AeroPress Methods

 

Lightweight, portable, and durable, this innovation from Aerobie, Inc. (same company that invented Frisbee) is loved by people who make coffee at home or on the go. It offers great coffee quickly. Expect a brew of full body, very bright, with lofted fragrance — and plenty more.

AeroPress is one of two brewing devices to have its own world championships.

This is the most forgiving brewer. You can brew using a wide range of grinds and dosage and still make excellent coffee. Flip it upside down, and it excels in a different way — more body. This device produces the best of both worlds in brewing, big body in a clean cup with bright notes.

The flavors are dramatic, price is reasonably low ($30), process is fast and the body and fragrance is not to be missed.

If you had to choose one brewer, choose AeroPress.

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Coffee: 35g (1.2 oz)

Grind: [fine] 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 [coarse]

Water: 350g (12 oz) @ 195F

Filter: Paper

Total Time: 1:30

  1. Put coffee grind into your AeroPress
  2. From 0:00 to 0:15, add 150g (5.3 oz) water
  3. Stir gently 20 seconds
  4. Put pre-wet filter cap in place
  5. Wait 30 seconds, then flip the AeroPress and place on cup
  6. Press down on the plunger until you hear air release. You should have about 90ml (3 oz) of the concentrated brew (4.5% TDS)
  7. Add rest of the hot water to your cup

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Coffee: 30g (1 oz)

Grind: [fine] 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 [coarse]

Water: 230g (8.2 oz) @ 180F

Filter: Both Metal & Paper

Total Time: 2:30

  1. Put the metal filter, then pre-wet paper filter, into filter cap
  2. Place filter cap onto the brewer and add the coffee
  3. Add 75g (2.7 oz) water at 187F, and then stir five times
  4. Wait 45 seconds
  5. Add 75g (2.7 oz) water at 187F, and then stir five times
  6. Put the plunger into place, and the entire device on coffee cup and wait for one minute
  7. Press down on the plunger until you hear air release
  8. Add rest of the hot water to your cup

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Coffee: 17g (0.6 oz)

Grind: [fine] 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 [coarse]

Water: 198g (7 oz) @ 190F

Filter: Paper

Total Time: 2:00

  1. Put pre-wet filter into filter cap
  2. Place filter cap onto the brewer and add the coffee
  3. Add half the water, then stir six times
  4. Wait 15 seconds
  5. Add the rest of the water, stir gently
  6. Put the plunger into place, and the entire device on coffee cup and wait for one minute
  7. Press down on the plunger until you hear air release

Inverted

Coffee: 25g (1.2 oz)

Grind: [fine] 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 [coarse]

Water: 350g (12 oz) @ 195F

Filter: Paper

Total Time: 1:30

  1. Put coffee grind into your AeroPress
  2. From 0:00 to 0:15, add 150g (5.3 oz) water
  3. Stir gently 20 seconds
  4. Put pre-wet filter cap in place
  5. Wait 30 seconds, then flip the AeroPress and place on cup
  6. Press down on the plunger until you hear air release. You should have about 90ml (3 oz) of the concentrated brew (4.5% TDS)
  7. Add rest of the hot water to your cup

AeroPress Methods

Lightweight, portable, and durable, this innovation from Aerobie, Inc. (same company that invented Frisbee) is loved by people who make coffee at home or on the go. It offers great coffee quickly. Expect a brew of full body, very bright, with lofted fragrance — and plenty more.

AeroPress is one of two brewing devices to have its own world championships.

This is the most forgiving brewer. You can brew using a wide range of grinds and dosage and still make excellent coffee. Flip it upside down, and it excels in a different way — more body. This device produces the best of both worlds in brewing, big body in a clean cup with bright notes.

The flavors are dramatic, price is reasonably low ($30), process is fast and the body and fragrance is not to be missed.

If you had to choose one brewer, choose AeroPress.

Inverted

Coffee: 35g (1.2 oz)

Grind: [fine] 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 [coarse]

Water: 350g (12 oz) @ 195F

Filter: Paper

  1. Put coffee grind into your AeroPress
  2. From 0:00 to 0:15, add 150g (5.3 oz) water
  3. Stir gently 20 seconds
  4. Put pre-wet filter cap in place
  5. Wait 30 seconds, then flip the AeroPress and place on cup
  6. Press down on the plunger until you hear air release. You should have about 90ml (3 oz) of the concentrated brew (4.5% TDS)
  7. Add rest of the hot water to your cup

upright

Coffee: 30g (1 oz)

Grind: [fine] 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 [coarse]

Water: 230g (8.2 oz) @ 180F

Filter: Both Metal & Paper

  1. Put the metal filter, then pre-wet paper filter, into filter cap
  2. Place filter cap onto the brewer and add the coffee
  3. Add 75g (2.7 oz) water at 187F, and then stir five times
  4. Wait 45 seconds
  5. Add 75g (2.7 oz) water at 187F, and then stir five times
  6. Put the plunger into place, and the entire device on coffee cup and wait for one minute
  7. Press down on the plunger until you hear air release
  8. Add rest of the hot water to your cup

upright

Coffee: 17g (0.6 oz)

Grind: [fine] 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 [coarse]

Water: 198g (7 oz) @ 190F

Filter: Paper

  1. Put pre-wet filter into filter cap
  2. Place filter cap onto the brewer and add the coffee
  3. Add half the water, then stir six times
  4. Wait 15 seconds
  5. Add the rest of the water, stir gently
  6. Put the plunger into place, and the entire device on coffee cup and wait for one minute
  7. Press down on the plunger until you hear air release

AeroPress Methods

Lightweight, portable, and durable, this innovation from Aerobie, Inc. (same company that invented Frisbee) is loved by people who make coffee at home or on the go. It offers great coffee quickly. Expect a brew of full body, very bright, with lofted fragrance — and plenty more.

AeroPress is one of two brewing devices to have its own world championships.

This is the most forgiving brewer. You can brew using a wide range of grinds and dosage and still make excellent coffee. Flip it upside down, and it excels in a different way — more body. This device produces the best of both worlds in brewing, big body in a clean cup with bright notes.

The flavors are dramatic, price is reasonably low ($30), process is fast and the body and fragrance is not to be missed.

If you had to choose one brewer, choose AeroPress.