Brew Guides

Coffees

Cerro Azul
Ratio: 1:16


Example: 12.5g coffee to 200g water


Temperature: 96c


Recipe: Three Pour Recipe (scroll down to see our recipes)

El Sunzita

Ratio: 1:16.67


Example: 12g coffee to 200g water


Temperature: 96c


Recipe: Two Pour Recipe

Finca El Prado

Ratio: 1:16.67


Example: 12g coffee to 200g water


Temperature: 98c


Recipe: Two Pour Recipe

Finca La Mesa

Ratio: 1:16


Example: 12.5g coffee to 200g water


Temperature: 94c


Recipe: Three Pour Recipe

Finca El Alto

Ratio: 1:16


Example: 12.5g coffee to 200g water


Temperature: 93c


Recipe: Four Pour Recipe

Recipes

Before brewing...
Always rinse your filters with water.
Set aside your rinsing water and use it to water your plants or do the dishes.
Coffee papers and coffee grounds are compostable. Remember to dispose thoughtfully where possible. The best grind is the one that gives you the most sweetness and balance, all grind references are where we find ourselves for most coffees.

Two Pour Recipe
0'00 Start timer, pour 50g to bloom
0'40 Fill up steadily to reach 200g

Grind: 23-25 clicks on Comandante, 6-6.5 on 1zpresso K-Pro, 14-15 on Timemore C2

April Brewer Recipe A
0'00 Start timer, pour 100g - 30g in a circle to saturate and 70g in the centre of the dripper
0'40 Pour 100g - 30g in a circle and 70g in the centre of the dripper

Grind: 24-28 clicks on Comandante, 6-6.5 on 1zpresso K-Pro, 16-17 on Timemore C2

Three Pour Recipe
0’00 Start timer, pour 50g to bloom
0’40 Fill up to 150g
1’10 Fill up to 200g

Grind: 24-26 clicks on Comandante, 6.5-7 on 1zpresso K-Pro, 16-17 on Timemore C2

Four Pour Recipe
0’00 Pour 50g to bloom
0’40 Fill up to 100g
1’10 Fill up to 150g
1’40 Fill up to 200g

Grind: 26-30 clicks on Comandante, 7-8 on 1zpresso K-Pro, 17-19 on Timemore C2

Five Pour Recipe
0’00 Pour 40g to bloom
0’40 Fill up to 80g
1’10 Fill up to 120g
1’40 Fill up to 160g
2’10 Fill up to 200g

Grind: 28-33 clicks on Comandante, 7.5-8.5 on 1zpresso K-Pro, 19-24 on Timemore C2

 

Notes

    Each recipe can be doubled or scaled up depending on how much coffee you want to make. To test these, we use Aquacode diluted to a total TDS of 100ppm. We prefer most of our coffees to finish brewing between between 2'30 and 3'00. Finally, every grinder is different. Please consider our grind recommendations as starting points.

      Troubleshooting

      If you’re finding the coffees lacking in flavour, add more coffee or increase temperature
      If you’re finding the coffee takes too long to drain, grind coarser
      If you’re finding flavours to be muddled grind coarser
      If you’re finding the cups to lack sweetness grind finer
      If you’re finding any roast-affected flavours (hay, grass, smoke, etc.) try using a lower temperature
      If you have any other questions please reach out!