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  • 2009 World Aeropress Championships

    The following link gives a lot of information on the
    2009 World Aeropress Championships
    The second annual World Aeropress Championships have been a fantastic success
    http://timwendelboe.no/2009/06/2009-world-aeropress-championships/

    Well you learn something new every day

    I am waiting on recipes and special user techniques to become available :

    Enjoy
    KK

  • #2
    Re: 2009 World Aeropress Championships

    Some good names in the final 24 competitors for the competition.

    1. Anders Valde, reining World Aeropress Champion 2008
    2. James Hoffman (awaiting flight confirmation details) World Barista Champion 2007
    3. Ola Brattås, Nordic Roaster Champion 2008
    4. Michael Kuliani, barista from Cortado AS, Oslo
    5. Ben Kaminsky (in person?), US Cupping Champion 2009
    6. Lars Huse, barista from Java, Oslo
    7. Rasmus Helgebostad (alla Tim Varney), Norwegian Cupping Champion 2009
    8. Håkon Kinn, The ‘Sammy Piccolo’ of Norway
    9. Alexander Scheen Jensen, Solberg & Hansen, 5th place Norwegian Barista Championship 2002
    10. Mette-Marie Hansen, Kaffa (Java & Mocca)
    11. Morten Wennersgaard, Solberg & Hansen
    12. Samuli Ronkanen, all the way from Finland
    13. Lucasz Jura, Polish Barista Champion 2007, working at Stockfleth’s
    14. Magnus Hoem Iversen, Kaffamisjonen
    15. Klaus Thomsen, World Barista Champion 2006 (alla Kristin H R Nielsen)
    16. Einar K. Holthe, 2007 Norwegian Barista Champion
    17. Thomas Holme, barista at Tim Wendelboe’s
    18. Tim Varney, ‘the other Tim’ from Tim Wendelboe’s
    19. Stian Horne
    20. Anne Lunell, Swedish Barista Champion 2006, from Koppi, Sweden
    21. Andrea Gamst, barista from Java
    22. Magnus Lindskog, Supreme Roastworks
    23. Joar Christoffersen, Supreme Roastworks
    24. Frederik Kolderup, Non Dos Wine

    http://timwendelboe.no/category/aeropress/

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    • #3
      Re: 2009 World Aeropress Championships

      The winning recipe is available here;

      http://stockfleths.as/

      assuming this link doesnt get removed by the mods

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      • #4
        Re: 2009 World Aeropress Championships

        Yes
        Thanks Pberry thats a good recipe
        But what is this upside down method?

        The Recipe
        Stockfleths aeropress recipe (Lukasz):

        Hot brew:
        Start with the the Aeropress upside down.
        Pre washed filter
        19,5 (20) g coffee
        Grind: 7. Similar to filter grind on Ditting grinder in Stockfleths stores.
        2 dl water
        Water temperature: 75 degrees Celsius
        Stir 4 times
        Stop stirring, secure the filter an turn at ca 10 seconds.(Total contact time ca 15 sec.)
        Press.

        This is called: "The upside-down method"


        Flavour notes: Nutty aroma.Like hazelnuts. Nougat and caramel. Honeyflower. Fat, oily mouthfeel.

        KK

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        • #5
          Re: 2009 World Aeropress Championships

          Inverted Aeropressing

          http://scott.marquardt.googlepages.com/invertedaeropressingforbettercoffee

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          • #6
            Re: 2009 World Aeropress Championships

            Ive been using the inverted method for quite some time now.

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            • #7
              Re: 2009 World Aeropress Championships

              Originally posted by 5F637E656F6E796C646F0B0 link=1244203935/5#5 date=1244449455
              Ive been using the inverted method for quite some time now.
              Commonly known as the AeroPress Kama Sutra. ;D

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              • #8
                Re: 2009 World Aeropress Championships

                that sounds about what I do, 19.2gm and inverted for me. Ive always used the inverted method since buying it from The Coffee Barun and the guy there said it was the way they did it. makes sense really.

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                • #9
                  Re: 2009 World Aeropress Championships

                  Hmm, something Ill have to try. Do people use that fancy polyester depth filtering material mentioned on one of those links? If so, where might it be available here?

                  Cheers

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                  • #10
                    Re: 2009 World Aeropress Championships

                    I was also taught the inverted method--using the standard paper filters.

                    I have some terylene or nylon scrim curtain material that I have used to filter all sorts of foods for many years--Ill be giving that a try as the liquids pass through quite quickly. I like the idea that more of the oils/crema could pass through.

                    Ive had one of my surgery days re-assigned away from the espresso machine so something is going to need to be done about some good coffee!

                    Greg

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