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AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker with Bonus 350 Micro Filters (700 Total)
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- THE PERFECT CUP: Rapid, total immersion brewing process makes rich, smooth coffee without the bitterness associated with other brewing methods.
- FAST: Total brewing time for an espresso shot is about 30 seconds—brewing coffee is about to become the fastest part of your morning routine!
- EASY CLEANUP: The tightly compressed coffee grounds pop right out with the microfilter, making cleanup a snap.
- QUALITY: Unlike a French press, the microfilters prevent grit from getting in your coffee, and the fast brewing time reduces acidity.
- PORTABLE: The BPA and phthalate free AeroPress system is completely portable, making it the perfect coffee maker for travel and camping.
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Popular with coffee enthusiasts worldwide, the patented AeroPress is a new kind of coffee press that uses a rapid, total immersion brewing process to make smooth, delicious, full flavored coffee without bitterness and with low acidity. Good-bye French Press! The rapid brewing AeroPress avoids the bitterness and high acidity created by the long steep time required by the French press. Plus, the AeroPress paper Microfilter eliminates grit and means clean up takes seconds. Makes 1 to 3 cups of American coffee per pressing in about a minute, and unlike a French press, it can also brew espresso style coffee for use in lattes, cappuccinos and other espresso based drinks. Perfect for home kitchen use, the AeroPress is lightweight, compact, portable and durable, making it also ideal for traveling, camping, backpacking, boating and more! Includes the AeroPress press, funnel, scoop, stirrer, 700 microfilters and a filter holder. No Phthalates or BPA. Mug not included. Assembled measurements: 9 1/2" h X 4" w X 4" d
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Make sure to wet the gasket before you move it through the outer tube. I wasn't doing that at first and started seeing wear quickly. Ever since I started getting the seal wet, I haven't seen any further degradation at all.
This was recommended by friends at a party recently. They raved, and I was skeptical, but the price was decent so I bought it and used it for a week. The directions are specific, but I took several attempts to work out exactly what I liked the best. The coffee tasted fine and I was happy.
However, today I finally ran a side-by-side blind test with my Mr. Coffee controlling for everything in my power to make identical cups.
Absolutely amazing difference. Today I am Crazy Happy. The drip coffee is bitter compared to the Aero. I am stunned that I have been drinking stuff this bitter my whole life. I am going to have to order a backup press because I am now spoiled with smooth tasting coffee.
I usually read dozens of Amazon reviews before making even simple purchases. But I have not read anything on this; even now as I type I could be an outlier, or perhaps repeating what everyone else is saying. If you like regular coffee try this thing out and taste test it for yourself.
Cons: This press is not well suited for making large amounts even though the instructions describe it. I feel like there will be a jumbo version of the press someday and I will be watching for it.
Making coffee in this press is a series of tasks, rather than set-it and forget-it. It takes me exactly 4 mins to make my morning travel mug. The instructions are clear, but I feel they could organize the actual steps for you better to work in the real world.
For anyone who cares, this is my 'streamlined' system.
Fill Pyrex to my line. Place in microwave 2:30 to get temp to 175 degrees
Grind beans; empty yesterday's grounds; rinse press; new filter
Add sweetener to travel mug; Press on top of mug; add grind
Add hot water to line; stir; press slowly; add remaining hot water to fill the mug.
Put press in sink and leave
I am still experimenting with coffee:water ratio for this, but I have yet to make anything bad tasting (although I prefer my coffee/espresso on the strong side so YMMV). 3 of the included scoops of coffee with filling it up to the 4 with water makes about a half of a mug of espresso that is so strong it takes me from being so tired I feel like I'm passing out to being wide awake and deciding to stay an extra 4 hours.
My favorite parts of this:
1. The coffee made is much stronger than the coffee I usually drink so I have to drink much less of it to achieve the desired effect.
2. Shooting the coffee puck and filter into the trash after brewing coffee is extremely satisfying and this is so much easier to clean than a French press.
3. Coworkers joke about this thing being a coffee bong, and it does kind of look the part, which makes for some amusing jokes.
4. This is very well designed. The parts fit together very satisfyingly, the filters are perfectly sized.
5. It came with a filter storage system, and the filters are so much easier to separate from the rest of them than my regular coffee filters.
6. Includes a funnel to work with narrower coffee mugs.
1. If you use the included scoop, you will use a massive amount of coffee grounds for a tiny cup of coffee (but it is worth it due to how strong it is). I go through coffee a lot faster with this.
2. There is a somewhat large amount of parts that you have to carry to/from the hot water source to make coffee, which can be sort of awkward to juggle while opening/closing doors, etc.
3. This is more of a con of me than anything, but I frequently leave the stirrer at the hot water source, either because I ran out of hands or just forgot about it in the process.