Step by step instructions
Boil the water and prepare the AeroPress Bring enough water to the boil to rinse the AeroPress filter and make the coffee. Place one of the round filter papers in the filter holder of the AeroPress.
Weigh the coffee and grind it fresh Weigh 15 grams of coffee. Grind the coffee fresh. The grind should be rather fine, in the middle between espresso grind and filter grind.
Prepare the AeroPress Insert the AeroPress stamp into the brewing cylinder. You can moisten the rubber top of the stamp a little to make it easier to move. Turn the AeroPress on a scale so that the brewing cylinder is facing up.
Add coffee and some water Add the ground coffee and tare the scales. Add 30 ml of water (about twice the amount of water compared to coffee). Step 5: stir and let steep Gently stir a little to bring the coffee evenly into contact with water. After stirring, let the coffee steep for about 30 seconds.
Add remaining water Fill the rest of the flower cylinder with hot water (about 160 ml) and let the coffee steep for another minute.
Rinse filter paper In the meantime, rinse the filter paper with hot water so that it loses its taste and the brew head gets a little temperature. If you rinse it over the container in which you want to fill the coffee, it will also be warmed up immediately.
Stir well! After this minute, stir well 10 more times.
Push coffee through the filter Place the brew head on the brew cylinder and gently screw it tight. Caution, hot water! Carefully turn the AeroPress over and place it on the container in which you want to pour the coffee. Caution: Coffee will run out immediately! Then carefully press the stamp into the brewing cylinder with about 15 kilograms of pressure. If it's too easy, your grind was probably too coarse; if it's too difficult for you, the grind was too fine. Step
As soon as the AeroPress begins to dribble, there is no more water and your AeroPress coffee is ready.