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Aeropress

HOT AND COLD BREWING WITH THE AEROPRESS

An illustration of hands separating the AeroPress plunger from the chamber

Step 1

Push plunger out of chamber.

An illustration showing a filter being placed into an AeroPress filter cap

Step 2

Put filter in filter cap.

An illustration showing a filter cap being screwed onto the bottom of a AeroPress chamber

Step 3

Twist filter cap onto chamber.

An illustration showing a scoop pouring ground coffee into an AeroPress chamber

Step 4

Stand chamber on sturdy mug and put one rounded scoop of fine drip grind coffee in chamber.

An illustration of a hand shaking the ground coffee in an AeroPress chamber to level it

Step 5

Shake to level coffee.

An illustration showing a kettle pouring water into an AeroPress chamber

Step 6

Add water up to Level 1 on the chamber. 175°F (80°C) water for hot brewing or tap water for cold brew.

An illustration showing a hand stirring ground coffee and water together in an AeroPress coffee maker chamber.

Step 7

Stir about 10 seconds for hot brewing or 1 minute for cold brew.

An illustration showing a hand pressing down on the plunger of an AeroPress coffee maker to brew coffee into a mug.

Step 8

Insert plunger and press gently, pausing when you feel resistance, until plunger reaches grounds.

An illustration of hands popping out the used coffee from an AeroPress

Step 9

Remove filter cap, push plunger to eject used coffee and rinse seal.

Step 10

  • Espresso style:
    • Drink as is.
  • American coffee:
    • Add water to fill an 8 oz. (237 ml) mug.
  • Latte:
    • Add milk to make an 8 oz. (237 ml) latte.
  • Cold brew:
    • Add tap or ice water to make an 8 oz. (237 ml) mug of cold brew.