Strudel Pop

This method keeps giving me a distinct Toaster Strudel smell. Seems to bring out the fruity notes.

Also, as Gretchen Wieners would say. "Stop trying to make inverted happen"

I don't think her father, the inventor of the toaster strudel, would enjoy flipping around boiling hot water.


Tried it? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

Recipe details:

Paper Filter


Medium (25 clicks on a Comandante)
Something Fruity


100°C / 212°F
  1. Per-heat mug and wet paper filter with hot water.
  2. Grind 20 grams of coffee - medium grind (about 25 clicks on your standard Comandante).
  3. Set AeroPress and mug in standard position with wet paper filter on top of scale.
  4. Pour 70 grams of water over grounds, start timer and swirl lightly for 15 seconds. Water will drain through, but that ok. A good portion should remain in the AeroPress. (Key is to agitate enough to get all grounds wet. The more agitation the better.)
  5. At 15 seconds add water to 230 grams and put plunger in to seal.
  6. At 1 minute take plunger out and swirl 2 or 3 times quickly. Then put plunger back in. (Agitate just enough to break up what ever is at the top)
  7. At 1:20 start pressing untill 1:45. Press should be through the hiss.