What you'll need:

AeroPress & filter | Mug | Scale | Timer | Boiling Water | Medium Ground Coffee

1. Prep your brew

2. Bring water to a boil

The ideal water temperature is between 195° and 205° Fahrenheit. If you don't have a thermometer, you can use water 20 seconds off the boil.

3. Pre-rinse your filter

Place a paper filter into the cap of your AeroPress. Carefully pour hot water over the paper filter to rinse the paper.

This will remove the papery taste and warm your vessel.

Dump out your water.

4. Assemble AeroPress

Lock in your cap to the end of the AeroPress and place it over a mug on your digital scale.

5. Add coffee and level the bed

Add 15 grams of ground Pachamama coffee into the open end of your AeroPress.

Level the bed, meaning that you want to make your coffee as flat as possible.

Tare your scale after you finish adding the coffee.

6. Pour water

Pour in concentric circles to agitate the grounds

Pour 240 grams of water.

7. Attach piston

Put the piston part of the Aeropress in place. Make sure it seals, but don’t push down yet.

This creates a vacuum above the coffee, preventing the liquid from dripping out of the bottom of the brewer before you want it to.

8. Wait 1:30

Wait about 1 minute and 30 seconds before plunging.

9. Plunge

Take the mug and brewer off the scales and slowly push down the plunger until all the liquid has been expelled and you hear a hissing sound.

Your total brew time should be around 2 minutes and 30 seconds.

Dispose of your used grounds.

10. Enjoy your coffee!

Take the AeroPress with you on your great outdoor adventures or anywhere on the go!