Home Drip 101 by Origami

Coffee ORIGAMI Recipe

Since Origami started, their products have been used by so many coffee proffesionals at cafes and competitons. Due to its quality and beautifulness, Origami rapidly became so popular among coffee lovers and lately it is available in so many countries. One of the reasons why Origami dripper is loved by so many people is because the shape is caluculated so well that you can drip nice and clear coffee easily. (If you want to know details of Origami dripper please read this: Secrets of Origami dripper ) So we reccomend Origami dripper not only to professionals or long time home pourers but also to the people who tries dripping for the first time! But you may wonder what you need or how to drip. Don't worry! We've asked Origami simple and basic things you need to know when dripping coffee at home. Let's get into it!

Home Drip Basics by Origami

What do you need to drip at home?

Coffee beans, dripper, paper filter, kettle, scale, and grinder (below are examples)

*If you don't have a scale for coffee, you can just use a kitchen + smartphone timer instead.

*If you don't have a grinder, have it ground at a coffee shop.


How much coffee and water do you need for a cup of coffee?

Coffee Beans: 14-16g (ground)

Hot water: 200-250g at about 90 celsius or 194 farenheit 


3 basic setps for dripping at home

1. Set the timer and start extraction. Pour hot water until all the coffee powder is soaked.

2. After waiting for about 30 seconds, pour the remaining amount of hot water in 2 to 3 times.

3. Extraction ends when the water is completely drained. 


These are the basics of dripping coffee at home. But since the brewing method differs depending on the coffee shop and coffee, they also recommend you to talk to the barista of the coffee shop where you purchased the coffee beans for the recommended recipe!

Also if you want more detailed recipe you can find them on our Barsista Talk section too!

Drip many times at home and you will find your perfect recipe! Enjoy!



Home Drip 101 by Origami