Grind 20g of coffee and place it in the filter. Gently tap the device on the bench to settle the grounds into a flat bed. See our Grind Guide for correct grind settings.
3. FIRST POUR
Gently pour in 50g of water, just off the boil. Your water should be around 96°C. If you don’t have a temperature-controlled kettle, leave your water for a minute or two once it’s boiled and you’ll be close. Pour the water in a circular motion from the outside of the filter towards the centre.
Stir to make sure all the grounds are wet, and wait 30 seconds. This initial wait is called the "bloom" and gives time for the gasses trapped in the coffee to escape.5. MORE WATER
Gently pour in more water until you’ve added a total of 250ml. Pour using a circular motion. Pour each new batch of water in gently, trying not to disturb the coffee grounds too much.
6. STIR & SERVE
Gently stir again once the pour is complete. Stirring will help ensure all the grounds are evenly extracted. Wait around 30 more seconds until the water has passed through, remove the device from the mug and serve.