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aeropress brewing

step into the innovative world of aeropress brewing with tubbs coffee, where precision and creativity converge to brew a cup that's distinctly delightful and uniquely yours. learn step-by-step aeropress brewing instructions for perfect coffee every time. elevate your coffee game with our aeropress brewing guide.

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Gather Your AeroPress Essentials

Embark on an AeroPress adventure with the right tools for a unique and exquisite coffee experience. Start with an AeroPress and its filters, essential for this innovative brewing method. A burr grinder is your ally for grinding coffee beans to the ideal consistency. A gooseneck kettle is recommended for precise water control – crucial for AeroPress brewing. Choose your preferred Tubbs Coffee blend, aiming for a 1:16 coffee-to-water ratio for a balanced cup. Use water heated to 205°F, preferably filtered soft water, for the best results. While a wooden spoon is optional, it can assist in maintaining the purity of your brew. A digital scale is vital for consistently perfect measurements. Now, let's brew something extraordinary!

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Master the Inverted AeroPress Method

1. Coffee Measurement: Weigh your coffee using a 1:16 ratio for a perfectly balanced brew.

2.Grind to Perfection: Aim for a grind as fine as table salt to extract maximum flavor.

3.Filter Preparation: Run water through your filter to prep it for brewing.

4.Brew Setup: Insert the plunger and set the AeroPress filter-side-up on your scale.

5. Grounds and Water: Add your grounds, then pour just enough water to saturate them. Stir well to ensure all the beans are wet.

6. Complete the Fill: Add the remaining water and let the mixture sit for 1 minute.

7. Flip and Press: Attach the filter, carefully flip the press onto your mug, and press down until you hear a hissing sound.

8. Enjoy Your Brew: Your concentrated AeroPress coffee is ready! Dilute with hot water if desired for a milder cup.

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