If you call yourself a Coffee Connoisseur, you better master this coffee maker. Its versatility will blow your mind.
Americano, Espresso, Cappuccino, Latte, and you can prepare almost all coffees with this gadget invented in 2005.
Making Coffee with an Aeropress.
Now let's check the Coffee Ratio:
- 18 grams of Medium Fine Ground Coffee
- 180 grams of water at 90°C or 195°F
*We recommend writing notes whenever you try a new way to prepare your coffee to track what you liked (or how to improve the next cup).
- Place the paper filter in the filter cap and twist the filter cap onto the chamber.
- Stand the chamber on the sturdy mug and put your ground coffee in the chamber.
- Shake to level coffee.
- Add hot water up to Level 1 in the chamber.
- Stir for about 10 seconds with a wooden spoon, preferably.
- Continue adding water up to Level 4 or reaching 180 grams in the chamber. (Use a scale if you have one).
- Insert the plunger and press gently, pausing when you feel resistance until the plunger reaches the ground.
- That's it!
- Enjoy a rich, full-bodied coffee! Due to the filter of this coffee method, you will discover the famous "silky body" or buttery feeling in the mouth, complex and savory.
Facts about the Aeropress.
The name Aeropress comes from the air pressure that pushes the coffee down. The Aeropress uses three infusion systems simultaneously: drip, immersion, and pressure.
That is why it allows you to play with all the parameters that influence the extraction of coffee.
You can play with coffee ratios, ground types, and temperatures, try the inverted method, even use a double filter, make an espresso-like drink using 1/4 of the water of this recipe, and so on.
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