Aeropress

AEROPRESS BREW GUIDE 

possibly the easiest and most convenient way to brew coffee at home or on the go. A must have  brewer for weekends away and camping trips, not only because of how small it packs away but  because it can make a seriously tasty brew! 

ESSENTIAL GEAR 

Luckily that almost everything you need to brew amazing Aeropress comes with the original unit. But as a checklist, make sure you have the following; 

Aeropress 

Filter papers 

Scales 

Grinder 

Coffee beans 

Kettle 

PREPARATIONS 

Get the kettle on the boil and grind out your coffee beforehand. I like to use 13g of medium grind  size filter coffee to 200ml of water. 

LETS BREW! 

  1. Add your filter paper to the Aeropress cap and thoroughly rinse with your hot water. We like to  use 96degree water temperature 
  2. Put the plunger rubber stopper in up to about the #4 mark on the Aeropress 3. Invert the Aeropress and place on your scales so you can add your coffee and hot water 
  3. Preheat your Aeropress and then empty again before brewing (optional step, but  recommended) 
  4. Add your 13g of ground coffee to the Aeropress and tare the scales back to 0 6. Start your timer and pour in 200g of hot water  
  5. Stir for 5-10 seconds and ensure all coffee is saturated and well mixed  
  6. Add the cap with the filter paper 
  7. At the 1:30 mark on your timer invert your Aeropress onto the cup 
  8. at 1:45 start your plunge! Gently and consistently, this should take 15-30 seconds to complete  and all water should be pressed through 
  9. Empty and rinse your Aeropress then enjoy your filter coffee! 

BREW TIPS! 

-If your coffee tastes too weak or watery, try adding more coffee and a finer grind size -If your coffee tastes too acidic, try a longer brew time or a finer grind size 

-If your coffee tastes bitter try a quicker extraction or a coarser grind size 

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