Brew Guides

Great coffee is just the start for making an excellent cup of coffee.

The grinder you use, the coffee you choose, and even the water can change the taste in the cup.
These brew guides are a great starting point.
Use them more as guidelines than law.
Play around with your brewer and parameters to get each coffee to taste just how you like it.

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Aeropress

The lightweight, convenient, ingenious Aerobie AeroPress® coffee maker is a cult favorite and there’s a reason why. Its versatile and simple design allows a wide array of brewing styles, resulting in a clean, elegant and delicious coffee brewed one cup at a time.
AeroPress brewing is a full-immersion method, meaning that water and coffee sit in contact for a period of time before being expressed through the cylinder, meaning you’ll find a more aromatic and nuanced cup when compared to other brewing methods. Its high-quality, durable plastic body is BPA – and phthalate-free.
Includes a starter accessory set of paper micro-filters.

6 Cup Chemex

An iconic brewer with a timeless design invented in 1941, the Chemex is easy to use and easy on the eyes. The Chemex is housed in the MOMA permanent design collection —it also lives on most of our kitchen counters, too. It brews a clean cup and maintains body and balanced floral notes.

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Clever Dripper

The Clever Dripper is one of the easiest brew methods out there, offering the benefits of pour over and French press brewing without the drawbacks of either. This is achieved through the Clever’s conical build (like a pour over) and by retaining the water and coffee grounds within the brew chamber (in the style of a French press) until the draining valve is activated. This allows you to have full immersion and still utilize a filter to catch any sediment. The Clever Coffee Dripper is ideal for those who enjoy full-bodied coffees that maintain a high level of flavor clarity.

Espresso

Espresso is the name of a highly concentrated, bittersweet coffee originating in Italy in the early 20th century. Brewed by expressing or forcing a small amount of nearly boiling water under pressure through finely ground coffee beans. The espresso machine creates a rich, sweet and full bodied cup. The key to espresso is consistency and using a high-quality grinder.

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French Press

A French press, also known as a cafetière, cafetière à piston, Cafeteria, press pot, coffee press, or coffee plunger, is a coffee brewing device invented by Paolini Ugo and patented by Italian designer Attilio Calimani and Giulio Moneta in 1929.
The French Press is the perfect low-maintenance brew method for lazy Saturday mornings. Done right, it produces a creamy-bodied coffee.

Hario V60

Hario is an elegant brewer for those who want to perfect the pour. Easy to learn but with a whole range of variations, it’s the method you’re most likely to see in your favourite brew bar or cafe.

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Cup Moka Pot

The Moka Pot is a classic brewing method with strong Italian roots. Patented in 1933 by inventor Luigi De Ponti for Alfonso Bialetti, the Moka Pot has spent over three quarters of a century as one of the most recognizable at-home coffee solutions (especially in Europe). Easy to use, his pressurized brewing technique brews very strong coffee. It’s strong enough to sip on lightly like espresso, enjoy with steamed milk, or cut with hot water for a bigger, less intense drink.

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Aeropress

The lightweight, convenient, ingenious Aerobie AeroPress® coffee maker is a cult favorite and there’s a reason why. Its versatile and simple design allows a wide array of brewing styles, resulting in a clean, elegant and delicious coffee brewed one cup at a time.
AeroPress brewing is a full-immersion method, meaning that water and coffee sit in contact for a period of time before being expressed through the cylinder, meaning you’ll find a more aromatic and nuanced cup when compared to other brewing methods. Its high-quality, durable plastic body is BPA – and phthalate-free.
Includes a starter accessory set of paper micro-filters.

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6 Cup Chemex

An iconic brewer with a timeless design invented in 1941, the Chemex is easy to use and easy on the eyes. The Chemex is housed in the MOMA permanent design collection —it also lives on most of our kitchen counters, too. It brews a clean cup and maintains body and balanced floral notes.

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Clever Dripper

The Clever Dripper is one of the easiest brew methods out there, offering the benefits of pour over and French press brewing without the drawbacks of either. This is achieved through the Clever’s conical build (like a pour over) and by retaining the water and coffee grounds within the brew chamber (in the style of a French press) until the draining valve is activated. This allows you to have full immersion and still utilize a filter to catch any sediment. The Clever Coffee Dripper is ideal for those who enjoy full-bodied coffees that maintain a high level of flavor clarity.

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Espresso

Espresso is the name of a highly concentrated, bittersweet coffee originating in Italy in the early 20th century. Brewed by expressing or forcing a small amount of nearly boiling water under pressure through finely ground coffee beans. The espresso machine creates a rich, sweet and full bodied cup. The key to espresso is consistency and using a high-quality grinder.

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French Press

A French press, also known as a cafetière, cafetière à piston, Cafeteria, press pot, coffee press, or coffee plunger, is a coffee brewing device invented by Paolini Ugo and patented by Italian designer Attilio Calimani and Giulio Moneta in 1929.
The French Press is the perfect low-maintenance brew method for lazy Saturday mornings. Done right, it produces a creamy-bodied coffee.

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Hario V60

Hario is an elegant brewer for those who want to perfect the pour. Easy to learn but with a whole range of variations, it’s the method you’re most likely to see in your favourite brew bar or cafe.

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Cup Moka Pot

The Moka Pot is a classic brewing method with strong Italian roots. Patented in 1933 by inventor Luigi De Ponti for Alfonso Bialetti, the Moka Pot has spent over three quarters of a century as one of the most recognizable at-home coffee solutions (especially in Europe). Easy to use, his pressurized brewing technique brews very strong coffee. It’s strong enough to sip on lightly like espresso, enjoy with steamed milk, or cut with hot water for a bigger, less intense drink.

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Aeropress

The lightweight, convenient, ingenious Aerobie AeroPress® coffee maker is a cult favorite and there’s a reason why. Its versatile and simple design allows a wide array of brewing styles, resulting in a clean, elegant and delicious coffee brewed one cup at a time.
AeroPress brewing is a full-immersion method, meaning that water and coffee sit in contact for a period of time before being expressed through the cylinder, meaning you’ll find a more aromatic and nuanced cup when compared to other brewing methods. Its high-quality, durable plastic body is BPA – and phthalate-free.
Includes a starter accessory set of paper micro-filters.