Orange AeroPress Coffee

Category: Experimental
Creator: giii_muu Visit
This is a cold recipe

Here is another refreshing orange AeroPress recipe. It's perfect for a hot summer day.

Giii prefers to use coffee beans with bright acidity for this recipe. She uses one paper filter and one sliced orange filter - the paper filter goes into the cap first, then the orange filter.

Try to find the right thickness of the orange filter before the brew. Make sure the cap can be screwed onto the AeroPress.

** For the final coffee, you can also add some orange juice or orange syrup to the coffee for more refreshing deliciousness.

(Photo Credit: @giii_muu )

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Recipe details:

Paper Filter


Fine - 4 on Porlex mini
Beans with bright acidity


85°C / 185°F
  1. Prep: Place a wet paper filter on the cap. Place a sliced ​​orange on the paper. Put 100g of ice in a server.
  2. Add 30g of hot water, stir well and bloom for 30 seconds.
  3. Add the remaining 90g of hot water, stir a little, let it steep for 1 minute.
  4. Put the cap on, flip the AeroPress onto the server. Press for 1 minute.
  5. Pour the coffee into a glass with ice, and finally put an ​​orange slice in the glass.
  6. Enjoy!

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