneck Kettle
  • Aeropress Filter
  • Scales
  • Decanter
  • Timer
  • Stirrer

Step 1

Boil your kettle, ideally to around 95-97 degrees.

Step 2

Assemble the AeroPress by placing a filter paper in the black cap, and screwing into place on the brewer. Make sure to use some of your boiling water to rinse the filter paper.

Step 3

Weigh out 15g of coffee and grind to a medium coarseness and add to your aeropress.

Step 6

Once you’ve poured all your water, stir your coffee, and add the plunger to your Aeropress but do not apply any pressure yet.

Step 5

Start your timer, and begin pouring 250ml quickly.

Step 4

Place your Aeropress on top of your decanter and scales, and tare.

Step 7

Remove from the scale and leave to brew for around 2 minutes.

Step 8

After 2 minutes of brewing, begin plunging down slowly until you hear a hissing sound. You want to aim for a 30 second plunge.

Step 9

Remove the cap from the bottom and discard your coffee.

Step 1

Boil your kettle, ideally to around 95-97 degrees.

Step 2

Assemble the AeroPress by placing a filter paper in the black cap, and screwing into place on the brewer. Make sure to use some of your boiling water to rinse the filter paper.

Step 3

Weigh out 15g of coffee and grind to a medium coarseness and add to your aeropress.

Step 4

Place your Aeropress on top of your decanter and scales, and tare.

Step 5

Start your timer, and begin pouring 250ml quickly.

Step 6

Once you’ve poured all your water, stir your coffee, and add the plunger to your Aeropress but do not apply any pressure yet.

Step 7

Remove from the scale and leave to brew for around 2 minutes.

Step 8

After 2 minutes of brewing, begin plunging down slowly until you hear a hissing sound. You want to aim for a 30 second plunge.

Step 9

Remove the cap from the bottom and discard your coffee.