Best Ways to Make Coffee @ Home
1Pour water and coffee into a large vessel (tip: a french press is perfect).
After about 12-14 hours, strain into a large bottle and keep in the fridge for up to a week.
To serve, pour 4oz of cold brew and 4oz of your favorite milk into an ice filled glass.
︎ 55 grams coffee
︎ 750 ml water
11 tablespoons ground coffee
Lasts for about a week, makes about a cup a day at that rate.
1Place coffee in your French Press and start your timer. Fill with 100 ml of water (about 1/4 full)
2After 45 seconds, stir and add the rest of the water.
3At the 4 minute mark, gently press down and serve.
︎ 38 grams coffee
︎ 600 ml water
7.5 Tablespoons ground coffee
Makes 2 cups of coffee.
Place a filter in your cone over a cup (or carafe) and wet completely with boiling water. Discard water and revel in the fact that your vessel is preheated.
2Just before you’re ready to begin brewing add your freshly ground coffee to the cone.
3Start your timer and add 40 grams of water to bloom.
After 45 seconds, resume pouring water in concentric circles. Stop when you hit 120 grams of water added. Wait 15 seconds
5After 15 seconds has elapsed, continue pouring to 220 grams. Wait another 15 seconds.
6Finish pouring to 300 grams. The clock should be around 2:30 by this point. If not your grind might be off.
If you’ve made it this far, don’t add milk.
︎ 20 grams coffee
︎ 300 ml water
Makes one cup.
You really should not try this without a scale. Also please note that this recipe is ~perfected~ for a hario v60. G makes this every day.
Makes one cup.