Orea Brewer Recipe
Written by James. Published on under the Coffee category.
The Orea coffee brewer has been my go-to pour-over device for a long time, alongside the Kalita Wave. The Orea, whose size is ideal for a one-cup pour-over, consistently brews delicious cups of coffee. I first applied my standard Kalita Wave recipe to the Orea, then later moved on to a continuous pour. This means that instead of stopping for a bloom phase, I pour all 250g of water in at once, slowly.
Below is my Orea Brewer Recipe.
- 15g of freshly-roasted coffee
- 250g of water, boiled to 97 degrees Celsius
- Measure out 15g of coffee. Grind to a medium-fine consistency (22 on a Comandante, or around 40 on a Comandante with Red Clix has worked out well for me). Boil water.
- Put filter paper in Orea brewer. Put the ground coffee into the filter paper.
- Shake the Orea until the ground coffee is evenly distributed across the brewer.
- Start a timer. Pour 250g of water slowly into the coffee. Pour in circles, starting from the centre of the brewer and moving out, then moving back to the centre.
- By 1:15, you should have poured in all of your water.
- Swirl the brewer lightly a few times.
- Wait for the remaining coffee to drip through.
- Enjoy your cup of coffee!
If you have tried and enjoyed this recipe, please send me an email at readers [at] jamesg.blog.
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