25 May '12, 9pm

An old article, but a goodie, especially if you're lucky enough to have an Aeropress at home:

An old article, but a goodie, especially if you're lucky enough to have an Aeropress at home:

I think this is a pretty solid method that can yield a tasty cup with just about any coffee. The rub is in figuring out a good grind size. A good starting point is to use the same grind size as you would for your drip brewer. If you follow the above method, and your coffee comes out kind of weak, then I would suggest grinding slightly finer. If, on the other hand, it’s too bitter, then coarsening it up might help. If you do that and find a brew that tastes great, then you’ve already managed to take control of one of the most important coffee brewing variables! I think it’s important to mention that while you’re tweaking one variable, it’s a good idea to leave everything else constant. If you feel ready for a new challenge, try altering how quickly you plunge the brew. I find it can really affect the mouthfeel of the resulting coffee, but I’d be interested to hear what othe...

Full article: http://transcendcoffee.com/blog/an-introduction-to-the-ae...

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