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🛒 Most coffees work well with this method


⚖️ 15 g

⚙️ Extra Coarse

🕒 05:30 minutes

💧 250mL @ 🌡️ 85-98°C°C


☕ Channi

Recipe contributed by the amazing
🧑🏻‍💼 Mashex

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Step 1:

Measure out approx 250 ml of water.

Step 2:

Bring it to a boil, take it off the heat.

Step 3:

Wait about 2-3 min for the water to cool down a bit. Boiling water actually burns coffee. It’s best brewed with water sliiiightly under boiling temperature. 85º to 98º C if you wanna be specific.

Step 4:

Add 15 grams of coffee to the glass. Tip: 2 and a ½ tbsp is 15 gm

Step 5:

Add approx 60 ml of the hot water to your glass and wet all the grounds. This ‘blooms’ the coffee, which means it gives the extra gases in fresh coffee a little time to escape.

Step 6:

Add the rest of the water in circles to spread it evenly.

Step 7:

Wait 5 minutes for it to brew. In the meantime check out this website for lols

Step 8:

Pour the liquid from the mug/jar through the strainer and into your mug.

Step 9:

Add any milks or sweeteners you like, give it a stir and take a sip!

Step 10:

Boom! You just brewed some dope coffee.

The Simple Strainer

You've passed this by in your kitchen a billion times - the simple tea strainer. Aka: The Channi. But did you know besides tea, it can also make a nice cuppa?

Although, we gotta add, this method won’t be the clearest in terms of flavour. If brewing coffee is something you find yourself enjoying, it’d be a good idea to invest in gear eventually. If not, its cool - the strainer's got your back.


I want it less bitter:
Reduce the brew time by a little

I want it less sour:
Increase the brew time by a little

I want it stronger:
Add more grounds! You can go up by another few grams in case you're not getting the flavour you want.

I want a cleaner brew:
Place a wet muslin cloth/cheesecloth over the strainer when you're pouring. It'll take out any sediment that might go through

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