Coffee brewing when and where it suits you!
Where would you like to brew your coffee? With Aeropress, you can always brew a fresh cup of coffee, whether it's at work, for classes or in nature - you just have to remember the good beans and water.
It is easy and fast to brew your favorite coffee as a filter coffee with Aeropress - if you are unsure how, you can follow this guide.
16g of coffee
180g water / 94°
3 minutes and 15 seconds
Add water to 92°C - you need 180 g for brewing, but add a little extra to wet the filter.
Use filtered water, as this will give you the best conditions for a transparent and flavorful coffee experience.
If you have a temperature-controlled pour-over kettle, keep the temperature at 92°C here to get the best out of the coffee. If the water is too hot, more is extracted than is good for the beans. If the water is too cold, you risk not getting the most optimal flavors out of the coffee.
Use the extra water to wet the filter if necessary in the screw lid for the brewer and put the filter in place in your AeroPress.
Use the hot water to warm up your coffee cup.
Grind your coffee fine to medium.
With a Wilfa uniform grinder, we recommend setting 30-32.
Do you find the coffee bitter and dry? Grind the coffee a little coarser.
Do you find the coffee salty and sour? Grind the coffee finer.
Pour the ground coffee into the Aeropress, place your Aeropress on a scale, reset it.
Pour all the water (180g) over the coffee so that all the coffee is covered.
If all the coffee is not wet, gently stir the coffee for optimal extraction.
Now replace the screw cap and turn your AeroPress over. Place it over a small jug or large cup and wait 40 seconds.
Slowly press the water through the coffee and the filter in 1 minute and 10 seconds - the coffee is now ready to serve.