- 15g Medium Ground Coffee (slightly finer than V60)
- 250ml Filtered Water
- 2:30-3:00 Brew Time
- Aerobie Aeropress
- Gooseneck Kettle
- Aeropress Filter
Boil your kettle, ideally to around 95-97 degrees.
Assemble the AeroPress by placing a filter paper in the black cap, and screwing into place on the brewer. Make sure to use some of your boiling water to rinse the filter paper.
Weigh out 15g of coffee and grind to a medium coarseness and add to your aeropress.
Once you’ve poured all your water, stir your coffee, and add the plunger to your Aeropress but do not apply any pressure yet.
Start your timer, and begin pouring 250ml quickly.
Place your Aeropress on top of your decanter and scales, and tare.
Remove from the scale and leave to brew for around 2 minutes.
After 2 minutes of brewing, begin plunging down slowly until you hear a hissing sound. You want to aim for a 30 second plunge.
Remove the cap from the bottom and discard your coffee.