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When I forget other recipes..

Inverted
2:20
Paper Filter
Coffee:
15g
Medium - Fine
Any light to light-medium roast.
Water:
94°C / 201°F
240mL
Equipment:

Sometimes in the morning, when I'm a bit foggy and I can't recall any AeroPress recipe details; or if I'm too lazy to search for cool AeroPress recipes, I'll do a quick and easy one like this. It's an involved version of the very early days go-to recipe, when I wasn't paying too much attention to the details.

Back then I stirred more casually, not really counting how many stirs I did - now I notice it does make a difference in the coffee strength. And I'm still experimenting more with steep time.

However I do find the strenght you press can affect the coffee taste quite a lot. When I press much slower, the coffee is clearer and has less sediment at the bottom of the cup. If you find your coffee has a bittern note (even if you grind it coarse), try to press it very gently, see if this makes a difference.

  1. Grind 15g of beans, pre-heat everything.
  2. Put the grounds in the inverted chamber, tare the scale.
  3. Start the timer. Pour 45g water in and stir 3 times. Let it bloom until 00:30.
  4. Pour more water in with a gentle circular motion until it reaches 240g.
  5. Stir gently 3 times. Screw the cap on and wait until 1:30.
  6. Flip and start pressing gently and slowly. Don't force it too hard.
  7. After pressing through all the way, give the coffee a good stir and ENJOY!

Recipe Overview

Inverted
2:20
Paper Filter
Coffee:
15g
Medium - Fine
Any light to light-medium roast.
Water:
94°C / 201°F
240mL
Equipment: