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Aeropress Review 
In preparing to review the Aeropress, we downloaded recipes from the World Aeropress Championship Website http://worldaeropresschampionship.com/recipes/. After trying many of the recipes, both the fine grind and coarse grind versions, we came away wanting more, wanting a method that would satisfy our questions, and flavour & taste receptors. We wanted to know if it was possible to make an espresso-like drink with the Aeropress, mostly because we are a deeply curious bunch, but also we wanted a tasty method for our non-electric cabins that we were living in for 3 months...We were very pleased by the results.
Pre-heat plungerPre-soak the paper filterGrind 27 grams of coffee using a Porlex hand grinder (or roughly the entire contents from a toped up Porlex)Use 90 grams of 95 Celsius water (or fill only to the #2 mark on the Aeropress)10 seconds of stirringPlunge as hard as possible
Details: Place the plunger and chamber in a cooking pot and pour boiling water over it a…

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