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Aeropress

Aeropress is one of the most genius brewing devices we have come across.

It is a very simple way of making one cup of excellent coffee or moka (strong coffee like the one from a Bialetti coffee maker.)

To find out where to buy the Aeropress in Norway, click here.

Here is a short film on how we currently use the Aeropress:

Aeropress brewing guide from Tim Wendelboe on Vimeo.

Here is our basic Aeropress recipe for a filter like coffee:

  1. Rinse the paper filter with running tap water for 10 seconds
  2. Use 14  grams of freshly  fine filter ground coffee (light roast)
  3. Pour 200g of water at about 95°C over the coffee.
  4. Stir 3 times and steep for 60 seconds.
  5. Place the handle on the Aeropress in order to prevent the water from draining through the filter.
  6. After 60 second steep time, take the handle off, stir 3 times back to front.
  7. Then place the handle on top of the aeropress and press the contents into a large cup or pitcher by using your body weight

For a stronger coffee similar to the one made on a Bialetti pot, you can follow this recipe:

  1. Rinse the paper filter with running tap water for 10 seconds
  2. Use 20 grams of espresso roasted coffee  ground for Bialetti moka pots (quite fine)
  3. Pour 100 – 150g of water brought to a boil (straight from the water boiler) on the ground coffee.
  4. Give the brew 3 vigourous stirs.
  5. Press by using your body weight and enjoy.

Watch the flickr slideshow below for further instructions.

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