An AeroPress is not like the other brewing equipment available on the market. It is incredibly versatile and there are a myriad of different recipes and brewing guides.
Here is our bid to brew coffee on an AeroPress.
- POUR WATER OVER
- PREPARE THE AERO PRESS
- POUR FRESHLY GROUNDED COFFEE
- BLOOM POUR
- FULLY FILL WITH WATER
- RINSE THE PAPER
- TURN THE AEROPRESS
- “THE PRESS PHASE”
- ENJOY YOUR COFFEE!
POUR WATER OVER
Boil water. Pull out the Aeropress piston almost all the way out.
PREPARE THE AEROPRESS
Unscrew the filter holder and insert the filter into the holder.
POUR FRESHLY GROUNDED COFFEE
Fill the supplied spoon with coffee and stroke with one finger = 17g. Then put the coffee in the Aeropress.
Pour a little water on the coffee. Stir with the stirring stick and let the coffee rest for 20-30 seconds. This is called a “bloom-pour” that makes the coffee wake up and flourish.
FULLY FILL WITH WATER
Fill the Aeropress completely with water and stir again with the stir bar. Wait another 1 minute until the coffee is brewed.
RINSE THE PAPER
Rinse the paper filter with excess boiling water to remove paper flavor. Screw the filter holder onto the AeroPress.
TURN OVER THE AEROPRESS
Place a face-down coffee cup on top of your Aeropress. Turn cup and Aeropress in the same motion.
Gently squeeze the coffee into the cup. Stop when hissing sounds appear from the Aeropress – the sound of air through the filter.
ENJOY YOUR COFFEE!
Relax and enjoy your coffee.
If you want to dive even more into the history behind the AeroPress, and read about how the inventor Alan Adler came up with the idea – then read on here.
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