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Walküre coffee Brewing method

Walküre Brewing

Starting with a water temperature of 205°F. Since its made from porcelain, this retains the heat effectively and ensures the coffee is brewed through and through. Make sure you’ve selected the right medium grind before you start though.
Brew Time 4 mins
Course Drinks
Cuisine european
Calories 1 kcal


  • Walküre
  • Kettle
  • Kitchen Scale (Optional)
  • Instant Read Thermometer (optional)


  • 21 Grams Medium Ground Coffee or 4 tsp
  • 360 Grams Water or 12 oz


  • Heat kettle till beginning to boil; remove from heat.
  • Warm up the device by pouring water onto the dispersion plate; discard water. Add grounds brewing chamber, shake the device to level the coffee bed; replace dispersion plate.
  • Bloom: As a rule, you want to add about 10% (or 40 grams to be exact) of the total water you’ll use, to start the bloom. Pour water in the center of the disruption plate. The pour should be quicker than a usually bloom pour, about 10 seconds in total. Wait till bloom completes, about 30 seconds. As the water flows over this surface it drains evenly into the holes and reduces the coffee grounds from being stirred up as you pour. Duration: 0:40
  • Pour the remainder of your water, which is 320 grams. Once you reach your set amount of water that is poured (using a digital scale to keep track of your water), you wait to allow the chamber to fully drain. This will take as little as 3 minutes. The pouring process should be fairly continuous for about 1.5 minutes. You'll likely need to pause briefly once or twice to allow the water to drain. Duration 3:00
  • The top of the brewing chamber is removed and placed onto a coffee saucer. The carafe is what you’ll grab next to fill your coffee cups after this; be careful, it's hot. Now you can enjoy a very bright cup of coffee without oils filtered out that is very smooth in return. It’s the best of both worlds which make everyday coffee much more pleasing to drink.
Keyword Walküre Brewing