A trusted sidekick to baristas worldwide, the AeroPress stands out as one of the most versatile and easily transported lightweight brewing devices on the market. Our method serves up a sweet, full-bodied cup that's perfect for the hoose or queuing up for a Gregg’s.

The man, the myth, The AeroPress: Inventor Alan Adler's journey led him from sailboat design to the creation of the AeroPress coffee maker. Frustrated by existing home brewers, Adler embarked on a mission to craft a manual press that would produce exceptional coffee. After years of experimentation, the AeroPress was launched in 2005, quickly gaining acclaim for its ability to brew flavourful coffee with ease. Today, Adler's legacy includes over 40 patents and a reputation for revolutionising home coffee brewing.

Now folks, set that phone to 'do not disturb', it’s time to make Alan Adler proud.



Large mug:


35g Coffee:

Your choice of coffee beans, ground to a medium consistency

Coffee Grinder:

To freshly grind your coffee for the best taste

Kettle with temp. control:

For precise heating of water


For accurate measurement of coffee and water

Step 1:

Grind 35g of your chosen coffee to a medium grind (see our coffee grinding guide).


Step 2:

Pre-wet a filter in the AeroPress filter cap.  

Step 3:

Place your inverted AeroPress onto the digital scales and pour the ground coffee in.


Step 4:

Pour 150g of water into the AeroPress.


Step 5:

Stir the coffee and water mix for 20 seconds.  


Step 6:

Add 50g more water to the aeropress and fix the cap on and wait for 1 minute


Step 7:

Flip the AeroPress carefully.

Step 8:

Press and brew: aim at 30 seconds.


Step 9:

Add a further 150g to 200g hot water to taste and enjoy!



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After pressing, pull the AeroPress backward to prevent any drips getting on your kitchen counter.


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