We have changed our look, Our Catalina Bay Store is still selling stock under our old branding and our Huapai Store is selling stock under the new branding till we run it out

Brew Guides

  • CHEMEX                                              
  • RATIO :  40g coffee - 680g water (17:1)                                                                                               
  • GRIND :  Course
  • WATER TEMP : 92 - 96 degC
  • BREW TIME :  30-45s Bloom - 3.30 total
  • NOTES :  Wet filter before brewing, 1- cup - 20g coffee to 340g water,4- cup - 40g coffee to 680g water. Pour in concentric circles around the grounds, not directly on the filter, Swirl before serving.
  • V60   
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  • RATIO :   20g coffee - 340g water (17:1)                                                                                    
  • GRIND :  Medium 
  • WATER TEMP :  92- 96 degC
  • BREW TIME :  30-45 sec Bloom - 3.00 total
  • NOTES :  Wet filter before brewing, Single serving - 20g coffee to 340g water, Pour in concentric circles around the ground, not directly on the filter.

     

  • AEROPRESS  
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  • RATIO :20g Coffee - 250g Water (2:25)                                                                                                    
  • GRIND :  medium-fine
  • WATER TEMP :  100 - 105 degC
  • BREW TIME :  1.30 min , 1/3 water stir, wait 30s - 2/3 water stir wait 60s
  • NOTES :  Single serving 20g coffee to 250g water, Stir grounds at each stage to fully saturate, Use the alternative method of inverting the Aeropress.

 

 

 

HOURGLASS BREWING / Chemex

Hourglass brewing is widely considered the better choice for people who are looking for a smoother cup with less bitterness and don't mind the lack of body. Hourglass brewing leaves you with sort of the opposite impression of a french press. The resulting brew is very bright and clear as opposed to thick and heavy

               

 

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