Use water with minerals designed for coffee (best), filtered water (good), or tap water (acceptable) heated to 200 – 205 degrees F(except for cold brew).
On a scale of 1 – 10, 1 being the finest and 10 the coarsest, we recommend using a burr grinder and the following grind settings as starting points for each brew method.
Refer to the accompanying diagrams on “Extraction & Taste Perception” and “How to Dial in Coffee” to make the best of your brew.
v60 Pour Over
15.5 parts water : 1 part coffee (recommended: 420g water and 27g coffee)
Step 1. Heat approximately 600g of water; set dripper on sturdy mug/decanter.
Step 2. Put filter in dripper & pre-wet filter liberally with heated water, dump filter-wetting water out of decanter, leaving filter in brewer.
Step 3. Put dripper and decanter on scale & add 27g ground coffee in filter. Tare scale. START TIMER. Pour approx. 60g water over grounds to bloom. Stir back and forth 5 times.
Step 4. AT 30 SEC, begin pour again, spiraling out from center to edge of coffee bed but careful not to touch the wall of the brewer. (Make sure to "break" entire crust) Return to center and pour remaining 420g water by 1:30 MIN. mark (total elapsed time).
Step 5. Immediately stir back and forth 5 more times, making sure to agitate grounds at bottom.
Step 6. Wait until dripping ceases, remove filter with grounds and discard.
16 parts water : 1 part coffee
(Recommended: To brew four 8oz cups of coffee, use 960g of water, and 60g of coffee)
Step 1. Put filter into brew basket, and measuring vessel on scale.
Step 2. Tare scale and add desired weight of coffee.
Step 3. Grind coffee and put into filter.
Step 4. Weigh out water and pour into reservoir.
Step 5. Start brew sequence.
Step 6. To maximize flavor, wait until brew is finished dripping out, then stir or swirl coffee before pouring your cup.
15.5 parts water : 1 part coffee
(Recommended: To brew two 12oz cups of coffee, use 700g water amd 45g coffee)
Step 1. Heat 900g water, put filter in brewer.
Step 2. Pre-wet filter liberally with heated water.
Step 3. Dump water out, leaving filter in brewer.
Step 4. Put brewer on scale, add 45g ground coffee to filter.
Step 5. Tare scale. START TIMER. Pour 100g water over grounds to bloom.
Step 6. Immediately stir back and forth 5 times. AT 30 SEC. begin pour, spiraling out from the center to edge of coffee bed, be careful not to touch the wall of the brewer, but also saturate the entire crust. Return pour to center, pouring remaining 600g water by 2 MIN. mark (total elapsed time).
Step 7. Immediately stir back and forth 5 more times, making sure to agitate grounds at bottom.
Step 8. Wait until dripping ceases, remove filter with grounds and discard.
Toddy Home Cold Brew System
5 parts water : 1 part coffee
Step 1. Put circular filter and plug in bottom of brew device.
Step 2. Measure ground coffee and put into brew device.
Step 3. Pour half of measured water onto coffee.
Step 4. Stir until fully saturated, pour in remaining water.
Step 5. Let sit for 15hrs at room temp.
Step 6. Remove plug and let cold brew drain into decanter.
Step 7. Keep concentrate refrigerated for up to 2 weeks
Step 1. Dilute with 1 part milk or water : 1 part cold brew concentrate
Step 2. Pour over ice and enjoy OR heat on stove top/steam wand
12 parts water : 1 part coffee
(Use 200g water and 17g coffee)
Step 1. Insert plunger into chamber (through opposite end of cap) up to #4.
Step 2. Stand brewer on countertop, cap end up, pour in ground coffee.
Step 3. START TIMER. Add 200g water (almost to brim). Stir 10 times.
Step 4. Set paper filter in cap and pre-wet, twist cap onto chamber.
Step 5. AT 1:45 MIN. flip and stand chamber (cap end down) onto sturdy mug or decanter. Immediately and gently plunge entire contents into cup or decanter.
14 parts water : 1 part coffee
(Recommended: To brew two 12oz cups of coffee, use 700g of water and 50g of coffee)
Step 1. Pour heated water into brewer to preheat for a few minutes, then dump water.
Step 2. Add 50g ground coffee to brewer
Step 3. START TIMER. Add 700g of water.
Step 4. Stir back and forth 5 times to fully saturate grounds.
Step 5. Place lid on top, but do not push screen down.
Step 6. AT 5 MIN. plunge and immediately decant all coffee into cups or pitcher.