How to make coffee with an Aeropress
Lightweight, compact, and perfect for brewing on-the-go! The Aeropress is fast, simple to use, and can make both filter and espresso-style coffee. Its versatility and consistency allows you to easily experiment with different brewing methods and recipes, making it perfect for both the beginner-brewer and expert barista.
What you'll need
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Pre-wet your filter paper and discard of the water. Measure out 16g of ground coffee and place it into the brewer. If you don't have a weighing scale, this equates to approximately 1 flat scoop using the Aeropress measuring spoon.
Bloom the coffee by pouring a small amount of water (approx 30-50g, or up to the number '3' on the Aeropress) over the grounds. Start your timer as soon as the water hits the coffee. Stir your coffee with a spoon.
Pour the remaining water into the brewer until it reaches 250g, or until the water level reaches just below the rim of the Aeropress.
After about 1 minute 45 seconds, give the coffee another stir and attach the filter to the brewer.
'Plunge' the Aeropress and extract the coffee into your chosen cup.
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