The Aeropress, this peculiar and lovely device was perfected by the inventor and engineer Adam Adler. This preparation uses manually generated pressure and delivers a rich, espresso like coffee.
Medium to fine grind
Burr coffee grinder
Cup (150-300 ml)
15gr coffee; 240 ml water
Heat the water at a temperature between 92 ° C and 96 ° C.
Insert a paper filter into the AeroPress’s detachable plastic cap and rinse it with hot water.
Place it on your scale with the flared end up, then tare the weight. The numbers should appear upside-down. Add the desired amount of ground coffee and tare again.
Pour the freshly boiled hot water completely saturating the grounds. Give it a stir to make sure the coffee is saturated.
Fasten the cap, ensuring it locks into the grooves tightly. Wait about 1:15 min.
Flip the whole assembly over with haste and control.
Position it atop your brew vessel and begin applying downward pressure. This will take about 20-30 sec. Your coffee is fully brewed once it begins to make a hissing sound.
Remove the appliance from the cup.
Serve the coffee.