Replacement Filters for Aeropress (350 pk)
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- This package of 350 AeroPress microfilters should last for months
- The Micro-filter removes grit, unlike other press-type coffee makers
- The filters are designed for use with the AeroPress, an entirely new way to make coffee
- The AeroPress's ideal water temperature and faster brewing yields rich flavor with lower acidity and without bitterness
- Water and grounds are mixed together for 10 seconds, then gentle air pressure pushes the mix through a micro-filter in just 20 seconds
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Okay, now for the part you've been waiting for, the review:
I'll make this really simple: throw away all your other coffee makers and use the Aeropress. Well, you can keep your $350 espresso maker and your electric drip coffee maker, your French press, and your ibrik. You won't USE them anymore, but you can sure keep 'em if you want to.
How serious am I about a good cup of coffee? I roast my own beans. In 1968 when America was brewing coffee in percolators, I saw Michael Caine grind coffee beans in the opening scene of "The Ipcress File" and went right out and searched for coffee beans and a grinder. People thought I was very strange because, after all, "I don't see the difference between vacuum packed and coffee beans." But I could tell the difference. I used a plastic cone and paper filters back then, a system which has basic flaws overcome by the Aeropress. Whatever kind of coffee you've been drinking, it'll be better if you make it with the Aeropress.
A word about the filters. I can taste the paper in coffee made in those drip makers of various kinds. I cannot taste the paper in coffee made in the Aeropress.
If you grind your own coffee, you don't have to get an expensive grinder because the Aeropress is not very particular about the fineness or coarseness of the grind. Fine is better. Coarse will work. You could probably pound the beans with a meat tenderizer and come up with a grind that would work okay in the Aeropress. Whatever grind you use, none of the grit will wind up on your teeth because the economical paper filters keep them out of your cup.Read more ›
The manufacturer claims I can wash and reuse the filters, but I don't. They go away with the coffee grounds.
Thanks to the AeroPress people for not overcharging for the filters (and even at $0.01 each, I'm sure they make a little profit). They profit, they sell more coffee makers, I get a good product at a fair price... exactly how capitalism is supposed to work. :)
First, perhaps I'm paranoid but when there's anything I actually LIKE it seems it's cursed to disappear or go out of business. Movie series, comic book, TV show, software... So I'm stocking up on filters to keep making it a long time. Might even get a second press... No, I'm not kidding.
Second, there are exceptions, like "Star Wars" (the fictional franchise, not the RL horror waste of money) and I'm hoping this is one of them. That it'll catch on and the makers of the automated ones will panic and both drop their prices and make better systems.
So for the reasons I gave, it's good to buy more filters and perhaps a back-up device. This is a very good product that delivers what it promises; excellent coffee (espressos, lattes, etc.) for a microscopic price ($30) compared to the multi-thousand dollar machines. This company deserves the support of anyone and everyone who likes good quality coffee in this horrible recession. Give them that extra sale, spread the word to your friends, get those extra units moving, they deserve the business. If this works out, and they get bigger and expand, well you can give your extra back up device (sturdy, the first one should last years or more) as a gift, and if they disappear you'll have good coffee for years and probably use your "desktop fabricator" to make another!
Also, I've tried some re-using of the filters, just to give feedback on that issue. I've done it twice in a row, both within an hour and leaving it overnight to dry.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
work as expected; perfect match to the original ones. However, I would recommend buying one of the reusable (stainless steel) filters over these. Read morePublished 7 hours ago by John Siebs
Love the aeropress and the foamy quality I get with these filtersPublished 5 days ago by Jill Parker
I read that they can be re-used several times. I'm still on my first and must've used it at least 15 times already. My supply should last me forever.Published 6 days ago by Robert J Bird
Filters are identical to what I received with the AeroPress. Perfect, no issues.Published 9 days ago by Jessica Lawrence
My wife uses our Aeropress at least twice a day for making coffee. I think it's the best single serve brewing method out there and makes a fantastic cup of joe. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Chris Yeatts
Works like the original filters that came with the Aeropress, but these do tear easily when wet.Published 10 days ago by Amazon Customer