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Aeropress Brewing Guide:

The Aeropress stands as a testament to simplicity and ingenuity, offering a range of benefits that make it a staple in coffee brewing. With its straightforward operation and minimalistic design, it grants you the freedom to experiment and customise your brews to perfection. Whether you prefer a strong espresso-like shot or a smooth, filtered cup, the Aeropress delivers with remarkable consistency. Its compact size and durable construction not only make it an excellent companion for travel but also ensure longevity and reliability in everyday use. Furthermore, the Aeropress boasts quick brewing times and easy cleanup, making it an ideal choice for anyone seeking convenience without compromising on quality. Its affordability and accessibility have fostered a vibrant community of coffee enthusiasts, continually pushing the boundaries of what's possible with this versatile brewing device.

Here are some of our tips for a great cup of aeropress coffee!

What You'll Need:


Aeropress filter

Coffee grinder



Stirring utensil

Mug or server



20g of freshly ground coffee beans (medium-fine grind)

200ml of filtered water (temperature: 90-95°C)

Step-by-Step Instructions:

Prepare Your Aeropress:

Place a paper filter in the Aeropress cap and rinse it with hot water. This helps remove any papery taste and preheats the device. Discard the rinse water.

Grind Your Coffee:

Weigh out 20g of whole coffee beans and grind them to a medium-fine consistency, similar to table salt.

Boil Water:

Bring 200ml of filtered water to a temperature between 90-95°C (195-205°F). If you don't have a thermometer, let the water come to a boil and then let it sit for about 30 seconds before pouring.

Add Coffee and Water:

Place the Aeropress on a sturdy mug or server then turn it upside down, we recommend the inverted method here!

Add the ground coffee into the Aeropress chamber.


Start your timer and pour about 50ml of hot water evenly over the coffee grounds.

Stir the mixture gently with a stirring utensil to ensure all the grounds are saturated.

Allow the coffee to bloom for about 30 seconds.

Complete the Pour:

After the bloom, slowly pour the remaining 150ml of water into the Aeropress chamber, using a circular motion to ensure even saturation.

Stir and Steep:

Stir the coffee-water mixture gently for about 10 seconds to ensure even extraction.

Attach the Cap:

Place the Aeropress cap with the rinsed filter onto the chamber and give it a slight twist to secure it.


Let the coffee steep for about 1 minute and 30 seconds.

Turn right way up and Press:

After the steeping time, place the cup upside down on the top, then holding them together turn them the right way up, hold the Aeropress firmly and steadily press down on the plunger with consistent pressure.


Once you hear a hissing sound, indicating that all the liquid has been pressed out, remove the Aeropress from your mug or server.

Dilute the brewed coffee with hot water if desired, according to your taste preference.


Your freshly brewed Aeropress coffee is now ready to be enjoyed! Adjust the strength by adding more or less hot water.

Experiment with different grind sizes, water temperatures, and steeping times to find the perfect brew that suits your taste preferences. Enjoy!

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