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serving suggestions
1 serving = 2 tablespoon coffee + 6 ounces water
2 servings = ¼ cup (4 tablespoon) coffee + 12 ounces (2 cups) water
Water should be 195º to 205º F for all brewing methods


Medium grind (looks like sand)

How To:
• Place paper filter in basket of coffee maker
• Add the desired amount of coffee grinds to filter
• Add water to machine reservoir
• Press start button to brew!


Coarse (comparable to sea salt)

How To:
• While water is heating up add ground coffee to French press carafe then pour water over grinds and stir with a wooden spoon or spatula.
• Place lid on top of carafe and wait 4 minutes to allow the coffee to brew
• After 4 minutes is up, push the plunger down until it reaches the bottom. (Turn pouring slits in top to face spout to allow air release).
• Pour and enjoy!

Pour Over

Medium Fine

How To:
• Start with two level tablespoons of ground coffee per cup.
• Measure water into your kettle and bring to boil (or if using a temperature control kettle, set to 205F).
• Slowly pour hot water over the coffee in the brew cone, making sure to evenly wet the grounds.
• Once the grounds are fully wet, stop pouring and let the coffee “bloom.” Wait 20-30 seconds and then continue pouring the remaining water in a circular motion. Try to avoid pouring on the sides of the cone.
• Remove the filter cone once it finishes dripping, and enjoy!

Stove Top Espresso

Medium Fine

How To:
(Moka Pot Required)
• Pour hot water (amount based on serving size) into the bottom of the Moka pot. Then add the coffee grinds to the built-in filter.
• Screw on spouted top tightly and place on stove top. Heat pot on medium heat.
• As it heats up, IF you lift the lid, you will see your espresso coffee fill up the top portion of the Moka pot. When coffee fin-ishes spurting out of the top, that’s when you know it’s done.
• Remove from heat and serve!

Cold Brew


How To:
• Add 250 grams of freshly roasted coarse grinds to a container
• Pour one liter of cold, freshly filtered water over the grinds. Stir gently
• Cover container and let steep in refrigerator for 12 hours.
• After coffee steeps, place a cheese cloth over a mesh strainer and pour the coffee into a clean container.
• Add more or less water to adjust for strength
• Pour desired amount over ice and enjoy. (Coffee can be stored in the fridge for up to 1 week)


How To:
• Fill machine water reservoir with water
• Open k-cup chamber lid and place your favorite Barrie House coffee capsule inside.
• Close the lid and place mug on the drink plate.
• Select cup size and hit brew! Enjoy