Coffee Brewing Instructions

Automatic Drip
Coffee Maker

Makes approximately 30 fl oz of brewed coffee

What you will need...

  • 4 1/2 cups filtered water
  • 10-12 tbsp medium ground coffee
  • Automatic coffee brewer
  • Paper filter

For a pot of coffee, we suggest using 2½ - 3 tbsp of ground coffee for every 8 fl oz of water. You may want to explore this range depending on the strength of the coffee you prefer.

  1. Start with a clean paper filter in the brew basket.
  2. Scoop the ground coffee into the basket. For best results, we recommend filling the basket no more than 2/3 full.
  3. Fill up the reservoir with water to the appropriate marking on your brewer.
  4. Start the brew cycle. When this is finished, dispose of the spent grounds and filter.

Single Cup
Pourover

Makes approximately 14 fl oz of brewed coffee

What you will need...

  • 2 cups filtered water
  • 5-6 tbsp medium ground coffee
  • Hot water kettle
  • Single cup pourover dripper
  • Paper filter
  • Timer
  • Serving vessel

For a pourover coffee, we suggest using 2½ - 3 tbsp of ground coffee for every 8 fl oz of water. You may want to explore this range depending on the strength of the coffee you prefer.

  1. Start with a clean paper filter in the dripper. Rinse the filter to wash away any papery flavors and help the filter adhere to the side of the brewer.
  2. Scoop ground coffee into the basket.
  3. Fill up your hot water kettle with 2 cups of filtered water and bring it to a boil.
  4. Place the dripper on your intended mug or serving vessel.
  5. Start your timer and pour a small amount of water over the ground coffee, making sure to evenly saturate the entire bed of coffee.
  6. After 30 seconds, add half of the water that remains in your kettle.
  7. When your timer reads 1 minute 30 seconds, add the remaining water from your kettle.
  8. Once the water has entirely dripped through the bed of coffee, dispose of the grounds and the filter.

French Press

Makes approximately 20 fl oz of brewed coffee

What you will need...

  • 3 1/4 cups filtered water
  • 8-10 tbsp medium ground coffee
  • Hot water kettle
  • 34 oz French Press
  • Serving Vessel
  • Spoon
  • Timer

For a French Press, we suggest using 2½ - 3 tbsp of ground coffee for every 8 fl oz of water. You may want to explore this range depending on the strength of the coffee you prefer.

  1. Scoop the ground coffee (48-60 grams) into the French Press.
  2. Fill up your hot water kettle with 3¼ cups of filtered water and bring it to a boil. 
  3. Start your timer and pour the hot water over the coffee. After the entire kettle is emptied, stir the French Press with a spoon so that all of the coffee is evenly soaked with water. 
  4. After your timer reaches 4 minutes, use a spoon to break up the foamy layer of coffee that has floated to the surface; skim off the bubbles and fine coffee grounds that remain. 
  5. Replace the lid and slowly compress the metal filter until all of the ground coffee is condensed at the bottom of the French Press. To ensure that the flavor of the coffee stays clean and rich the entire time you are drinking, we recommend decanting the brewed coffee into a separate serving vessel after you finish this last step.

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