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AEROPRESS

The AeroPress is a device for brewing coffee. It was invented in 2005 by Aerobie president Alan Adler.[1] Coffee is steeped for 10–50 seconds (depending on grind and preferred strength) and then forced through a filter by pressing the plunger through the tube. The filters used are either the AeroPress paper filters or disc shaped thin metal filters.[2][3] The maker describes the result as an espresso strength concentration of coffee, but its most frequent use is more in the filter brew strength

MATERIALS

MATERIALS

An AeroPress coffeemaker
An AeroPress Coffeemaker
An AeroPress paper filter
An AeroPress Paper Filter
A kettle
A Kettle
A stopwatch
A Stopwatch
A coffee grinder
A Coffee Grinder
A spatula
A Spatula
A kitchen scale
A Kitchen Scale
A mug or a coffee server
A Mug or A Coffee Server
WATER / COFFEE RATIOS

WATER / COFFEE RATIOS

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70g of coffee for 1 liter of water or 14g for 20cl of water

PREPARATION

PREPARATION

Beforehand, mold the coffee, with a very fine grind (espresso type).

01

Heat the water until simmering (92° - 94°).

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02

Place your filter in the filter holder and rinse it with hot water.

03

Attach the filter holder to the tube and place on a carafe or mug. Place the carafe / mug-AeroPress assembly on a scale.

04

Pour the ground coffee into the tube.

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05

Switch on the timer and pour 200g of hot water (approximately until the number 3), making sure to wet all the coffee. Put the piston on top of the tube without squeezing it, to keep the heat.

06

Let steep for 1 minute. Remove the plunger and stir with the spatula.

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07

Install the piston above the tube and gently squeeze it until there is no more liquid in the tube.

08

Serve and enjoy.

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