A recipe for conical or flat-bed drippers
Grind size: (Medium fine)
Water Temperature: 202 Degrees Fahrenheit
Output: 240g (8oz/ 1 cup of coffee )
0’00 introduce 45g of water for a total weight of 45g (Concentric Pour)
0’30 introduce 45g of water for a total weight of 90g (Center pour)
1’00 introduce 75g of water for a total weight of 165g (Concentric Pour)
1’30 introduce 75g of water for a total weight of 240g (Concentric Pour)
- Grind 15g of coffee medium to medium fine and bring kettle to 205 degrees Fahrenheit
- Once hot, rinse paper filter thoroughly with at least 50-75g of hot water. Use water to preheat your cup or save for later to water plants with.
- Put grounds in the center of the brewer and ensure the bed is flat before beginning to brew. Ensure scale is tared and have timer prepared.
- Begin timer and introduce 45g of water in a concentric pattern in effort to evenly saturate the grounds. Wait 30 seconds.
- At 30 seconds, introduce 45g of water for a total weight of 90g. Wait 30 more seconds.
- At 1’00, pour 75g of water for a total weight of 165g in a concentric pattern moving from the outer portion of the brewer to the inside.
- At 1’30, repeat step 6; pour 75g of water for a total weight of 240g in a concentric pattern
- Wait for coffee to drain and ensure that all water has drawn through the bed. The bed should be fairly flat.
The goal of this recipe is to provide a cup that balances sweetness and cup clarity.
Make sure to rinse at least 50-75g of hot water in paper filter to rid of any paper taste and pre-heat the brewer; Use water to pre-heat glass or save this for later to water your plants with :)
Center Pour is meant to speed up flow rate and push body in the final cup
In the last two pours, ensure that you pour close enough to the edges of the paper filter so that the coffee is drawn down to the bottom of the bed. This will help extend brew time and ensure a more even extraction in this recipe.
This recipe was brewed with a Bonavita Gooseneck kettle; Flow rate may vary depending on kettle used.
This should land your total brew time between 2:00 and 2:30. If it drains faster, grind coarser or adjust flow rate. Conversely, If it drains slower, grind finer or adjust flow rate.