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Brew Guides

Brew Guide

When brewing coffee, the most precise method is by measuring coffee and water in grams. However, if you don’t have a kitchen scale to use, we also provide approximate ratios in tablespoons and ounces to make our brew guides accessible to everyone. Use our ratios as a guide, but feel free to adjust the ratios to your specific taste preference. Happy Brewing!

Coffee to Water Ratio

Grams: 1 gram of coffee for every 16 grams of water (1:16)

Tbsp/Oz: 1 tbsp of coffee for every 3 oz. of water (1:3)

SETTING UP

Water: Choose the right ratio of coffee to water based on how many cups of coffee you would like to make

Grind: For a flat-bottom filter, grind your beans to a medium coarseness. For a cone-bottom filter, grind them a little finer.

Brewing STEPs

1. Place the filter in the brewer and add the coffee grounds.

2. Add the correct amount of water to the brewer tank

3. Hit the brew button and serve!

SETTING UP

Water: Choose the right ratio of coffee to water based on how many cups of coffee you would like to make.

Grind: Use a medium-coarse grind, roughly the size of dark brown sugar.

BREWING STEPS

1. Boil water to approximately 195-205 degrees Fahrenheit.

2. While water is boiling, if using a paper filter, wet filter to avoid paper taste. Place filter in dripper.

3. Add coffee to filter, making sure coffee is level.

4. Gently saturate grounds with hot water, pouring in a circular motion in the center of the coffee bed and allowing the coffee to "bloom" or de-gas. *Add only enough water to saturate the grounds and wait 30 seconds.

5. Slowly pour remaining water over the coffee in a circular motion. Serve & enjoy!

Setting Up

Water: Choose the right ratio of coffee to water based on how many cups of coffee you would like to make.

Grind: Use a coarse grind, roughly the size of rock salt or sanding sugar.

BREWING STEPS

1. Next, boil water to approximately 195-205 degrees Fahrenheit.

2. Add coffee in the base of the french press.

3. Gently saturate grounds with hot water, allowing the coffee to "bloom" or de-gas. *Add only enough water to saturate the grounds and wait 30 seconds.

4. Pour the remaining water over the coffee. Let steep with plunger in the raised position for 4 minutes.

5. Press plunger down and serve!

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