This post was updated on: December 10, 2019
Brewing the coffee without many resources and spending as little as possible, grinding and brewing an Aeropress takes only 2 minutes flat! This is the coffee brewing method delivering hard espresso shots in a shorter time period than the brewing machines. In fact, brewing the coffee doesn’t get any easier and fun than using the inverted Aeropress apparatus.
What Is an Aeropress Recipe?
Aeropress is one of the most intricate coffee brewing methods. However, learning this art and mastering hardly requires a few trials before you can brew the perfect Aeropress.
Coming to the description of the Aeropress brewing method, it is similar to the espresso brewing process as its name suggests. Aeropress is the process of extracting coffee grounds by introducing pressurized water through the grounds. To say the least, the coffee brewing process which introduces pressurized water to coffee grounds is one of the espressos.
In this case, the brewer has to drive the manual plunger in the Aeropress tool where coffee grounds and water are pre-infused. Movement of the plunger defines the pressure of the water that passes through the coffee grounds. In the end, a paper filter sitting on the opposite of the plunger will filter the extracted coffee grounds delivering the Aeropress coffee.
Brewing the espresso shot from an Aeropress machine is not a big deal once you learn using the perfect coffee-water ratio. Now that you know to operate the Aeropress, let us know about your first Aeropress brew experience. Or, if you are yet to get an Aeropress for your self then we will wait till the time you purchase one of your own.