Coffee Brewing Guide

French Press  

This brewing guide guarantees a rich and robust cup of coffee when using a French press or Espro Press.

To ensure the ultimate flavor and freshness of your coffee, it is essential to have a high-quality burr grinder, a reliable scale, a timer, and clean, filtered water heated to a temperature between 92 and 95 degrees Celsius.

For optimal results, use 65 grams of coffee per liter of water and grind it on a coarse setting. This coarse grind allows for better extraction and enhances the overall flavor profile.

Begin by starting a timer for 4 minutes and pouring the hot water over the coffee grounds. It is crucial to ensure that all the coffee is thoroughly wet, and you may find it helpful to use a spoon to stir it. During this brewing process, it is vital to leave the lid and filter off to allow gases to escape.

Once the 4 minutes are up, gently break through the crust of coffee that has formed on top, causing the coffee to sink to the bottom. Use a spoon to remove any large particles or foam that may be floating on the surface.

Allow the coffee to sit for approximately 30 seconds, allowing the finer particles to settle at the bottom. Then, secure the lid on the press and gently press the handle down, exerting slow and even pressure.

Before savoring your delicious brew, allow the coffee to cool for a moment to reach the ideal drinking temperature. Enjoy the rich, full-bodied flavors that this brewing method brings to your cup.


     Drip Coffee 

Experience the pure joy of drip coffee, one of the most delightful methods of manual brewing. To truly elevate your coffee experience, it is essential to have the right equipment and follow a few simple steps.

Firstly, equip yourself with a good grinder, scale, timer, and ensure you use clean, filtered water heated to the ideal temperature range of 92-95C. These elements will work together harmoniously to maximize the flavors of your precious coffee beans.

Next, precision is key. Weigh out 16 grams of coffee per cup or 250 ml of water. For a larger serving of 500 ml, use 32 grams of coffee. Grind your coffee to a medium-coarse consistency, as the size of the grind significantly impacts the flavor profile. To achieve the perfect balance, feel free to experiment with your own grinder. For a bolder, more robust flavor, grind coarser; and for a brighter, more vibrant taste, grind finer.

Now, assemble your brewing set-up. Begin by placing a filter paper in the dropper and rinsing it with water. Then, carefully pour the ground coffee into the filter paper, positioning it on top of your chosen mug or server. Place everything on the scale for precise measurements.

As you start the timer, slowly pour 30 to 60 grams of water over the coffee, ensuring that every bit of it gets soaked. Allow the coffee to bloom for 30 seconds, allowing the flavors to awaken and intensify.

After the bloom, continue pouring the rest of the water in a deliberate, circular motion. Start from the center and move outward, then bring it back to the center. Repeat this pattern, ensuring that the water hits the coffee evenly, resulting in a perfectly balanced brew.

The ideal brewing time for 250 or 500 grams of water is approximately 1 minute and 45 seconds. Both portions require the same pouring time. However, please note that the total brewing time may vary depending on the grind size and the specific characteristics of the coffee you are using.

To enhance the flavors further, give your brew a quick stir and allow it to cool slightly before serving. Then, sit back, relax, and relish in the exquisite richness of your drip coffee creation.

In conclusion, with the right tools and techniques, drip coffee brewing can provide an exceptional and satisfying experience. So, go ahead and treat yourself to the wonderful world of drip coffee. Enjoy every sip!



To maximize the rich flavors of your coffee beans, it's crucial to have the right tools, such as a high-quality grinder, accurate scale, and clean, filtered water.

For optimal results, measure 15-17 grams of coffee per cup and grind it to a medium consistency. Next, fill the bottom of the Moka pot with cold water until it reaches the valve level and insert the filter.

Ensure that the filter is completely filled with ground coffee, but do not press it down. Double-check that both the filter and rubber gasket are in place, and securely fasten the different parts of the Moka pot together.

Place the Moka pot on a low heat source and carefully monitor it. Once you hear the coffee starting to make a noise, promptly remove the pot from the heat. This will guarantee the extraction of only the finest coffee liquid.

Before pouring the coffee into your cups, give it a gentle stir with a spoon to enhance the overall flavor.

Lastly, it's essential to clean the Moka pot thoroughly after each use. Rinse it with hot water and ensure it is completely dry before storing it away.


Cold Brew

Experience the enchantment of Cold Brew, the ultimate upgrade to your regular iced coffee!

Why settle for anything less when you can elevate your coffee game to new levels of flavor and satisfaction? With our Cold Brew method, you'll discover one of the most enjoyable brewing techniques that will leave you spellbound!

Getting started is as simple as purchasing our premium coffee beans or ground coffee. And the best part? You can use any glassware you already have at home to create your own magical concoction!

If you have a grinder, go ahead and grind the coffee beans to a coarse size, aiming for about 90% coarse. But if you don't have one, don't fret! We can take care of that for you, ensuring convenience without compromising on the quality of your Cold Brew experience.

Now, it's time to bring the ingredients together. Take a glass container and generously add the full 250g of ground coffee. Pour approximately 2 liters of room temperature filtered water into the mix. Giving it a good stir will ensure that every grain of coffee becomes fully saturated with the water, intensifying the flavors like never before.

Once the stirring is done, cover the container and let nature work its magic. Allow it to rest at room temperature for a mesmerizing 18 hours. During this time, the coffee will slowly transform into a concentrated elixir, boasting a remarkable depth of taste and aroma.

When the waiting time is up, it's now time to unveil your creation. Straining the mixture is a breeze, thanks to the coarse grind. Whether you opt for a tea strainer, cheesecloth, or any other filter you have on hand, the result will be a delightfully smooth and rich Cold Brew concentrate.

Now, take a moment to appreciate the masterpiece you've crafted. This luscious concentrate is meant to be diluted with water, opening up a world of possibilities. Whether you prefer a 50/50 ratio or want to experiment with the taste, it's entirely up to you. Pour it over ice, and let it transform your ordinary coffee break into an extraordinary chilled coffee experience.

Don't settle for mediocre when you can immerse yourself in the enchantment of Cold Brew. Elevate your mornings and enjoy a caffeinated journey like no other. Unlock the night magic of Cold Brew and savor the rewards of a truly extraordinary cup of iced coffee.