Brew Guide by FARO: the Aeropress®
The AeroPress® was invented in 2005 by Aerobie President Alan Adler. The coffee is soaked for more or less 60 seconds (depending on the grind and the preferred strength), then brewed through a filter by pressing the plunger through the tube. The result ? A unique infusion that you will never find otherwise. Discover all the essential steps for its use in this third video of our brew guide!
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You will need: fresh coffee, a mill, a digital scale, an aeropress, a thermometer and a stopwatch.
STEP 1: WEIGHT AND PREHEAT
Boil water until it reaches 203 degrees F (or if you prefer 95 degrees Celsius). If you do not have a thermometer on hand, remove the water as soon as it wriggles. Pour the water into your Aeropress to warm it and ensure a better infusion. Once you have warmed up, pour the water into your cup to warm it up and drain the water.
Grind and weight the coffee. Respect the ratio (15g of coffee for 200ml of water). Put the filter in the filter port and fix it to the aeropress. Bring the water to a boil (wriggling) and rinse the paper filter. Add the coffee to the bottom of the aeropress.
Step 2: POUR
Pour water according to the coffee ratio (see 1).
Step 3: STIR
Delicately stir the coffee.
Step 4: Wait one minute
Step 5: SERVE AND ENJOY
Pour the coffee in your favourite cup and enjoy!