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Brew Guides:


Equipment Needed

  • Aeropress
  • Paper filter
  • Freshly roasted coffee beans
  • Kettle
  • Timer
  • Stirrer

This method involves placing ground coffee beans in a paper or metal filter that sits in a plastic tube. Hot water is poured over the coffee, and then a plunger is used to create pressure and extract the coffee into a cup.

The Aeropress method is known for producing a clean, smooth cup of coffee with low acidity. It's a great option for those who enjoy a milder cup of coffee.


  1. Boil water in a kettle and let it sit for a few seconds to reach the ideal temperature of 80-85°C.
  2. Place a paper filter in the Aeropress and rinse it with hot water to remove any paper taste. Discard this water before brewing.
  3. Grind 15 grams of freshly roasted coffee beans to a medium-fine consistency (like table salt).
  4. Place the Aeropress on a scale and add the coffee grounds.
  5. Pour 50 grams of hot water over the coffee grounds, making sure to saturate them evenly. Wait for 15 seconds to allow the coffee to degas (called blooming).
  6. Slowly pour the remaining 240 grams of hot water onto the coffee grounds.
  7. Stir the coffee for 10 seconds to ensure even extraction.
  8. Place the plunger on the Aeropress and let the coffee steep for another 1 minute.
  9. After 1 minute, press the plunger down slowly.
  10. Pour coffee into your mug and enjoy!


  • Use freshly roasted coffee beans for the best flavor.
  • Experiment with different coffee-to-water ratios and grind sizes to find your preferred taste. The most popular is 1:13 (15g:240g)
  • Use a scale for greater precision and consistency.