For The Perfect Brew

Auto Drip (12 Cup)

Brew Parametres

  • Auto drip coffee maker
  • 55-57g of medium/fine ground coffee
  • 12 cups of water (96oz)
  •  1 – 12 cup brewer paper or reusable filter

Brew Methods

1.) Place filter in basket. Pre-heat and rinse filter with hot water (discard excess water).

2.) Weigh out the desired amount of ground coffee. (55-57g recommended standard).

3.) Add coffee to brew basket and gently shake the coffee level; position basket above carafe or coffee pot.

4.) Fill the brewers water reservoir with 12 cups (96oz) of filtered or spring water.

5.) Press” Brew” or “Auto” button to begin brew cycle. After the coffee has completed the brew cycle, turn the brewer off and serve.


Brew Parametres

  • 1 AeroPress Brewer
  • 15-18g of medium/coarse ground coffee
  • 7oz of boiling (205°F) filtered or spring water
  • 1 – Aeropress paper filter
  • 1 – Mug of choice (Preferably 16oz)

Brew Methods

1.) Boil 7oz of filtered/spring water to boil, grind 15-18g of whole bean coffee to medium/coarse grind.

2.) Insert paper aeropress filter into the detachable aeropress plastic perforated cap, once filter is added, screw plastic cap to aeropress brew chamber.

3.) Add 15-18g of coffee to aeropress brew chamber, fill with 7oz of boiling water, take aeropress plunger and gently push down to attach to aeropress brew chamber. Once pushed down slightly pull up gently to create vacuum seal.

4.) Let coffee steep for 3-6 minutes.

5.) Push the plunger all the way to extract coffee from aeropress, serve hot and enjoy.

French Press (8 Cup)

Brew Parametres

  • 1 – French Press (8 Cup)
  • 50-55g of coarse ground coffee
  • Boiled Water (205°F) (Kettle)
  • Wooden spoon or coffee paddle

Brew Methods

1.) Warm up the empty French Press by rinsing it with the boiled water. This helps maintain temperature while brewing which gives you optimal extraction.

2.) Grind 50-55g of whole bean coffee to a coarse grind.

3.) Add ground coffee to french press camber and fill halfway with boiling water, gently stir after 1-2 minutes.

4.) Fill the remainder of the french press with boiling water, cover with french press top and allow coffee to continue brewing for another 3-4 minutes.

5.) At 4:00 -5:00 minutes, you are ready to press. Firmly push the press all the way down, serve and enjoy!

Chemex & Pour Over (2 Cups)

Brew Parametres

  • 1 – Chemex/pourover Brewer
  • 34g of medium/coarse ground coffee
  • 18oz of boiled (205°F) filtered/spring water in a kettle (gooseneck preferred)
  • Chemex/pourover paper filter

Brew Methods

1.) Unfold paper filter and place it in the chemex, pre heat filter with boiled water. (Discard excess water)

2.) Pour your ground coffee into the filter and give it a gentle shake, this is flattening the coffee bed for optimal extraction.

3.) The chemex brewing process will have four pours of boiling water, start by gently pouring around the coffee beds center in a circular motion and slowly working your way out to the edge of the filter. (Each pour should last roughly 45sec)

4.) Allow the water to drip through the grounds until the grounds drops 1 inch from the bottom of the filter. Repeat step 3 & 4 three more times.)

5.) The brew should take between 3-5 minutes in total, serve & enjoy!


Brew Parametres

  • 18-21g Jumping Bean Espresso (To taste)
  • Espresso machine with portafilter
  • Espresso Grinder
  • Tamper
  • Espresso Cup

Brew Methods

1.) Remove the portafilter from the machine, wipe clean of any previous coffee grounds. Add 19-21g of Espresso ground coffee to the portafilter. Gently tap the portafilter to level out the coffee.

2.) Use the tamper, firmly press down evenly onto the espresso ground coffee in the portafilter, this creates a solid espresso puck.

3.) Prep the espresso machine by purging hot water through the group head, once completed turn and lock the portafilter.

4.) Engage the group head and pull the espresso shot, the entire extraction process should last 20-30 seconds. This yields roughly 1-1.5oz of espresso. If it takes too much longer or is pulling too slow, try a coarser grind. If it brews too quick, try a finer grind.