EASY AEROPRESS RECIPE
When it comes to the morning routine, we think about coffee as a ritual with its’ own essence. No rules can restrain a ritual as we are the only one who know how to spin the magic wand. Down below you will see our time-tested recipes with no intention to interrupt yours.
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Lets measure and grind
Measure and grind a handful of coffee, that's about 14g-16g. Try to grind coffee as fine as table salt, fine grind will extract more fast, coarser grind the slower.
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If you're using Porlex or Hario hand grinder with ceramic burrs, turn 5 clicks from zero.
Comandente grinder - 13 to 15 clicks.
*Zero - the finest setting when burrs are touching and don't turn.
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- Insert a filter into the AeroPress's detachable plastic cap. Use hot water to wet your filter and cap. This removes unpleasant paper taste.
- Fasten the cap, make sure it sits tight. Place Aeropres on the mug and add coffee grounds.
- The water should be around 85-90C degrees. Pour half of the Aeropress fast. Stir or spin the Aeropress for a few times.
- After pouring the water, insert the plunger and pull it up to stop dripping. Wait 1 min.
To extract coffee evenly we insert the plunger and pull it up. It creates vacuum in the Aeropress and keep water without dripping out. Give it a spin or two to increase extraction .
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Slow and easy
After one minute, press the plunger. Keep pressing for 30 s.
When you hear "hssss" - you're done! Pull it all the way down to squeeze the grounds.
Remove Aeropress, add 50-100 ml of hot water and your dark beverage is ready.
Unscrew the cap and pop out the coffee grounds and filter. Clean the rubber plunger with hot water and you’re ready for your next brew.
last but not least