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Our Favourite Orea V3 Recipes

  • 2 min read

Sometimes it feels like there's an endless stream of new brewers making their way to the market, but there's no doubt that the brewer to make the biggest impact over the past few years is the Orea.

This flat-bottom brewer combines a fast flow rate with consistency, superior thermal properties, packability, durability, recycled materials and it looks great too. Combining the main components of flat-bed brewers with the aspects people love about conical brewers, the Orea produces bright and sweet brews, with unrivalled flavour clarity.

So you've got the brewer, but what next? Well this is where the fun begins, because now it's time to experiment. Below you’ll find our teams go-to recipes for this exciting new brewer. 

For these recipes you'll need:

A bag of your favourite Dear Green Coffee

Grinder

Scale

Pouring Device (Kettle or Jug)

Orea V3 Brewer 

Kalita or Orea Filters 

Before brewing, remember to rinse your filter. 

Anna’s Favourite Recipe: Three Pour Technique 

15g (Coffee) - 250g (Water) - 3 Pours - 2.5-3 Minute Brew Time

  1. Grind Fine (2.4 on the Made By Knock Aergrind)
  2. Add 15g of coffee to the brewer.
  3. Heat your water.
  4. Use 50g of water to bloom for 30 seconds.
  5. After 30 seconds add 100g of water to the brewer, slowly over 30 seconds.
  6. At the 1:30 mark, add another 100g of water to the brewer over 30 seconds.
  7. Leave to draw down. 
  8. Total brew time should be around 3 minutes.

 

 Adam's Favourite Recipe: Four Pour Technique

12g (Coffee) - 200g (Water) - 4 Pours - 2.5-3 Minute Brew Time

  1. Grind Fine (2.2 on the Made by Knock Aergrind)
  2. Add 12g of coffee to the brewer.
  3. Heat your water to 96 degrees.
  4. Bloom with 50g, leave for 30 seconds.
  5. Add water in 50g increments every 30 seconds until you reach 200g.
  6. Leave to draw down.
  7. Your total brew time should be between 2.5-3 minutes.

Kris's Favourite Recipe: Five Pour Method

12g (Coffee) - 200g (Water) - 5 Pours - 3 Minute Brew Time

  1. Grind on medium/fine (2.10 on the Made By Knock Aergrind)
  2. Add 12g of coffee to the brewer.
  3. Heat your water to 94 degrees.
  4. For the bloom, pour 40g of water a swirl, leaving for 30 seconds.
  5. Pour another 40 grams at the 30 second mark.
  6. Pour 40g at 30 second intervals until you reach 200g.
  7. Swirl and leave to draw down.
  8. Your total brew time should be around 3 minutes.

 

Now it’s over to you!

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