BREW COFFEE AT HOME

Use a different method to prepare your coffee every day!

CHEMEX

What you’ll need:

  •  27 grams of coffee
  •  Chemex coffee maker  
  • Paper filter
  •  Scale
  •  Timer

Follow these steps to make your coffee at home:

  1. Boil 500 ml of water.
  2. Unfold the paper filter, and insert it into the top of your Chemex coffee maker. Wet the paper filter to reduce any potential for a paper or cardboard taste in your coffee and preheat the Chemex. Then pour the excess water out through the spout.
  3. Add 27 grams of medium-coarse coffee to the filter.
  4. Add 60 ml of water to cover the coffee grounds, pouring in the inner circle, and moving out in circles to begin the pre-infusion process. Then wait for 30 seconds.
  5. Start pouring the remaining water, starting with 210 ml, beginning in the inner circle and moving out in small circles to create turbulence and a constant pour. 
  6. Continue by pouring the remaining 100 ml of water in small circles to complete the brewing process, and let the coffee steep. Total pour time should take 4 minutes.
  7. Dispose of the filter and mix the coffee well before serving.

Note: This preparation method is just a suggestion. You can change the grind, the pouring technique, and the amounts of water and coffee to prepare your perfect cup of coffee. Be sure to write down the changes you make to the preparation process to repeat the next time you prepare your favorite cup of coffee!

 

AEROPRESS

What you’ll need:

  • 21 grams of coffee 
  • AeroPress coffee maker
  • AeroPress filter
  • Gram scale
  • Timer

Preparation:

  1. Boil 250 ml of water.
  2. Assemble the AeroPress with the filter in the filter cap.
  3. Soak it in hot water to reduce the paper/cardboard flavor in the filter.
  4. Add 21 grams of medium-fine grind coffee.
  5. Add 45 ml of water and stir gently. Allow it to rest for 30 seconds.
  6. Add the remaining 105 ml of water and stir again. Let it sit for another two minutes.
  7. Insert the plunger into the AeroPress and press gently for 15 seconds to extract all the coffee.
  8. Remove the AeroPress and add 40 ml of hot water (if needed). Enjoy your coffee!

Note: This preparation method is just a suggestion. You can change the grind, the pouring technique, and the amounts of water and coffee to prepare your perfect cup of coffee. Be sure to write down the changes you make to the preparation process to repeat the next time you prepare your favorite cup of coffee!

 

FRENCH PRESS

What you’ll need:

  • 20 grams of coffee
  • French Press
  • Gram scale
  • Timer


Preparation:

  1. Boil 350 ml of water.
  2. Add some of the water to the press to preheat it.
  3. Add the coarse coffee grind and soak in 40 ml of water. Stir a bit to make sure it is completely moistened as part of the pre-infusion process. Wait one minute.
  4. Add the remaining 260 ml of hot water and allow it to sit for four minutes.
  5.  Press the plunger down slowly, exerting steady pressure, and serve immediately in a mug.


Note: This preparation method is just a suggestion. You can change the grind, the pouring technique, and the amounts of water and coffee to prepare your perfect cup of coffee. Be sure to write down the changes you make to the preparation process to repeat the next time you prepare your favorite cup of coffee!

     

     

    V60 Craft Coffee Maker

    What you’ll need:

    • 30 grams of coffee
    • V60 craft coffee maker
    • Filter
    • Gram scale
    • Timer


    Preparation:

    1. Boil 400 ml of water.
    2. Place the filter into the V60, which should be sitting on top of a cup/jug
    3. Soak the filter in hot water to reduce the paper/cardboard flavor while preheating the cup/jug.
    4. Add the 30 grams of medium grind coffee and gently shake flat.
    5. Pour in 60 ml of hot water covering all the coffee as part of the pre-infusion process. Let it rest for 40 seconds.
    6. Pour in 290 ml of water in concentric circles to create turbulence. Let the coffee drip.
    7. Pour in the remaining 190 ml of water beginning on the outside and moving in with smoother motions to generate as little turbulence as possible.
    8. Let the coffee drip completely. Total pour time should take four and a half minutes.
    9. Remove the filter and mix the coffee very well before serving.


    Note: This preparation method is just a suggestion. You can change the grind, the pouring technique, and the amounts of water and coffee to prepare your perfect cup of coffee. Be sure to write down the changes you make to the preparation process to repeat the next time you prepare your favorite cup of coffee!

     

    ESPRESSO

    • What you’ll need:
    •  
    • 18 grams of coffee
    • Espresso coffee machine
    • Espresso grinder
    • Gram scale
    • Portafilter
    • Tamper
    • Timer


    Preparation:

    1. Wipe the portafilter with a clean, dry towel.
    2. Fill the portafilter with 18 grams of freshly ground coffee.
    3. Evenly distribute and pack/press the coffee exerting medium pressure on a flat surface.
    4. Drain the group head and adjust the portafilter inside the group. Begin the extraction with the continuous flow button.
    5. A slow drip will begin, followed by an even extraction until it becomes a white thread, and the extraction ends (30-45 seconds).
    6. Discard the coffee grounds and enjoy a delicious cup of espresso coffee.


    Note: This preparation method is just a suggestion. You can change the grind, the pouring technique, and the amounts of water and coffee to prepare your perfect cup of coffee. Be sure to write down the changes you make to the preparation process to repeat the next time you prepare your favorite cup of coffee!

     

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