Aerobie AeroPress Coffee Maker

December 27, 2015 - Comment

How do you take it? That’s a personal question, that is. For we all, it seems, like to take it differently. And when it comes to coffee, it’s even worse. Nowadays in the era of the skinny-Fair-Trade-half-caff-with-a-nutmeg-twist there’s quite simply no such thing a standard cup of the dreaded Colombian bean. Now with the help

How do you take it? That’s a personal question, that is. For we all, it seems, like to take it differently. And when it comes to coffee, it’s even worse. Nowadays in the era of the skinny-Fair-Trade-half-caff-with-a-nutmeg-twist there’s quite simply no such thing a standard cup of the dreaded Colombian bean. Now with the help of Aeropress, you can make sure you get impeccable coffee because 100% of the time, it works every time. You see, the Aeropress is a manually operated device capable of producing pro-standard cups of filter coffee and espresso in a jiffy (or should that be in a java?). Using a unique vacuum filter system, nothing comes into contact with the coffee except water and air, preserving its taste immaculately. Simply put a couple of scoops of your favourite coffee in the top, stick a filter in (included) and pour in some hot water then, using the plunger, press down. In under 30 seconds you’ll have a spiffingly delectable cup of steamingly wondrous coffee. Cleaning’s a doddle too. Just twist the cap off the chamber and push the plunger to remove the puck. A quick rinse and wipe of the Aeropress and you’re hot to trot. Good to go. Too cool for school. We digress. And never fear – when you run out of the 350 included filters, you can buy more by clicking here . The result? A gentle blend and roast. A richer, smoother flavour. And Robert is your mother’s brother. Or, if he’s a barista, Roberto.

Product Features

  • Now you can enjoy real fresh coffee in the same time it takes to make instant coffee!
  • The AeroPress takes just one minute to make smooth perfect coffee every time
  • Actual press time is just 20 seconds
  • Simple and quick to clean; there’s no washing-up of fiddly parts
  • The AeroPress is everything you need to make professional coffee at home

Comments

Cheshire Dave says:

Extra info for buyers plus 4-year 2014 update Most of the reviews are pretty accurate. Now I have this gadget, I’ve reluctantly dropped my steel mini-cafetiere but still use my ‘smart mug’ with plunger at work. But the Aeropress is almost as quick, and better – the coffee is crystal clear (but brown – you know what I mean), no crema, but that doesn’t matter too much to me, and tasty. 

Mr. Paul S. Bird says:

So good I bought it twice… My wife bought me one of these as a birthday present and, I must admit, I was pretty sceptical. It looked like yet another “too good to be true” gadget, especially with a box covered in eager claims that the AeroPress makes coffee better than almost anything else in the world. 

noelMac says:

Remarkable coffee – literally I’ve had an Aeropress now for a couple of years. We never make coffee any other way. I have literally lost track of how many people I’ve made coffee for who have gone on to comment on the flavour and ask how it was made. 

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