Brewing Tips

Traditional "Drip" Machine

  • Step 1: For the best flavor, begin with fresh or filtered, pure water heated to just below a boil. 
  • Step 2: Grind your coffee just prior to brewing and select correct grind for your brew. 
  • Step 3: Use 2 tbsps (10g) ground coffee per 6fl oz (177ml) water.
  • Step 4: Adjust coffee or water based off personal taste.
  • Step 5: Do not leave over heat for more than 15 minutes. 

 

French Press (For better quality, we recommend using another method other than the French Press.)

  • Step 1: For the best flavor, begin with fresh, pure water.
  • Step 2: Grind your coffee prior to brewing to a course texture. 
  • Step 3: Add 1-2 tbsps of coarse ground coffee per cup (8fl oz or 237ml) of water.
  • Step 4: Adjust coffee or water based on personal taste.
  • Step 5: Never add boiling water or leave over heat for more than 15 minutes. 

 

Espresso Machine

  • Step 1: For the best flavor, begin with fresh pure water heated to a just below a boil. 
  • Step 2: Grind your coffee prior to brewing and select the correct grind for your brew. We recommend a fine grind.
  • Step 3: Fill finely ground coffee to filter line.
  • Step 4: The additional precision in the grind the more foam or crema is produced, which protects the espresso from air as you drink.
  • Step 5: Do not leave over heat for more than 15 minutes.

 

Electric Percolator

  • Step 1: For the best flavor, begin with fresh pure water heated to just below a boil.
  • Step 2: Grind your coffee prior to brewing and select the correct grind for your brew.
  • Step 3: Add 1-2 tbsps of coarse ground coffee per cup (8fl oz or 237ml) of water.
  • Step 4: Adjust coffee or water based on personal taste. 
  • Step 5: Do not leave over heat for more than 15 minutes.

 

Pour Over

  • Step 1: Measure out enough water for the amount of coffee you are going to brew, plus slightly more to rinse the filter. Bring it to a boil.  
  • Step 2: Quickly wash the paper filter with hot water. 
  • Step 3: Grind your coffee for a paper cone filter. Add 1-2 tbsps of ground coffee per cup (8fl oz or 237ml) of water. 
  • Step 4: Fill the filter halfway up with boiling hot water to saturate the grounds. Wait 8-12 seconds for coffee to saturate. 
  • Step 5: Adding the rest of the boiling water, pour in slow even circles making sure to cover all the grounds. Enjoy!