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Agreed on the taste differences.
I found that this recipe is from Coava Coffee http://coavacoffee.com/blogs/news/9853248-aeropress.I looked up Stumptown's guide for Aeropress, they recommend the dilution method. Tried it out this week and the results are nice. Here is my new method.Inverted.16g coffee, 3 clicks counter clockwise from closed on a Porlex mini.Pour 50 grams water at 190*, start clock, stir.At 30 seconds, add water to 130 grams.Screw on filter, press air out.At 1:30, flip and plunge into mug....
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Are you also increasing the time the water is in contact with the grinds? If not, updosing will result in less extraction. All else equal, if you are getting underextracted coffee, you want to decrease the ratio. Updosing got popular with espresso shots, but it does not translate well to pour over unless you change other factors, such as brew time.
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I find the golden ratio for almost any method of brewing to be 1g coffee/15g water. This works for Chemex, woodneck and Aeropress. The only variable is the grind size.
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I found this on the website of one of the shops in PDX.Inverted.15g coffee, 3 clicks counter clockwise from closed on a Porlex mini.Pour 50 grams water, start clock, stir.At 30 seconds, add water to 225 grams.Screw on filter, press air out.At 1:30, spin the top of the Aeropress to agitate for 15 seconds. Painful experience tip - do this over a sink.Plunge into mug. Should take 15-30 seconds. If shorter, grind finer next time. If longer, grind coarser.
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