Tips for brewing better
Brew guide - Aeropress
Perfect for the weary of large machines, want a small coffee brewer with them on the trip or the outgoing, or simply want a really good coffee.
17 g coffee
230 g water
Break time : 2 minutes
ADD TO THE FILTER AND RINSE IN WATER -Use hot water that rinse the filter better and heat up the filter holder. This also allows the filter to get caught and is not moving when you scrub the filter holder together with the Aeropressen.
PUT 17 G OF COFFEE DOWN. -Remember, always use fresh new ground coffee to invest in a mill so that the coffee can be ground directly to the brewery. Use a wave to weigh both water and coffee.
WET YOUR COFFEE WITH SOME OF THE WATER. -Think of the water directly running through the filter. So put the AeropPress onto your cup or the pot from the beginning. Then place everything on the balance and zero before you start pouring. Take care that the water is at the correct temperature, approximately 95 ° C. Then pour me 50 g of water. This will increase taste, evenness and experience. Everything will be better if you're careful when you make coffee.
MOVE YOUR COFFEE AROUND. -Think of hot chocolate : if you mix the chocolate powder with all the milk, it forms a lot of lumps. Instead of mixing with half the milk, stifles around, and then pours the rest of the milk, and all the powder blended with the solvent. The same thing you want to achieve here with the coffee.
FILL WATER UP TO THE EDGE Because the water directly starts to rink through the filter, it helps to use a wave throughout the whole brewery. A total of 230 g water will be used for our 17 g of coffee.
TURN ON THE PLUNGER -The drop stops when you put together the Aeropressen, and the coffee comes from a drip phase to an extraction phase. This is where you can experiment with different extraction hours. Start in about 30 seconds, and try out what's best for you!
PUSH ALL THE COFFEE OUT. Push the plunger down with even and stable pressure so the coffee is squeezed through the filter. Here too you can experiment with time, start with everything from
20 to 60 seconds. Feel free to use some body weight to save on the elbows that are otherwise taking their ass off by a raging o ergonomic position. Pick up your favorite cup if you haven't brewed right down into it.
Dosage brew coffee
The basic rule when we should be brew and dose coffee is to use 6 grams of coffee on deciliter water. Whether you dispense for bridge coffee, French Press, Chemex, V60 or Aeropress, you can use these guidelines. Here is a simple chart showing how much coffee we can use per deciliter water.
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