AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker with zippered nylon tote bag with bonus 350 Micro Filters
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- Total immersion of the grounds in the water results in rapid yet robust extraction of flavor
- Because of the lower temperature and short brew time, the acid level of the brew is much lower than conventional brewers.
- Micro-filtered coffee so pure and particle-free that it can be stored for days as a concentrate.
- AeroPress is chamber is nearly self-cleaning. A 10-second rinse of the plunger is all that's required
- Compact, perfect for camping. includes 1 press, 1 funnel, 1 scoop, 1 Stirrer, and enough filters to last for 2 years! includes zippered nylon tote bag
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The AeroPress is an entirely new way to make coffee, American style or Espresso style for use in lattes, cappucinos and other espresso based drinks. AeroPress brews simply delicious coffee, 1-4 cups per pressing. Ideal water temperature and faster brewing yields rich flavor with lower acidity and without bitterness. Other brewing processes use near boiling water and long exposure to coffee grounds. Quickly brew a variety of coffee drinks including an Americano or an espresso-style shot for use in lattes or cappuccinos. Its total-immersion system permits extraction at a moderate temperature and a short brew time. Water and grounds are mixed together for 10 seconds, then gentle air pressure pushes the mix through a micro-filter in just 20 seconds, which avoids the bitterness of long processes such as drip brewing. The air pressure also gently squeezes the last goodness from the grounds, further enriching the flavor. The total brewing time of only 30 seconds results in an exceptionally smooth brew.
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The included directions instruct you to use water that is a bit colder than a typical coffee infusion at 170F. Traditional pour-over methods usually are around 200F. I've tried both temperatures and find it easier to use at 200F because water comes to a boil at around 203F where I live and I don't have to wait for it to cool. There are plenty of web tutorials with pictures and video of how to use this product.
Despite the product description, it does not make a true espresso as other reviews have mentioned. It does make a concentrated dose of coffee and you can add water to make it closer to what typical drip coffee produces. In terms of taste, I find that usually a trace amount of sediment gets through usually, but not nearly as much as done with a French press. The paper filter sits at the bottom and I find that rinsing it before adding the grounds helps reduce paper taste and reduces the amount of grounds that gets through. It looks a bit like lab equipment, but does a great job at what it does. It is made with a thick plastic and is not not flimsy. Mine came with a nylon tote bag which I thought was neat, but it is in my opinion too large.
I am a grad student and this makes it easy to make a cup of coffee while out studying. It is easy to clean and is small and light enough to throw in my backpack for when I want coffee and don't want to pay several dollars at a coffee shop. I wouldn't recommend the Aeropress for serving a large group of people as it only makes at most 16-24oz of coffee at a time depending on how much water you add to it. It is good for single serving use and is very convenient. I also find that since it makes a concentrated coffee, it is great for making iced coffee at home. It should be noted that this uses a non-traditional paper filter size and may be difficult to find in a traditional brick and mortar store. I've heard some people just cut them out themselves from larger filters. I'm a bit lazy and just ordered extras. Hope this helps.
The reason that I have only given it three stars, is that the AeroPress that I bought from the French Market has turned out to be a counterfeit. I discovered this when the rubber plunger wore out after only 7 months of usage. It should last 3-4 years of daily usage. Luckily, AeroPress was willing to sell me a replacement plunger. I hope that it will fit on the unit that I have.
The French Market is not an authorized AeroPress dealer, and the AeroPress that they sell is counterfeit and not covered under the AerPress warrantee.
If you are serious about your coffee, I highly recommend that you get an AeroPress, but be careful who you buy it from. Before buying one on Amazon, go to AeroPress.com and check the list of authorized dealers. It's the only way that you can be assured of getting a genuine AeroPress that is covered by the Warrantee.
No grains, no grit, just pure, delicious coffee. Works best when paired with freshly roasted/ground beans. It's a positive up-spin on a french press with paper filter as the final stage.
Makes a great cup of joe in 45 seconds to a minute or so.
Excellent quality, easy-to-read level marks. More stuff than one actually needs in components - the high quality funnel for helping pour in grounds and the long, thick scoop and the hefty paddle stir are all overkill really for how a "normal" company would make this product. In other words, it's exceptionally good for being just a little coffee maker with all the items you'll need.
In fact, I did an accidental brutality test. Normally, I pour some hot water over the paper filter in the base cap and then once screwed onto the cylinder, I do a few flicks to sling the excess water out. Well, on one occasion, the cylinder slipped out of my wet fingers and hit a dinner plate. The plate split in two. The AeroPress was fine. :)
Just add a grinder, beans and hot water. Note: I recommend stirring the grounds in the water after it's added and then go ahead and put the plunger in the top. This creates a suction that keeps the water from completely filtering out via gravity so that the water has enough time to draw the desired flavor out of the grounds. Gravity draining sort of depends of the fineness of grounds used, but this process will slow it way down allowing more flavor. In addition, it helps lock the heat in.
The kit I got came with 700 filters which will last quite a while, probably close to a year at 2-3 cups per day in my home. Also had a travel bag.
Will take it everywhere, even to Africa this summer!
Coffee pot and Keurig going to Goodwill...