52g of coffee, preferably ground at a filter grind
700g of hot water
The Chemex was first created by the german chemist Peter Schlumbohm, an eccentric character and well known inventor that got his creation in the MoMA’s collection in 1944.
The design remains almost unchanged, apart from its Pyrex glass manufacturer and the glass handle which was substituted by the wood holder. The system follows the same principle as the drip but it gains the thumbs up when you have more than one guest which will serve till 5.
The next recipe is for two full cups of coffee.
Arrange the filter of the Chemex; 3 layers in the dropping side, one layer on the other.
Rinse the filter, so you can evade the paper flavour and this one can get more attached to the glass.
Add the 52g of coffee into the filter.
Pour 100g of water in concentric circles.
Let it rest till the blooming process stops you will observe that the space grows and a thin layer of creamy coffee it’s on top, when this stops happening, blooming is done.
Pour the rest of the 600g of water through the middle section.
Take the filter out.
And enjoy with company