The Delter coffee Press gives you a new and fun way to brew. It is designed from the ground up to solve one of the biggest brewing challenges – uncontrolled agitation.
The Solution? Infusion, of course.
The unique Jet-Seal separates the brew water and coffee to stop unwanted agitation and offering next-level brewing possibilities, using a process called “Injection Brewing”.
By infusing hot water into the coffee grounds under pressure, the Delter coffee press gives you improved control and consistency for each brew.
How to use the Delter Coffee Press:
- Make sure to use fresh coffee
- 12g of ground coffee = 2 scoops from the Delter dose cap
- Medium fine coarseness – finer than the french press, coarser than espresso
- Place your filter in the cap – and rinse your filter.
- Make sure your plunger is fully submerged into the brew chamber
- Flip your Delter Coffee Press
- Add your coffee to the coffee chamber – not in the cap, to ensure your cap will screw on properly – screw your cap on until firmly tight
- Tip out rinsed water from the cup
- Add just-under-boiling water to the brewing chamber
- Fill to 200ml line
- Hold cap down and raise to 50ml water level
- Press down for extraction
- The injection process gives you full control between the water volume and time of contact
- A gentle press will have the best results, this reduces agitation, and increases dwell time between water and coffee.
- After the first infusion, raise the plunger to the 100ml line and press down
- Add your dosing tool as a lid to control temp and keep it stable
- Raise the plunger to 100ml line again, press through the air gap to increase volume in your cup
There are many ways to experiment with the Delter coffee press, like:
- More ground coffee
- Refilling the chamber for a total of 400ml water infusion
- Experiment with pre-infusion and volumetric control of each plunge
Cleaning your coffee press:
Plunge air through coffee grounds a couple of times until the coffee grounds are dry – twist off the cap at bottom and rinse leftover grounds.