Grind and Measure
Use coarse ground coffee that resembles sea salt in your press, and measure 2 tbsp per 6 oz of water.
Add Hot Water
Fill the press with boiling water. Make sure to saturate all of the grounds.
Place plunger and brew
Put the plunger back on the press without pushing it down, and let the coffee brew for 4 minutes.
Press and Pour
Gently push down the plunger until it reaches the bottom of the press, and enjoy.
Measure and boil
Boil 6 ounces of water per cup of coffee, plus a little extra for rinsing the filter.
Rinse the paper filter with hot water; discard rinse water.
Grind and Measure
Use a relatively fine grind (like granulated sugar); 2 tbsp of coffee per 6 oz of water.
Pour and pause
Using water just off the boil, fill cone halfway to saturate the grounds. Let bloom for 10 seconds, allowing the coffee to hydrate evenly.
Complete pour & enjoy
Slowly add the rest of the water, pouring in small, steady circles to cover grounds.
TIP: It should take about 3 minutes to make a cup.
Choose the right grind
For a flat bottom filter, use a medium grind that resembles sea salt.
Use 2 tbsp of freshly ground coffee for every 6 oz of water.
Brew and enjoy
TIP: Brewed coffee is always best fresh, so make as much as you’ll enjoy in a sitting. Reheating coffee can dull the flavour.
Use a coarse grind, like sea salt .We recommend Starbucks® Breakfast Blend.
Double it up
Use twice as much coffee: 4 tbsp of coffee for every 6 oz of water.
Place the plunger back on without pushing down. After 4 minutes of brew time, push the plunger down.
Serve over ice
As the ice melts it dilutes the coffee to balance it perfectly .
Add milk, simple syrup or a scoop of ice cream to your taste.
in 2 pouches into 3 cups of water in a larger pitcher
coffee in fridge for 24 hours.
Add 3 cups of cold filtered water
remove the 2 pouches and discard. Pour over ice and enjoy.
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