Tanner Morita

The point of this method is to brew the coffee as quickly as possible. If the plunging is too easy, make the grind finer until you feel that pressing lightly would take longer than 45 seconds. If the coffee is over extracted, stir 3 times instead of 5 less. If under, stir 7 times.

We find that extraction is higher (19-22% EXT) without over extracting. Like most Aeropress cups, this is full bodied. We do not dilute. We have been able to create incredibly complex and vibrant cups with most coffees we have brewed using this method.

Recipe details:

Paper Filter


Medium - Fine
Any well roasted coffee will taste great with this method


100°C / 212°F


  1. Wash your paper filter in advance.
  2. Set your AeroPress up in the standard position, on top of your mug or decanter.
  3. Add 15g of Coffee to your AeroPress.
  4. Start timer and immediately top with 255g of water.
  5. Stir North-to-South five times and East-to-West five times.
  6. Place plunger in top to stop dripping, but don't plunge yet.
  7. At 1:00, remove the plunger and stir again.
  8. Place the plunger back in and press, slowly, for 45 seconds.

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