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Asobu Stokes at The Lawn

April 16, 2019

An unusual coffee brewer, a mix of pour over immersion, also functions for immersion cold brew.

Unlike V60, no skill required, grind the coffee, pour in hot water, top up as necessary, leave for a couple of minutes, press red button to release the brew into the lower chamber.

The brewed coffee will be slightly cloudy due to a fine metal mesh filter not a paper filter.

A minimum volume of water due to part filter part immersion.

The resultant brew using a Rwandan coffee was good.

For the coffee shop, if no batch brew, an easy way to make a few cups of filter coffee.

For the home brewer, why waste money on a Nespresso? Set up your Asobu, whilst brewing, pour out the cereals, then coffee is ready. Not only that, the lower chamber has a screw on lid, take with you on your outing. Though if on way to work, maybe better to pour into s reusable cup, which can then used later in s coffee shop.

Ideally, a V60 at home, but Asobu a good start.

Many thanks to Mike, barista at Stokes st The Lawn for the demonstration.