I love the outdoors. There’s something about escaping the daily routine that brings me a sense of renewal and the feeling of a fresh start. Like a hike through the woods when the leaves are changing, or sharing stories with good people around a campfire. And when we go camping, we bring great coffee.
Bringing great coffee makes the trip even better. Although some people think you're unable to brew a good cup while you're out in the woods, but with the Aeropress, the Hario Handmill, and a bag of Torch coffee, it’s pretty simple.
Just follow these steps. *The ratio of water to coffee we use is 16:1 (We encourage you to play around with it a bit!)
Step 1: Weigh out 17 grams (1 Aeropress scoop/3 tablespoons = 17 grams)
Step 2: Grind coffee (We use a grind size that’s a little coarser than table salt); Put ground coffee in Aeropress
Step 3: Rinse paper filter.
Step 4: Pour water thats anywhere between 185-195 degrees fahrenheit or 90 seconds off boil. Pour about 100ml of water or about halfway. Stir to get all of the grounds saturated. Wait 30 seconds.
Step 5: Pour about 272ml of water or almost to the top of the aeropress. Give it another quick stir.
Step 6: Stir it once again when your timer hits 1 minute and 30 seconds.
Step 7: Put the Aeropress cap on at 2 minutes, turn the Aeropress on top of your cup, and steadily push down until you hear a hissing noise.
Step 8: It’s ready! Sip and share