FRENCH PRESS BREWING

The best home brew method for newbies.

Medium

Easy

Easy

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TIMING

Use a timer to avoid over-brewing. 

Break your crust after 4 minutes.

Wait another 4 minutes and enjoy.

WATER

The size of your press will dictate the maximum water level.

Remember to use a specific coffee to water ratio and adjust from there.

GRINDS

Use a coarse or medium grind.

AEROPRESS BREWING

The best home brew method for singles.

Medium

Easy

Easy

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TIMING

Use the inverted method to immerse your coffee for 1 to 2 minutes before flipping and pressing. 


WATER

The Aeropress can brew approximately 200ml of water at a time (enough for one person) so there is not much to worry about.


GRINDS

Using 15g of coffee will give you a perfect 1 to 13 coffee to water ratio each time. Start with a medium grind and adjust to your taste over time. 

AUTOMATIC DRIP BREWING

The best home brew method for multi-tasking.

Easy

Easy

Easy

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TIMING

Most machines are programmed to brew for a specific duration so you don't have to worry.


WATER

Most machines don't allow you to adjust water quantity.

Run a test to understand how much water is used in a typical brew cycle so you can use the right amount of coffee.

GRINDS

Confirm how much water your machine uses to brew in milliliters and then divide that number by 13 to get the amount of coffee to use in grams.


POUR OVER BREWING

The best home brew method for serendipity.

Difficult

Difficult

Medium

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TIMING

It depends on how much water you use and how quickly / evenly you pour it.

It depends on how much coffee you use and whether it is ground finely or coarsely.

A great pour over can take up to 10 minutes to make. 

WATER

Determine your preferred coffee to water ratio.

Use a gooseneck kettle to pour water over your grinds slowly and evenly.


GRINDS

Get your grinds just right. If they are too coarse then water will flow through too quickly resulting in a weak brew. If too fine then you risk clogging up your filter.

Stick to a coffee to water ratio and adjust over time. We recommend starting with 1 part coffee (g) to 13 parts water (ml).