brewing guide​

Brew your tamar just like any coffee.  We recommend using french press, pour over, or a drip brewer.  Start with 2-3 full tablespoons of tamar (16g) for each  6-7oz of water.  Feel free to adjust according to your personal preferences.  Enjoy.

French Press

+ Fill your french press with 2-3 tbsp of tamar for each cup (7oz) of water

+ Pour hot water (+/- 200f) and stir

+ Cover your french press with the plunger unit (do not press yet & make sure the pour spout is closed to retain the heat) 

+ Wait for 4-5 minutes

+ Open and give it a short stir once more

+ Cover, make sure the pour spout is open, and gently press the plunger down 

+ Pour & enjoy!

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Pour over

+ Add 2-3 tbsp of tamar for each cup of water (7oz)

+ Slowly pour hot water (200f) in a circular motion over the coffee grounds, until they’re evenly saturated 

+ Wait 30 seconds

+ Pour the additional hot water 

+ Allow water to pass through the coffee into the glass carafe

+ Remove the filter, insert the plastic lid

+ Pour and enjoy!


Drip Brewer

+ Add fresh cold water to your drip brewer

+ Place coffee filter, as needed

+ Add 2-3 tbsp of tamar for each cup of water (6oz)

+ Start the brewing process

+ Once done, pour and enjoy!



*(We recommend using 1:6 tamar to water ratio)

Place a paper filter in the cap, rinse well

+ Put the plunger inside the main chamber of the Aeropress, so it forms a seal (inverted method)

Place the Aeropress on a scale (standing on the plunger)

+ Add 15g Tamar to the chamber

Pour 30 ml of water (200f)

Stir and let bloom for 30 seconds

Add remaining water (60 ml)

Attach the cap with the paper filter

Brew for 2 minutes

Invert the Aeropress so it’s sitting on top of your cup

Press down on the plunger until you hear air hiss



Moka pot

+ Pour hot but not boiling water (about 180f) into the Moka boiler until it reaches the safety valve

+ Fill the Moka pot funnel generously, spread it evenly without applying pressure

+ CAUTION: the boiler will likely be hot when you re-attach to the top

+ Put the Moka on the stove and heat over a low flame

+ When you hear the gurgle, your coffee is ready

+ Pour & enjoy!