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brewing tips

here are our freshest tips for brewing the perfect cup

water

Shoot for a temperature of 93°C or 200°F (approx. 30 seconds off the boil).

ratio

50-60g of ground coffee per 1L of water (2 tbsp of coffee/6oz of water). (Probably more coffee than you’re using now; try it and adjust for strength).

precision

Different coffees have different densities, so use a digital kitchen scale for consistent results.

storage

No fridges, no freezers, no funny business. Just an airtight container kept away from heat, light, moisture and moochers.

water

Shoot for a temperature of 93°C or 200°F (approx. 30 seconds off the boil).

ratio

50-60g of ground coffee per 1L of water (2 tbsp of coffee/6oz of water). (Probably more coffee than you’re using now; try it and adjust for strength).

precision

Different coffees have different densities, so use a digital kitchen scale for consistent results.

storage

Different coffees have different densities, so use a digital kitchen scale for consistent results.

pause

Pour, pause, repeat. Apply your water with a layered technique with at least 2-3 pauses. Enjoy the process.

equipment

Clean your equipment between every brew. If you’re using a paper filter, rinse it beforehand to remove any unwanted taste.

coffee

Use great coffee. As for where to buy great coffee, well, you’re getting warmer… 😉

grind

Use a coarser grind for longer brewing times and a finer grind for faster brewing times.

french press

4 minutes, coarse grind (like large sea salt crystals)

pour over

2-3 minutes, medium grind (like kosher salt crystals)

espresso

20-30 seconds, fine grind (like powder)

ground

All you need is a kettle on the boil and a manual cone filter. The ideal ratio for a great cup? Two tablespoons of ground coffee for every six ounces of water. Coffee maker? That's cool. Try one tablespoon per cup and adjust to taste. Bring fresh, filtered water to a boil. Let it stand about 30 seconds before introducing it to your coffee. Oh, happy day! 

No fridges, no freezers, no funny business. Just an airtight container kept away from heat, light, moisture and moochers.

whole bean

The ideal ratio for a great cup? Two tablespoons of ground coffee for every six ounces of water. Coffee maker? That's cool. Try one tablespoon per cup and adjust to taste. Bring fresh, filtered water to a boil. Let it stand about 30 seconds before introducing it to your coffee. Oh, happy day! 

No fridges, no freezers, no funny business. Just an airtight container kept away from heat, light, moisture and moochers.

pods

Our pods are optimized for the 8oz setting on your machine and the result is remarkable. Stronger? Really?! Choose 6oz. A softer cup? Choose the 10 or 12oz setting. Road trip and need to fill your mug? Use the 8oz setting and two pods; brew twice. Feed your brewer the finest water you can find. 

Keep things fresh. Pods kept securely folded in their bag and sealed with a kiss last longer.

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