Pro Tip: To reach the right temperature, bring water to a boil and then let it stand for 30 seconds.
Pro Tip: 25 grams is about 5 tablespoons or 2.5 standard coffee scoops.
Prepare the Filter // Grind
Pro Tip: Rinsing the filter helps eliminate any paper flavors and preheating cone and carafe can help keep temperature consistent throughout the brewing process. Grind size affects drip time and extraction. If your brew is too slow, try a slightly coarser grind. If it drips through too quickly, try a little finer.
Pro Tip: When hot water meets coffee grounds, CO2 escapes and expands, creating a “bloom.” Once the off-gassing is complete, the grounds are more receptive to absorbing water, resulting in a better extraction of flavors.
Pro Tip: The secret to perfect coffee is the right ratio of coffee to water —1:16, or 1 gram of coffee for every 16 grams of water.
Pro Tip: Like it black? Give the coffee in your carafe a final swirl & enjoy. Enjoy something a little sweet and creamy? Add 2 tablespoons of heavy cream & sugar to taste.