AeroPress with fruit filter

Category: Experimental
Creator: Caleb Stultz Visit

Caleb shared this video on his instagram, using a slice of orange as a filter in the AeroPress.

We've seen a few fruit filter AeroPress recipes over time, but this one is easy to follow and it makes sense.

Caleb adds fruit to the serving vessel as well as making a fruit filter from a slice of orange and adding it above the paper filter in the AeroPress.

Remember to cut the orange peel off before you add it to the filter - it will fit better this way, and may also prevent some bitterness coming through from the orange peel.

Feel free to get creative with this AeroPress recipe - experiment with different types of fruit to see what works best; you could also add some ice to your vessel for a great summer coffee refresher.

For the full steps, scroll past the instagram embed :)

Recipe details:

Standard
1:40
Paper Filter

Coffee:

15g
Medium - Fine
Something nice!

Water:

93°C / 199°F
240mL
  1. Add 3 one cm thick half orange slices to the server, then a 1 cm thick whole slice on top of a filter.
  2. Screw on the filter cap and set the AeroPress on a serving vessel.
  3. Add the coffee grounds on top of the orange slice.
  4. Pour 45 g water and stir gently.
  5. Wait 45 seconds, then pour to 240 g water over 20 seconds.
  6. Use the plunger to press firmly over about 30 seconds.
  7. Swirl brew and pour into mug. Enjoy!