The AeroPress was invented by Aerobie, remember, the “superdisc” that broke Guinness World Records when it soared 1,333 feet into the air. The same mastery of aerodynamics comes into play with this interesting device for brewing coffee.
what you’ll need
A Digital Scale
WET: 248ml water
WATER: 200° / 93-96°C
GRIND: A little bit finer than your drip grind.
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2. Use some of your hot water to wet your filter and cap. The water serves 2 purposes here: It helps the filter adhere to the cap while heating your brewing vessel. Be careful, the water is hot and the cap is quite small, pour the water very slowly so it can be absorbed by the filter.
3. Assemble your AeroPress (hopefully you know how to do this). Make sure the assembly is dry.
4. Place it on your scale with the flared end up and tare the weight. The numbers should appear upside-down.
6. Start your timer (if you have one). Add twice the weight of water than you have grounds (e.g., for 15 grams coffee, add 30 grams water).
7. Make sure the coffee is saturated evenly, tamping if necessary, and let it sit for 30 seconds.
8. Use the remainder of the hot water to fill the chamber.
9. After a minute has passed, stir the grounds 10 times
11. Once you’ve unscrewed the cap, you can pop out the filter and the puck of condensed grounds.
12. ENJOY YOUR COFFEE!