Do you want to get the absolute most out of your AeroPress and Prismo? Are you looking for incredible Fellow Prismo recipes to catapult your AeroPress skills to expert level?

We’ve all tried some mediocre recipes, some that even leave you feeling like a rookie. Well forget that! In this article, I’m going to be sharing with you some surprising recipes that I discovered and selected.

Follow these recipes and you’ll be an instant Prismo master! Think of this as your Fellow Prismo cheat-sheet.

These amazing recipes are tried and proven. Some are from the Fellow Products website. While others are from different sources over the web.

You’re guaranteed to have legitimate success with these delicious Fellow Prismo recipes.

Let’s jump in!

Some of the things you need to complete one fo the Fellow Prismo recipes - an AeroPress with Fellow Prismo, coffee cup and coffee scoop sitting on a kitchen bench.

Fellow Prismo Recipe #1 – Rare Reddit Recipe Number 1

Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/AeroPress/comments/ewtsqh/aeropress_recipe_that_works_the_best_for_me/

This rare AeroPress Fellow Prismo recipe was discovered on Reddit. It’s not too different from the standard AeroPress recipe.

What you need:

  • AeroPress with 1 paper filter
  • Fellow Prismo
  • 20 – 30gms of fine grind coffee
  • Up to 200mls boiling water
  • A coffee cup

Instructions:

  1. Insert the included metal filter into the Prismo cap and then place your paper filter on top of it.
  2. Attach your Fellow Prismo to your AeroPress chamber.
  3. Place your AeroPress on your coffee cup.
  4. Pour 20 – 30gms of fine grind coffee into the AeroPress chamber.
  5. Pour up to 200mls of boiling water into your AeroPress chamber.
  6. Gently stir your coffee for about 20 seconds.
  7. Let the coffee brew for 1 minute and then press.
  8. Add milk or sugar to taste.
  9. Enjoy your coffee!

How did you go? If you tried this Fellow Prismo recipe, please let me know in the comments below.

On to the next recipe, from Fellow themselves!

Fellow Prismo Recipe #2 – Pull A Perfect AeroPress Shot

Source: https://fellowproducts.com/blogs/brew-guides/how-to-dial-in-your-prismo-to-pull-the-best-shot

Close up of a hand holding the Fellow Prismo metal filter, a necessity for all Fellow Prismo recipes.

If you’ve failed pulling the perfect shot with your Fellow Prismo combo, this recipe is for you. From the people that created the Prismo, follow this and you’ll be winning in no time!

What You Need:

  • AeroPress
  • Fellow Prismo
  • 20gms of fine grind coffee
  • 50mls of boiling water
  • A timer (smartphone will do)

Instructions:

  1. Place your Prismo metal filter into your Prismo cap. Attach your Prismo to your AeroPress chamber.
  2. Pour your 20gms of fine grind coffee into the AeroPress chamber.
  3. Start your timer. Then pour your 50mls of boiling water into the AeroPress chamber slowly, 10-20 seconds is good. It’s important the water is boiling (212˚F / 100˚C) and that you don’t go over 50mls here, as it can ruin the shot.
  4. Increase the extraction by stirring your coffee for 20-30 seconds.
  5. Place your AeroPress Prismo combo onto your coffee cup.
  6. When 60 seconds is up, make sure you’ve got a good hold of your AeroPress Prismo combo and your coffee cup. Insert your AeroPress plunger into the chamber and press HARD all the way to the grounds. This should take you between 10-20 seconds. Use a finer grind if the plunger moves too quickly.
  7. Sit back and enjoy your delicious AeroPress Prismo perfect shot!

Close up of a coffee cup with some coffee with a slight crema present, after following one of the Fellow Prismo recipes.

OK! How was that recipe? If you enjoyed that but want to know how to get maximum crema from an AeroPress, read this post now!

Did you try this recipe? Let me know how you went in the comments below.

On to the next recipe!

Fellow Prismo Recipe #3 – An Intriguing Twist On The Original

Source: https://aeroprecipe.com/recipes/prismo-full-immersion

This recipe comes via the website Aeroprecipe. It’s a slight change to the traditional, standard Fellow Prismo recipe.

