Aeropress Go Brew Guide
The Aeropress Go is a simple, light, compact and virtually unbreakable coffee brewer. All parts can be folded away into a mug, making it one of the most travel friendly ways to consistently brew amazing, full-bodied coffee. Our Aeropress brew guide will help you to brew up a storm whether you’re at home, work or on the road.
What you'll need
- Aeropress Go Kit
- Filtered water
- Nuddy Coffee
Boil a kettle of filtered water.
The ideal water temperature is between 93 and 96 degrees celsius. If you have a regular kettle, bring it to boil and then leave it to sit for a few minutes whilst grinding your coffee.
Rinse the paper filter.
Place a paper filter into the Aeropress cap and rinse it with hot water. This will remove the “papery” taste.
Place the plunger into the tube and invert it.
This is called ‘Inverted method’. You already sound like a coffee professional. ; ) Place it on a scale and tare to zero.
Put 13g of ground coffee into the tube.
The grind size should be a similar size to table salt. Freshly ground coffee always tastes the best!
Pour 200g of hot water into your Aeropress.
If you don't have a scale, just fill it up until it's almost full.
Give it a good stir so that all of the coffee grind is nice and wet.
Screw the Aeropress cap on, then wait for two minutes.
Patience is key to extracting an optimal brew that's full of flavour.
Flip the Aeropress onto a mug
Place a mug over the cap, then, holding the bottom of the Aeropress and cup, *flip it over.
*Make sure to hold the plunger when you flip. (Not the brewing tube)
Press down for 30 seconds.
Press gently until you hear the air hissing out.