Medium / Coarse Grind
Size 2 Hario Paper Filter
Place paper filter in the V60, rinse the filter with hot water, drain.
(This will wash away any papery taste from the filter + pre-heat the pot below).
Add 30g coffee.
1 Pour 60g of water, evenly saturating the coffee, wait 30 seconds
Swirl the brewer if any dark spots remain
2 Slowly in a circular motion, break the crust by pouring 90g of water, bringing the total weight to 150g
3 Keeping the level in the cone high, slowly pour at the same rate as the coffee is exiting
4 Continue and bring the total weight to 510g, aiming to be around 2:30
Lightly stir 3 times
5 Once the cone has drained, a flat coffee bed should be revealed, this indicates an even extraction.
6 Leave to stand for 1 minute, swirl and serve ideally at 60c
Total brew time: 3 - 4 minutes
The V60 is a Japanese drip brewer designed in 2004.
It produces a beautifully light coffee with pronounced sweetness, clarity and acidity.
Named after the 60 degree V shaped angle of the brewer.
AeroPress Paper Filter
Rinse the paper filter with hot water.
(This will remove any papery taste + help the filter become more porous).
Setup your AeroPress in the inverted position.
This is a fast recipe.. be ready to move quickly!
Add 30g of coffee.
1 Pour 100g of water, into the brew chamber
2 Stir carefully but thoroughly for 10 seconds
3 Screw on the cap, push out the excess air until coffee starts to seep to the surface
4 At 0:40 flip the AeroPress over a cup or decanter and press gently for 10 - 15 seconds
5 Once pressed, dilute with 120g of additional water
6 Leave to stand for 30 seconds, swirl and serve ideally at 70c
Total brew time: 1 - 1:30 minutes
The AeroPress is a fantastically robust, affordable and versatile brewer able to produce an espresso style coffee concentrate.
Invented in 2005 by Alan Adler, a Stanford University engineer.
For us, the AeroPress is a necessity for everyone.