For today’s recipe we decided to go for the Honduras La Julia, La Paz. You need some basic equipment like a boiler, grinder and a brewer like the one we used from Kalita. The Honduras is described by a nutty aroma, red berries and crisp apple acidity. Good luck!
- We used 17 grams and 250 milliliter of water. That makes two cups of coffee to share, or a big one for yourself to enjoy.
If you want to make more coffee, simply use the rule that 1 gram of coffee means 15 grams of water, more or less. For example if you are going to use 600 ml of water divide this number by 15. 600/15 = 40. So you need to use 40 grams of grinded coffee.
- Grind the Honduras coffee on a medium setting.
- Try to use filtered water or mineral water.
- Boil the water and rinse the filter to preheat the vessel. Discard the water and add the coffee to the filter.
- Put the Kalita on some weighing scale and tare to zero. This way you can easily add the right amount of water.
- Pour the water onto the coffee, just enough to get all the coffee wet.
- Pour the remaining water onto the coffee and watch the coffee foam.
- When you are pouring, try not to let the water get in between the filter and the wall of the Kalita.
- Added the 250 milliliter? Serve and enjoy your Honduras.