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AEROPRESS

Who said you can't brew good coffee while on the road ?

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AeroPress is a fast brewing process, where pressure extracts flavor from the grounds, giving you richer and tasting coffee, free from sediments, no bitterness, and less acidity. Portable and  easy to clean.

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Aeropress

Invention

Manual coffee maker invented in 2005  
by Alan Adler.  

Brew time

2 min.

Things you need

Good Coffee, Gooseneck kettle, 
Grinder, Round paper filters, Stirrer.
Scale is optional. 

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Boil Water from 195°F to 205°F. Do not use boiling water as it will burn your coffee grounds, if you don't have a kettle with temperature control, boil water and let it rest for 30 seconds. 

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Use a  1:7  ratio  (for every gram of coffee add 7 ml of water). Or use the top of the markings as a guide. Adjust as desired. 

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Traditional or  Inverted Method ? You'll be the judge 

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Place the filter into the bottom of the brewing chamber and twist it. Now, place the brewing chamber, filter side down and on top of your cup. Add your coffee grounds. 

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Traditional Method

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After a total brew time of 45 and 90 seconds, place the plunger into the chamber and press it down. Plunge all the way down until the plunger just begins compacting the coffee at the bottom.

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Pre wet the grounds, then give it a good stir.
Pour the rest of the water.