Our Guatemala is a delightful cup both with and without cream or sugar.
It features an easy to drink floral overtone that is complimented with a crisp tangerine fruitiness. This coffee finishes nicely with the subtle earthiness that you've come to expect in a Guatemalan coffee.
#1: Recommended water temperature should be 200° F.
#2: Weigh out 7 grams of coffee for every 6 ounce cup you’ll be brewing. Set your grinder to a Coarse Grind setting and grind your fresh roasted Scout Coffee.
#3: Pour the ground coffee directly into your french press.
#4: Pour the 200° F water over the ground coffee ensuring complete saturation of the ground coffee.
#5: Allow your coffee to steep for 4 minutes.
#6: Break the crust of the coffee that’s formed at the top of your brew. Do not stir…just break the crust so that the grinds begin to fall to the bottom of the french press.
#7: Insert the mesh ﬁlter plunger and slowly press the plunger down until it lightly bottoms out on the bed of ground coffee at the bottom of the french press.
-Enjoy the fruits of your labor!