How to brew an AeroPress

Wanting to discover something new and innovative for your daily cuppa?

  • It is a relatively modern invention.
  • Involves immersion of coffee within a chamber for brewing, followed by a plunging process that is utilized for extra coffee extraction.
  • Produces a rich, and acidic cup of coffee with a lot more body than those produced by other brewing methods.
  • Produces espresso-strength coffee.

Go on, give it a try. You’ll thank us later.  Here’s what you’ll need:

  • 1 Aeropress
  • Aeropress filter paper
  • 1 grinder (if necessary)
  • 1 scale
  • 18-20g of Medium/Fine Ground coffee
  • 1 kettle
  • 250ml of filtered water

STEPS

1.

  • Grind the coffee to a medium/fine ground.
  • Use water of around 90°C

 

2.

  • Place the filter into the plastic cap.
  • Rinse your filter and cap with warm water to eliminate the paper taste and get things warmed up and ready to go. 

3.

Inverted method

We will set the AeroPress upside down for this method.

  • Insert your plunger into the Aeropress until it’s at the top of the number 4 circle inside the brew chamber.
  • Add your ground coffee into the chamber
  • Add 50ml of your hot water for the pre-infusion process.
  • Stir the mixture for 30 seconds, allowing the coffee to extract into the water.
  • Give the coffee a gentle three stirs with the AeroPress’s paddle.
  • Add another 200 ml of water

4.

  • Place the filter cap on top and screw it on tightly.
  • Leave to brew for one minute.
  • Take your cup and place the mouth of it on top of the AeroPress.
  • Slowly flip both the AeroPress and the cup over, securing them both tightly to avoid any spillage. (The cup will now be underneath the Aeropress.)
  • Gently plunge the coffee down, until all of it has been filtered out of the chamber.
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You now have the perfect cup of coffee to enjoy.

BREW METHODS

V60 BREW

AEROPRESS BREW

ESPRESSO MACHINE

COFFEE ANNAN

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COLD BREW

MOKA POT BREW