These recipes are our tried-and-tested guides, designed help you get the best results when brewing our coffee at home. In addition to the brewer and filters, each recipe requires a coffee grinder, a scale, a jug, and fresh water.


No matter how you make your coffee, adopting these brewing basics for your morning routine will help you to produce coffee that’s not just delicious, but consistent and repeatable, too. 

But first and foremost, this: 
The quality of your ingredients is more important than your brew method, every time. No matter how expensive the brewer or elaborate the technique, you can’t brew great coffee with low quality, poorly-roasted, or stale beans.

Keep your coffee beans fresh.
It’s best to brew coffee beans within six weeks of when they’re roasted, or within two weeks of when the bag is opened. Coffee beans keep best at room temperature in the bag they’re packed in – never in the fridge.

Invest in a grinder.
For the best results, grind fresh. We can and do grind coffee for our customers, but those who invest in a grinder rarely regret it.

Brew using scales and a recipe.
Weighing coffee beans and brewing water on a scale may initially feel strange, but the consistent, delicious results the effort yields quickly makes it feel normal. Use our recipes above, and you'll have a great starting point for consistently-excellent results.

Take a moment to enjoy it.
The cup of coffee in front of you is the result of many years work. Now is a great time to take a minute to pause and consider what you’re tasting, as well as the journey of many hundreds of tiny miracles that made this cup of coffee possible.