The Delter Press
Grind around 15g of coffee to a consistency slightly finer than that used for a French Press.
Boil your kettle to around 95’C
Place the Delter filter into the holster. Run boiled water through the blank filter to remove any papery taste.
Insert the piston of the brewer, place it upside down and add your coffee into the brewing chamber.
Tightly screw in the end cap with the wet filter securely in place.
Flip over the Delter into the upright position, and place it over your cup.
With the Delter piston fully inserted, pour your water into the inner tube of the piston until reaching the 200ml mark and place the brewing cap to keep in the heat.
Lift the piston up until the water reaches the 50ml mark and slowly push back down.
This will begin the brewing process as water is introduced to the bed of coffee.
Once the 50ml of water has passed through the coffee, lift the piston up again, this time until the 100ml mark.
Slowly press the water through the coffee again; the slower the liquid passes through the coffee the more time will be allowed for exposure to water and the stronger the curated cup will be.
Slower presses tend to give better results here.
Lift up the piston again and press through the remaining water.
Remove the Delter Press, do away with the extracted coffee and rinse the brewer.
Enjoy this immensely tasty cup.