Some people have found great success with this recipe using a dark roast.

Let’s get brewing!

What You Need:

  • AeroPress
  • Fellow Prismo
  • 28gms of fine grind coffee
  • 84mls of 97˚C (206˚F) water

Instructions:

  1. Place your Prismo metal filter into your Prismo cap. Attach your Prismo to your AeroPress chamber.
  2. Finely grind 28gms of coffee while heating your water to 97˚C.
  3. Pour your fine grind coffee into your AeroPress chamber.
  4. Pour your 84mls of 97˚C water into your AeroPress chamber.
  5. Stir your coffee for 10 – 20 seconds.
  6. Leave your coffee to brew for 1 minute.
  7. Place your AeroPress Prismo combo onto your coffee cup.
  8. Insert your AeroPress plunger into the chamber and press.
  9. Add sugar or milk to taste.
  10. Enjoy your coffee!

OK! Now we’re on fire! Tried it out? Let me know all about it in the comments below.

If that last Fellow Prismo recipe didn’t get you going, this next one is irresistible.

Fellow Prismo Recipe #4 – The Irresistible Prismo Affauxgato

Source: https://fellowproducts.com/blogs/learn/prismo-affauxgato-recipe

What’s better than coffee? Coffee with ice-cream! This recipe is not exactly using espresso, as the standard recipe calls for. Hence the name. But it’s definitely the next best thing.

If you haven’t got any ice-cream in the house, what kind of depraved person are you?! Quickly get to the shops and grab some vanilla ice-cream so you can make this exquisite recipe right now. I mean it!

Let’s go!

What You Need:

  • AeroPress
  • Fellow Prismo
  • 20gms of fine grind coffee
  • 50mls of 100˚C (212˚F) water
  • At least one scoop of vanilla ice-cream

Instructions:

  1. Place your Prismo metal filter into your Prismo cap. Attach your Prismo to your AeroPress chamber.
  2. Finely grind 20gms of coffee while boiling your water.
  3. Pour your fine grind coffee into your AeroPress chamber.
  4. Pour your 50mls of boiling water into your AeroPress chamber.
  5. Stir your coffee for 10 – 20 seconds.
  6. Leave your coffee to brew for 1 minute.
  7. While your coffee is brewing, add a scoop of vanilla ice-cream to your coffee cup.
  8. Place your AeroPress Prismo combo onto your coffee cup.
  9. Insert your AeroPress plunger into the chamber and press over your ice-cream.
  10. Enjoy your coffee!

Boom! I told you it was irresistible, right? Tried it out? Let me know all about it in the comments below.

Now it’s cold brew time.

Fellow Prismo Recipe #5 – The Insider Fellow Prismo Cold Brew

Source: https://fellowproducts.com/blogs/learn/how-to-make-cold-brew-with-prismo

Making the cold brew Fellow Prismo recipe, an AeroPress sitting on a glass mug with ice inside ready to press the cold brew into the cup.

To make delicious cold brew using the Prismo, you’ll need to use the inverted method. What?!? “But you don’t need to use the inverted method with the Prismo!”. I know, I know.

Cold brew isn’t any more complicated than your standard brew. So actually, you don’t need to use the inverted method, but there is a specific reason why I’d recommend it in this case.

You’re going to be leaving the cold brew in your fridge for 12 – 24 hours, right? You’re also going to want to store the cold brew in an air-tight container, right?

Well, if you use the regular method, then you’ll need to find a way to seal the AeroPress while it’s sitting in your fridge.

If you use the inverted method, you’ve got the plunger inserted already. You can attach the prismo before placing it in the fridge, creating an air-tight container.

Let’s brew!

What You Need:

  • AeroPress
  • Fellow Prismo
  • 35gms of coarse ground coffee – think french press grind
  • 130mls of water – room temperature
  • 12 – 24 hours

Instructions:

  1. Push your AeroPress plunger into the chamber about a quarter of the way. Flip it upside down, inverted style.
  2. Pour your 35gms of ground coffee into your AeroPress chamber.
  3. Pour 130mls of room temperature water into your AeroPress chamber.
  4. Stir for about 20 seconds
  5. Place your Prismo metal filter into your Prismo cap. Attach your Prismo to your AeroPress chamber.
  6. Put your AeroPress in the fridge for 12 – 24 hours (you can store it the regular way or inverted)
  7. Prepare your favourite large glass or mug with some ice.
  8. Take out your AeroPress Prismo combo from the fridge and press your cold brew into your cup
  9. Add your desired amount of water or milk.
  10. Enjoy the fruits of your labour.

