Aerobie AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker with Bonus 350 Micro Filters
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- Total brewing time of only 30 secondsMakes an Americano or an espresso-style shot Comes with 350 bonus micro filters Made in the USA
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Make one to four cups of coffee or espresso in less than a minute with this easy-to-use press-style coffeemaker. 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. The micro filters ensure grit-free coffee, unlike other press-type coffeemakers, and 350 bonus filters are included.
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The only downside is that you can only make a single cup at a time.
I was looking for a simple, manual espresso-maker to buy one day on an economical budget. Also, I was tired of my coffee coming out bitter in all the drip machines I've owned. This one caught my eye eventually based on its positive reviews.
It makes a perfect cup every time. It's easy to operate; you pour the coffee into the canister with the provided scoop and fill it up to the correct line with hot water. It's very easy to clean; you just pop the pump all the way through to eject the used grounds. Why would you need to drive to Starbucks or buy an expensive machine when you have one of these? Just add hot water to the espresso and you have a great tasting Americano.
(As a side note, I learned that my coffee comes out bitter for me because I use the wrong sized grind, in case anyone has the same problem. My theory is that very finely ground coffee will get burnt more easily because the drip machine distributes hot water unevenly, which is why a more course grind is recommended to use in drip machines. But this is not an issue for the AeroPress.)
The only downsides are: (1) you can only make about two cups worth at a time; (2) eventually they do wear out -- ours seem to last a couple of years at the rate of 2-3 cups a day. But these complaints pale in comparison to the quality of the coffee that you get.
Lately I've been trying to brew the coffee at 175℉, which is what they recommend. I'm not sure it makes a big difference, but if you get the AeroPress you should definitely try it.