AeroPress Coffee Maker w/Tote

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AeroPress Coffee Maker w/Tote

35.00

The Aeropress is one of the most unique coffee brewers on the market.  It gives the brewer control of extraction time and adds the element of pressure.   Made from durable, dish-washer safe plastic, the Aeropress is easy to use and easy to clean.  There are hundreds of recipes and techniques used, making it a must-have device for the coffee scientist.  Experiment with different methods, grind sizes, and steep times. 

The pressure of an Aeropress will emulsify the oils present in all coffees, breaking them down fine enough to pass through the paper filter.  This accentuates the deeper, nuttier flavors while maintaining a crisp clarity.  

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RECIPE

Parameters:

  • Coffee: 20g (≈ 2.5tbs)
  • Filtered Water: ≈ 280g at 200°-205°F (≈ 60 seconds off-boil)
  • Grind: Fine (resembles table salt)
  • Time: ≈ 1:30 total

Equipment:

Preparation:

  1. Lock an Aeropress filter or Disk Fine into the bottom of the Aeropress.
  2. Warm the Aeropress and vessel with hot water.
  3. Weigh 20 grams of wholeseed coffee.
  4. Grind your coffee on a fine setting that resembles the consistency of table salt.

Brewing:

  1. Place the Aeropress onto a sturdy vessel that won't tip or break under pressure.
  2. Funnel the ground coffee into the brewer using the provided Aeropress funnel.
  3. Gently saturate the entire coffee bed with about 40 grams of water, starting a timer as soon as you begin to pour. You can gently swish the brewer to ensure saturation.
  4. After this 30 second pre-infusion, begin pouring with a full stream. Pour up to the top of the chamber, breaking up any visible clumps.
  5. After 1:00, insert the Aeropress plunger and press down with modest force. The press should take a total of 30 – 45 seconds.
  6. Unscrew the basket on the bottom of the brewer and knock the compacted coffee puck into the trash. Rinse the Aeropress immediately and enjoy!