Stove Top Brew Guide
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The brew ratio is 1:17.
Fill the base of the stovetop with hot filtered water. Fill to just under the pressure valve.
Fill your brew basket with freshly ground coffee. Gently shake side to side to level the bed of coffee. Do not tamp the coffee.
Place the brew basket into the bottom chamber and tightly screw in the top section.
Place the stovetop onto the heat source.
After a short period of time, the coffee will begin to fill the top chamber of the stovetop.
Allow the coffee to fully percolate into the top chamber. You will notice a change in sound as the water level drops.
Remove the stove top from the heat source (remembering to switch off the heat source), serve and enjoy.
The grind should be a medium size. If too fine, the water will take longer to pass through the ground coffee and you might experience some bitterness in the cup.
If the coffee extraction takes too long (very slow percolation into the top chamber) or you experience bitterness in the cup, you might want to try grinding the coffee a bit coarser or using less coffee in the basket.
When it comes to coffee - fresh is best. Purchase fresh coffee beans from your local cafe or roastery, grinding as required using a hand or electric grinder.
CARE:Clean after use.
Wash with hot water and dry.