Here is a growing collection of Championship AeroPress recipes.
To see all AeroPress recipes (not just championship AeroPress recipes), go to the homepage.
2018 Portugal Aeropress Champion shares a recipe to hero the acidy fruitiness of the coffee.
2015 WAC Winning recipe by Lukas Zahradnik from Slovakia.
2019 WAC Winning AeroPress recipe by Wendelien Van Bunnik, representing Netherlands.
Paulina 'Panda' Miczka's winning recipe from the 2017 World Aeropress Championships in Seoul, Korea.
The 2014 WAC winning AeroPress recipe by Shuichi Sasaki of Japan.
A perfectly balanced cup with accentuated acidity and a round thick body!
2019 Argentina W.A.C Semifinalist recipe
2015 W.A.C. 2nd Place recipe by Nick Hatch of Canada.
3rd place recipe by Evgeni Pinchukov, representing Belarus at the 2018 World Aeropress Championship in Sydney.
2018 WAC Winning AeroPress recipe by Carolina Ibarra Garay, representing the United States.
A huge, creamy and almost chewy coffee using a Prismo with the AeroPress
2019 WAC 2nd place Aeropress recipe by Benja Khemacheva, representing Thailand.
The Aeropress recipe used by Filip Kucharczyk - winner of the 2016 World Aeropress Championship in Dublin.
2021 World AeroPress Champion Recipe by Tuomas Merikanto.
Crafted for the 2019 Canadian AeroPress championships.
2019 Cataluña AC 3rd place AeroPress recipe by Cristian Povedano.
Runner up recipe by Xiabo Zhang, representing China at the 2018 World AeroPress Championship in Sydney.
Coarse grounds with a sprinkle of very fine grounds.
Stephen Houston - winner of the Irish AeroPress Championship 2019
2019 Qatar AeroPress Championship - 1st place.
2021 World AeroPress Championship 3rd place recipe by Brandon Smith.
2016 Swiss AeroPress championship winning recipe
2021 World AeroPress Championship 2nd Place Maru Mallee.
It’s obvious to some, but not all - for those that don’t understand the name, AeroPrecipe is the combination of the words AeroPress Recipe. AeroPrecipe!
Ahhhh, now I get it!.... So why AeroPress Recipes?
The AeroPress is a simple device to look at - it’s really just a big, plastic syringe - but the more you use it, the more you read about it, and the more coffee you drink from it you realise there is more than meets the eye. The AeroPress is a complex beast and there’s a million different ways to brew coffee with it. All these different ways of brewing with the AeroPress are known within the coffee community as ‘AeroPress Recipes’.
We love the AeroPress and found ourselves constantly scouring the internet for new AeroPress Recipes. There are recipes from champions, heaps of recipes on youtube, reddit, different blogs with different articles about brewing with the AeroPress - it’s endless; but it’s scattered everywhere and hard to stay on top of.
So we created AeroPrecipe.com - a simple place to collate all our favourite AeroPress Recipes in one place. We built in some fun filters so we can find the right coffee to make based on the coffee we have and how we are feeling on this particular day. Visitors can upvote their favourite AeroPress Recipes, and even submit their own.
Currently we have 60+ recipes in our collection, but we know there’s more out there so our collection of AeroPress Recipes will continue to grow.
We plan to add more features - ability to create your own recipe collections, an AeroPress Recipe Timer for each recipe, comment functionality etc... we know this little site isn’t going to change the world, but we want it to be as fun and as useful as it can be - we all need coffee after all, so why not have a little inspiration!
Ok, I’ve read all this but I don’t actually know what an AeroPress is!
Oops! The AeroPress is a simple tool to make really good coffee at home. It was invented by Mr Alan Adler, the same man that invented the very well known Aerobie Frisbee (hence the ‘Aero’ in the name).
Alan could never come to terms with the inherent bitterness of coffee and set out to create something that made coffee in a simple way, and that taste the way he liked it. The result was the AeroPress - a simple plastic cylinder, with a plunger and a filter. It wasn’t an instant success in coffee circles, but eventually it landed in the hands of Tim Wendelboe and friends who saw its potential, started experimenting, and thought ‘hey, you can actually make pretty decent coffee with this thing’.
In Norway, 2008, Wendelboe and friends thought they might have a fun competition between friends to see ‘who could brew the best cup of AeroPress coffee’ and the World AeroPress Championship (WAC) was born. The competition has become a huge success and is now hosted in over 60 countries with over 3,000 competitors! The WAC has played a major part in boosting the popularity of the AeroPress.