After making one of the Fellow Prismo recipes, the Prismo cold brew, an AeroPress sitting upside down on a kitchen bench with the large used coffee pushed out of the AeroPress and sitting on top.

This produces a cold brew concentrate, so you’ll want to add some water or milk to it before drinking.

There is one more thing to consider though. It’s not recommended to leave the plunger sitting inside the AeroPress chamber for a long time.

This can wear out the rubber gasket faster. For this cold brew method, you need to leave it for 12 – 24 hours.

That’s a very long time to leave the plunger inside the chamber. Just something to think about.

To learn about some other AeroPress cold brew methods, read this post now.

Tried it out? Let me know all about it in the comments below.

Next!

Fellow Prismo Recipe #6 – The Prismocano

Source: https://fellowproducts.com/blogs/brew-guides/how-to-brew-an-americano-with-prismo

For those of you that enjoy drinking the popular “Americano”, this one’s for you. It’s simple and effortless, but provides impressive results.

It’s brew time!

What You Need:

  • AeroPress
  • Fellow Prismo
  • 24gms of fine ground coffee
  • 60mls of boiling water
  • 200mls of hot water (82˚C / 180˚F)
  • A timer (smartphone will do)

Instructions:

  1. Attach your Fellow Prismo with the metal filter to your AeroPress and place it on your coffee cup.
  2. Pour your 24gms of fine grind coffee into your AeroPress chamber.
  3. Pour 60mls of boiling water into your AeroPress chamber.
  4. Start your timer.
  5. Stir your coffee for 20 seconds.
  6. At 60 seconds, insert your plunger into your AeroPress chamber and press your brew into your cup.
  7. Pour 200mls of hot water (82˚C / 180˚F) into your cup.
  8. Add milk or sugar to taste.
  9. Sit back and relax with your hot cup of Prismocano.

A classic. Simple, but delightful. Tried it out? Let me know all about it in the comments below.

That brings us to the bonus recipe!

Bonus Fellow Prismo Recipe – Rare Reddit Recipe #2

Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/AeroPress/comments/ghn49p/perfect_prismo_latte/

If you’ve dreamed of making the perfect Prismo iced latte, but weren’t quite sure how to achieve it, you’re in luck. Here’s another Reddit Fellow Prismo Recipe that will result in a heavenly iced latte.

Let’s get brewing!

What You Need:

  • AeroPress
  • Fellow Prismo
  • 20gms of fine ground coffee
  • 50mls of boiling water
  • A sealable drinking container (think cocktail shaker)
  • 4-5 cubes of ice
  • 4-5oz of milk

Instructions:

  1. Attach your Fellow Prismo with the metal filter to your AeroPress and place it on your coffee cup.
  2. Pour 20gms of fine ground coffee into your AeroPress chamber.
  3. Pour in 50mls of boiling water and stir for 20 seconds.
  4. After 1 minute, stir once more, then insert your plunger into the chamber and press.
  5. Set cup aside for now.
  6. Add your ice and 4-5oz of milk to your sealable drinking container.
  7. Gently swirl the ice and milk for a few seconds.
  8. Pour in your pressed coffee to your sealable drinking container.
  9. Seal and shake for 10-20 seconds.
  10. Pour into your favourite glass and enjoy.

Conclusion

I hope these 7 Fellow Prismo recipes were exactly what you were looking for and have been inspiring.

You’re now armed with more than enough proven, reliable Fellow Prismo recipes. It’s time for you to start brewing some impressive coffee. I know your results are going to be epic!

If you’ve got a different recipe that you’d like me to share here with everyone, let me know in the comments below. You can also let me know of any of your legendary successes or cringeworthy failures.

Stay caffeinated!

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