plunger pot
step
01

Grind Coffee

It is important that the coffee be ground with a good quality burr (rather
than blade) grinder. By grinding the coffee coarse, you’re allowing for
a slower and more even extraction, which results in a fuller bodied and
more nuanced cup. Blade grinders chop the coffee rather than grinding it,
resulting in uneven and unpredictable particle size & increased bitterness.

step
02

Add Coffee to Pot

Ensure pot is clean and dry. You’ll need 1 tablespoon of coffee for every 4oz
of water. Feel free to adjust based on personal tastes.

step
03

Add Water

Bring water to the boil & then let it cool for 45seconds. Pour it agressively into
the pot so that water saturates the grounds evenly. Move the stream around
to facilitate this. Do not fill up pot entirely.

step
04

Stir

After 1 minute, stir the grounds in the pot. This guarantees even & optimal
extraction of all the coffee.

step
05

Press the Pot

Press the pot at exactly 4 minutes. You should push the press (slowly) into the
pot to force all grounds to the bottom. You may need to repeat this step.

step
06

Pour & Enjoy

Pour as soon as you have pressed the pot. Enjoy!

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