Steel Mesh Filter

Steel Mesh Filter Brewing Guide for First Principle Coffee

Embark on a unique brewing adventure with First Principle Coffee, where every sip resonates with the heart of Indian coffee farms. Our method celebrates the essence of First Principle Thinking by embracing simplicity, sustainability, and unmatched quality.

What You'll Need:

  • First Principle Coffee Beans: Select your favorite blend from our exquisite range, sourced directly from the lush landscapes of Indian farms.
  • A Steel Mesh Filter: Durable, eco-friendly, and designed to unlock deep, rich flavors.
  • A Coffee Grinder: For the freshest grind, tailor-made for your taste.
  • A Kettle: Preferably a gooseneck kettle for precise water control.
  • A Scale: Precision leads to perfection.
  • Fresh Water: The purer, the better.
  • A Timer: Every second counts in crafting the perfect brew.

Preparation: The First Principle Way

  1. Measure and Grind: Start with 15g of your chosen First Principle Coffee beans. Grind them to a medium-coarse consistency, akin to sea salt. This grind size allows the water to flow smoothly through the coffee, optimizing extraction and flavor.
  2. Preheat Your Gear: Rinse the steel mesh filter with hot water. This not only cleanses the filter but also warms your brewing vessel, ensuring temperature stability.
  3. Bloom Your Coffee: Place the filter over your cup or carafe and add the ground coffee. Gently pour 40g of hot water (around 200°F) over the grounds to wet them evenly. Let it sit for 30 seconds. This process, called blooming, releases carbon dioxide and enhances flavor extraction.
  4. The Pour: After blooming, slowly pour the remaining water in a circular motion over the grounds. Aim for a total of 200g of water, including the bloom. The pour should take about 2 minutes. Maintain a steady hand and even pace to ensure all the coffee grounds are evenly extracted.
  5. The Wait: Let the coffee drip through the mesh filter. This should take an additional minute or so. Enjoy the aroma as the final drops signal the completion of your brewing journey.
  6. Serve and Savor: Discard the used grounds (they make excellent compost) and rinse your steel mesh filter. Pour the freshly brewed coffee into your favorite cup and savor the depth of flavors, the result of your craftsmanship and our finest Indian beans.