AeroPress Brew Guide

Perfectly balanced between Pour-Over and French Press

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The AeroPress is a remarkably diverse brewing method. Like any immersion-style method, you can choose a wide range of grinds and water weight and still make a great cup of java. Our ratios below reflect how we like to make the AeroPress, but then maybe you’re an AeroPress World Champion (a real thing!) and have your own nuanced method. Either way, the AeroPress makes a deeply satisfying cup that has the heavy body of a French Press but the cleaner cup of a Pour-Over.

Coffee: 16g        Water: 272g        Grind: Medium Fine       Total Brew Time: 1:45     Encore Grind Setting: 18

Requirements: AeroPress, kettle, water, coffee, grinder, timer, spoon     Brew Key: You can brew it upside-down too!

Standard Method

• Heat 272 grams of filtered water to 202 degrees
• Insert paper filter into plastic cap and saturate with water
• Set AeroPress on cup or server
• Add 16 grams of freshly ground coffee
• Pour 60 grams of water, let bloom for 30 seconds
• Pour remaining 212 grams in slow circular motion
• Stir briefly
• Set plunger into place
• At 1:45 press slowly press into cup

Inverted Method

• Heat 272 grams of filtered water to 202 degrees
• Insert paper filter into plastic cap and saturate with water
• Set plunger into AeroPress and turn upside down
• Add 16 grams of freshly ground coffee
• Pour 60 grams of water, let bloom for 30 seconds
• Pour remaining 212 grams in slow circular motion
• Stir briefly
• Snap plastic cap into place
• At 1:45 flip onto cup or server
• Slowly press coffee

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