Espro Bloom Brewing Guide

Espro Bloom Brewing Guide

Oct 26th 2022 Written by Ragan LaTour-Kelley

The Espro Bloom has quickly risen through the ranks to become the go-to pour over at the Prima office. It takes the beloved flat bottom brewer to the next level with its deep brew bed, unique shape, and patented micro-filter design equipped with 1500 holes mindfully cut into a spiral pattern. Each of these features contribute to the Bloom's consistently even extractions and deliciously balanced brews that have set the bar higher, bringing out the best in every brew.

Enjoy our brew guide equipped with a full recipe, necessary equipment, and step-by-step instructions to help you get started brewing with your Bloom!


  • Coffee dose: 20g
  • Water Weight: 360g
  • Grind Size: Fine
  • Water Temp: 208F - 212F

Begin prepping your filter by inserting it into the brewer and keeping the unique shape and ridges as intact as possible. Rinse your filter to remove any paper flavor that may infiltrate your coffee. Pour in your grounds and shake to level them.

Step 1

Pour your pre-infusion of 60g of water. Make sure to pour in concentric circles ensuring all the grounds are fully saturated. Using a small spoon or a WDT tool, stir the slurry to incorporate all the water and break up any clumps.

Step 2

At 45 seconds, add 150 grams of water bringing your total volume to 210 grams. Make sure you're pouring in concentric circles. Give the Bloom a swirl to keep the grounds agitated and improve distribution of water. Put your kettle back on its base or stovetop.

Step 3

When the water has drawn down to just above the coffee bed, add your last 150 grams of water, bringing your total to 360 grams. Give it a swirl and let it drain completely. Your brew should finish around two and a half minutes.

Step 4

For additional content, including modification tips, grind setting suggestions for popular grinders and an important note about brewing larger batches, join the Prima Coffee Community!

Oct 26th 2022 Ragan LaTour-Kelley

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