The AeroPress is a manual coffee extraction tool invented by Alan Adler, founder of AeroPress, Inc.

It consists of a bore and a plunger with an airtight silicone seal, similar to a syringe.

It is durable, comfortable, practical to carry and easy to clean.

There are two techniques for extracting a coffee with the aeropress, the first the classic one where coffee and water are inserted directly into the central body resting on a container where the coffee will fall, the second method is the “inverted” one, that is, you put coffee and water in the central body with the piston inserted underneath and after the infusion time the filter is invited and overturned to then go to press.

For this extraction method we recommend our specialty coffees toasted by filter, in case you do not have a grinder, all our coffees are available already ground by filter (you can make your choice at the time of purchase).

Recommended recipe

  • Brew Ratio (ratio between grams of water and coffee): 13 grams of water – 1 gram of coffee
  • Coffee dose: 15 gr
  • Water dose: 195 gr
  • Grind: medium per filter (500 – 800 micron)
  • Water temperature: 90 – 93 ° C
  • Average extraction time: 2 – 3 minutes

Recipe recommended by Gabriele Asioli, owner, roaster, 2nd generation of Torrefazione Paradiso and founder of Paradiso ACADEMY.