Thank you for your question. I brew three cups often. The instructions are: 3 scoops of grind (use ordinary drip grind), then fill water to  on the chamber, stir and press. Dilute the pressing, which is espresso strength with water to make 3 cups of American coffee, or with milk to make 3 lattes.
- previous post: First, I love the Aeropress! I have had mine for years, so long in fact, the address for the Aeropress is just "Aerobie.com" on the box. I never knew you made those flying toys… amazing transition to a coffee maker. I did find you after a google search. So here is my weird question…I have carpal tunnel fiascos in both of my wrists and because of that I have a hard time making coffee especially in the mornings when my entire arms ache and most of my hand and forearm are numb. I should have never spent years doing pottery, it wrecked my wrists. Anyway, I read your answer to the arthritis question and was hoping that there was another way to press down on the Aeropress. I tried with my chin but that usually makes it unsteady and it falls toward me. Any other suggestions would be wonderful. I miss not having my coffee every morning. Thanks! – From Karla T.
- next post: Alan, I have used the Aeropress for about 5 years, and really like it. However, I have recently started brewing Cacao, and the micro filter clogs up almost instantaneously, too quickly to do it with with the Aeropress…. Is there a different filter available that is somewhat more porous? From a "basket filter" perspective, it's like the difference between a paper filter and the "Goldtone" basket filter… – From Paul B.