Brewing Guide


Grind; Fine-Medium Beans

1. Place coffee powder in French Press
2 Pour Over 255g water in circle Motion
3. Steep in 4 minutes.
4. Press gently


Grind: Fine-Medium Beans

1 .Place coffee powder in Aero Press.
2. Pour over 200g 90 degree hot water.
3. Stir 3 counts
4. Stand for 1 minute
5. Stir 3 counts again
6. Press gently


Grind: Fine

1. Place coffee powder in the basket.
2. Fill the bottom line of the preheated water approximately 250ml.
3. Don't over tighten the screw.
4. Put the brewer into the stove with medium fire.
5. Lid open and wait until the coffee begin to come out.
6. Remove the Moka Pot when the steam produces color yellow.
7. Steep the Moka Pot into cold water to stop the extraction.
8. Ready to serve.


Grind: Coarse

Perfect cold brew 1:15 proportion of coffee to water creates a nice balanced drink that you can enjoy straight. Add equal amount of water or milk. enjoy!

* 15g coffee ground
* 75ml water
* steep 12-18-24 hours or according to your preferred taste profile.
* serve as is or add water or milk of your preference.


Steps to brew a great Pour-Over coffee

grind: Fine – Medium

  1. Pour water into a kettle and heat it up. We recommend a temperature range from 93°C to 96°C. If you have an electric kettle, you can set the temperature directly to 94°C.
  2. Place the dripper over the carafe and then place the filter in your Pour-Over dripper. Soak the filter with hot water, making sure to fully saturate the filter. This step is especially important if you are using paper filters, because this way, you will be able to remove all of the paper taste. Don’t forget to discard the used water.
  3.  Add the 18g coffee powder on top of the filter. Give a gentle shake to the dripper to level the coffee bed. Afterward, place the whole set on a scale.
  4. Start your timer and slowly pour about 30 ml of water in concentric circles making sure to saturate all of the ground coffee.
  5. Wait for about 30 seconds for the coffee to bloom. This step is very important because it lets the coffee grounds release the trapped carbon dioxide, helping the water to better extract coffee’s properties during the following brewing steps.
  6. Start pouring water in the center of the grounds, pour in a steady manner spiraling towards the outer edge and back into the center, this way of pouring water also creates a “current” that stirs a little bit the coffee. This way you will be able to get all the grounds wet and thus achieving an optimal extraction. Continue this process until the scale reaches 250 ml.
  7. Wait until all of the water has finished dripping through the grounds and the coffee bed looks dry.
  8. Your coffee is ready to be enjoyed! Serve it into your favorite cup.
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