Brew Aeropress

The AeroPress is a coffee plunger invented in 2005 by Aerobie president Alan Adler. The maker describes the result as an espresso strength concentration of coffee, but its most frequent use is more in the filter brew strength.

The AeroPress has shorter brewing time then the french press, and uses a paper filter giving you a full body, clean, complex cup of coffee. We really like the inverted method.

  • 200g boiling water
  • 14g ground coffee

Step 1

  • Boil fresh mountain water.
  • Grind your beans to a texture slightly finer than sea salt. Between espresso and filter grind.

Step 2

  • Assemble your clean AeroPress. Pre-wet the paper filter with hot or cold water.
  • Add your ground coffe.

Step 3

  • Add hot water to the top, and start a timer allowing 1:00 minute.
  • Stir grounds a few times to help boost extraction and make sure all coffee is in contact with the water.

Step 4

  • Fasten the filter cap. Flip the AeroPress over.
  • Position it on top of your favorite cup and apply downward pressure for 30 seconds. Allow coffee to cool a little before drinking which will help the flavours open up. ENJOY!