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AT-HOME BREWING

CHEMEX

Grind: Slightly coarser than drip

Time: 4 min

1. Run hot water through the filter. Drain completely.

2. Add coffee to the filter and start your timer.

3. Pour just enough water into the center of the cone to saturate the grounds evenly.

4. After 1 minute, slowly pour a third of the water in a spiral. Do not pour on the sides. Grounds should be evenly colored.

5. Repeat pouring 2 more times with a 30 second break in between. Enjoy.

FRENCH PRESS

It is the easiest way to make an excellent cup of coffee.

Coarsely ground coffee will make a heavier bodied cup.

Grind: Coarse

Time: 4 min

1. Put freshly ground coffee into French press. Start the timer.

2. Pour the water into French press halfway to the top. Stir the coffee 3 rotations. After the bloom has settled (in seconds), add water to the top. Put the top on, and start your timer for 4 minutes.

3. After 4 minutes, press the top and enjoy the best coffee of your life.

Use these parameters to brew great coffee:

  • Coffee: 20 grams or 3 heaping tablespoons

  • H20 Temperature: 201°F underboil by 30 seconds

  • H20 Vol: 10 oz/280 grams

  • Grind: Drip is medium fine & slightly larger than table salt. Coarse is sea salt size.

Key to Great Results: fresh high quality beans, the correct grind with a burr grinder, filtered water, timer, a clean filter.

AUTOBREW

“Drip” is the most common household coffee maker. We don’t recommend it unless it is a Certified SCAA Brewer. You can get great results with: fresh high quality beans, the correct grind with a burr grinder, and 200 degree filtered water.

Grind: Drip

Time | 4 – 5 min

1. Put water in coffee maker.

2. Put freshly ground coffee inside filter basket and start brewing.

3. After brewing, pour into your favorite cup and enjoy.

Use these parameters to brew great coffee:

  • Coffee: 20 grams or 3 heaping tablespoons

  • H20 Temperature: 201°F underboil by 30 seconds

  • H20 Vol: 10 oz/280 grams

  • Grind: Drip is medium fine & slightly larger than table salt. Coarse is sea salt size.

Key to Great Results: fresh high quality beans, the correct grind with a burr grinder, filtered water, timer, a clean filter.

AEROPRESS

Grind: Coarse

Time: 4 min

The specialty coffee industry uses the aeropress as a French press filtered with paper, which makes clean up easy.

1. Pull your aeropress apart into the open position. Place it upside down with the paper filter on top. Unscrew the top.

2. Put your coffee inside.

3. Start your timer. Add water half way to the top, and stir to saturate the grounds. Then, fill to the top of the aeropress with water and screw on the paper filter top.

4. At 4 minutes, flip it right side up and press into your cup.

Use these parameters to brew great coffee:

  • Coffee: 20 grams or 3 heaping tablespoons

  • H20 Temperature: 201°F underboil by 30 seconds

  • H20 Vol: 10 oz/280 grams

  • Grind: Drip is medium fine & slightly larger than table salt.

POUR OVER

Grind: Slightly Finer Than Drip

Time: 4 min

1. Place the cone on your waste cup. Fold filter at its seams and place inside the cone.

2. Run hot water through the filter. Drain completely.

3. Add coffee to the filter and start your timer.

4. Pour just enough water into the center of the cone to saturate the grounds evenly.

5. After 1 minute, slowly pour a third of the water in a spiral. Do not pour on the sides. Grounds should be evenly colored.

6. Repeat pouring 2 more times with a 30 second break in between. Enjoy!

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