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How to clean your AeroPress

How to clean your AeroPress

So you have purchased an AeroPress / AeroPress Go !!! Congratulations, you are a proud owner of one of the most popular and versatile brewers around. With a huge fan base the AeroPress has been making delicious brews ever since its creation in 2004, thanks Alan Adler! In this blog post we are going to address how to clean your AeroPress to keep making yummy brews for years to come. First we need to cover the parts of your AeroPress, so you know what we are talking about. :) First things first, Above is an AeroPress. If you don't have an AeroPress here...

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Kalita Wave Dripper Brew Guide

Kalita Wave Dripper Brew Guide

This is how we have been enjoying brewing with the Kalita Wave dripper. We tried to keep this as simple as possible yet full of relevant info that you can use to dial-in any coffee. We plan on making an in-depth blog post on how we dial in filter coffees but this blog post will be more of a brew guide tailored for a beginner / intermediate barista. Hope you enjoy and if you end up trying these recipes share your experience with us on our socials here. You will need: 1x Kalita Wave Dripper (155) 1x Kalita Wave Filter (155) 15g Filter Roasted Coffee Beans (and a way...

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Origami Dripper Brew Guide

Origami Dripper Brew Guide

In this blog post I am going to reveille how I have been brewing the Origami dripper for the most part of 2022. We are also going to touch on how I dial in different coffees using the Origami. but for the most part this will be your typical 'Brew Guide'. ;) Hope you enjoy and if you end up trying these recipes share

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Scale Comparison 2022 Edition

Scale Comparison 2022 Edition

It has been a hot minute since we first put out our scale comparison and we have since made a bunch of changes to our range and we think for good reason, we try to stock something for everyone regardless if you are just starting out or you are a full blown coffee snob.

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Introduction to coffee filters

Introduction to coffee filters

There are many different coffee filters available, some in different materials and it is not uncommon to find some crazy shapes and designs out there. When comparing different filters you can break it down in to material (Metal, Paper, Cloth and Ceramic) and then further by examining what type of material. Some metal filters are made by cutting holes with lasers while others rely on fine metal wires woven to create a fine mesh. AeroPress Filters: The AeroPress traditionally utilises paper filters but there are some other third party attachments that can result in a different taste, mouthfeel and set of flavours from your AeroPress. We...

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