BREW GUIDE - FRENCH PRESS
Bring enough water to fill your French Press to a boil. For a 17-ounce press, you will need about 350-grams or 12-ounces for our US friends.
Grind your INVITO beans while the water is heating. French Press coffee calls for an even coarse grind. Yaro recommends starting with a 1:12 coffee-to-water ratio, but if you use 350-grams of water, you will want 30-grams of our Medium Roast coffee.
Begin by gently pouring twice the amount of water that you have coffee onto the grounds. If you have 30-grams of coffee, you will want to begin with 60-grams of water.
Give the grounds a gentle stir and allow the coffee to bloom for 30 seconds.
Pour the remaining water and place the lid gently on top of the grounds. Do not begin the plunge just yet - let the coffee steep for four minutes.
Now it is time to begin the plunge and press the filter down. If your grind is too find you will find it hard to press. If the plunger pushes through immediately - your coffee grind is too coarse.
When you have finished pressing, it is best to serve the coffee immediately. However, Yaro recommends not to let that delicious INVITO Coffee sit! You do not want it to continue brewing and over-extract.
Enjoy your INVITO!