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Brewing Guides

What You’ll Need

  • Coffee
  • AeroPress
  • AeroPress Filter
  • Grinder
  • Scale
  • Timer
  • Spoon


Bring enough water to boil for your AeroPress and your vessel, 250 – 400 ml should do it.

Step 1

Put the Artisan Barista Filter in the AeroPress Cap.

Step 2

Weigh out 15 g coffee. Grind the beans fine, somewhere between Espresso and Pour over.

Step 3

Pour some of the hot water over the filter in the cap, to preheat the filter.

Step 4

Put 15 g of ground beans into the Aeropress.

Step 5

Altogether use 220 g of water. Start with double the weight of water compared to the coffee beans you used (30ml/g for 15 g of coffee). Stir it and wait for 30 seconds. The temperature should be 200 degrees fahrenheit (93.3 degrees celsius).

Step 6

After 30 seconds add the remaining water (190g/ml). After stirring it again, let it sit for 1 minute.

Step 7

Afterwards, screw on the cap with the filter.

Step 8

Then flip the Aeropress carefully. Maker sure no coffee runs out

Step 9

Then press down the plunger. Afterwards you’ll have a clean cup of Aeropress coffee, full of natural oil which every paper filter would filter out.