An aeropress
Paper aeropress filter
Burr grinder
Filtered water
Stirring device
Mug or decanter
Ember coffee of your choice

Step 1


First, put your aeropress and cup on a scale. Bring filtered water to a boil. Thoroughly rinse paper filter to get rid of paper flavor.

Next, weigh out 18 grams of whole bean coffee. Grind the coffee a bit finer than filter drip (or use a grind that suits best for flavor and extraction).

Step 2


Pull water off of the boil, and wait 45 seconds to a minute, or until the water is 200-205 degrees F.

Start your timer, and quickly pour the water into the aeropress until it reaches 270 grams of water (near the top). Stir coffee.

Place plunger in just enough to seal the top, and keep coffee from dripping through.

Step 3


At 0:50, remove the plunger, and stir for five seconds. Place the plunger back on the aeropress to keep coffee from dripping through.

At 1:45, remove plunger and stir for 5 seconds. Place the plunger and slowly push down for 20 seconds, until you hear a hissing sound. There should be moderate resistance. If it's very difficult to push down, your grind is too fine. If it's very easy, your grind is too coarse.



For every coffee lover, brewing that perfect cup is a blend of artistry and precision. To guide you on this journey, we have an awesome printable brew guide for download below.