Brew Guides

cup-iconone 8oz cup or
235 grams

chemex-iconaeropress
aeropress filter
burr grinder
pouring kettle
digital scale
timer
stirring device
mug

dose-icondose:
17-21 grams

grind-icongrind:
drip-fine

water-iconwater:
260 grams 201-205° F

brew-time-iconbrew time:
1 minute
45 seconds

steps-iconOne: Fill pouring kettle with hot water. Place paper filter in cap, rinse, and attach to Aeropress.Two: Weigh coffee to desired strength (17-21 grams) and grind.Three: Use the funnel to transfer coffee into Aeropress. Place on a mug, or server, and put on a scale.

Four: Start your timer and pour 260g of water in 25 seconds (to the ‘4’ mark). Remove mug, with Aeropress, from the scale.

Five: At 35 seconds, stir for 5 seconds.

Six: At 45 seconds, place the plunger on top and slowly press for 1 minute.

Seven: When the coffee bed looks dry, and nearly all the water is pushed out, ease up on your pressure.

Eight: Remove the Aeropress, open the cap, and push out the coffee grounds to clean up. Serve.

Brewing Tip: When pressing out the Aeropress, do not force the plunger down. A slow, steady press out is the key to a clean cup that is free of sediment. When nearing the end, and you can see coffee grounds, ease up on the pressure and stop when you hear a faint hissing noise. Do not push the plunger all the way down. There should be an air space of a couple inches between the plunger and the coffee.

Grind Tip NO. 1: If it is too hard to press out, your grind is probably too fine. If it is too easy, your grind is too coarse.

Grind Tip NO. 2: All grinders will produce a mix of course and fine particles – none are perfect, however, burr grinders produce far more uniformity. If your resulting cup is too strong and/or bitter, adjust your grind slightly coarser. If it is too weak and/or sour, adjust slightly finer.