Aerobie AeroPress Coffee Maker with Tote Storage Bag
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- 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
- 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
- Comes with zippered nylon Tote bag
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The Aerobie AeroPress is a revolutionary new way to make perfect coffee every time. It really is so simple to use that once you own an AeroPress you won't want to go back to instant coffee or using far more expensive coffee brewers. The AeroPress uses gentle air pressure with creates a smooth rich flavour with lower acidity and without bitterness. Other coffee makers drip hot water on to a bed of ground coffee which results in over extracting at the centre and under extracting the flavour from the edges, but the AeroPress brewing system results in uniform extraction for the ultimate in full coffee flavour. The AeroPress comes with full instructions for use; just add your coffee and water!
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.
Aerobie AeroPress coffee maker and Tote bag
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The paper filters are supposedly one-use, but two filtrations can be got from them. Alternatively you could also purchase a Kaffeologie S Filter for AeroPress - Ultra Fine Stainless Steel Reusable Coffee Filter for AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Makers, which I find produces a better drink; the paper ones seem to block some of the oils and doesn't let the crema through. It saves money in the long run too, as you'll never have to buy any more ever again.
Less than full marks for the end result, though - although the flavours come out nicely, it's a light brew; I'm used to using a pump espresso machine, and I find that in comparison, the crema is lacking, and the viscocity and pure WELLY just isn't there. It's almost like tea if you don't get it right. To get a good cup of coffee, you want the hot (not boiling) water to push through the beans as quickly as possible, so that the bitter tastes aren't added. That's the main problem with percolators, cafitieres and hob-top makers - they stew rather than purge, and the clarity of the individual flavours gets lost.
So, what you get here is a way of forcing water through at pressure without having to use an expensive water pump (inside an expensive machine). My advice is to buy a good burr grinder, such as ...Read more ›
The Aerobie makes 1-4 strong espresso measures of coffee in 25 seconds from when the kettle boils. Insert one of the micro-filters in the base, lock on, place over a cup or mug, insert one scoop of coffee per espresso and then add boiled water that is 5 seconds off the boil up to the appropriate mark. Stir for 20 seconds with the stirrer in the pack, insert the plunger and press down till it reaches the 4 mark at the top. Keep the same pressure and air, not the plunger, forces the water through the coffee. As the coffee is only in contact with water for 20 seconds you don't get any bitterness, and the micro filter holds back even the finest grounds. After use you can remove the filter holder and push out the "puck" of coffee straight into the bin or compost. The rubber plunger cleans the inside as it goes, so all you need to do is clean off the end after use.
You can then drink the hot espresso, or use it as a base for latte, americano, cappuccino etc. I like to start the day with a black triple espresso americano.
If you want to use beans, use one scoop of beans per espresso and grind them while the kettle boils. A funnel is supplied to get the coffee out of the grinder into the AeroPress easily.
You can save filter papers by rinsing them off after use and putting back in the holder to dry, you can use one a day this way.
You can use the plunger as a water measure, and even boil the water in it in a microwave (its specially designed to pour more easily so you can do this). Its also dishwasher safe.Read more ›
Coffee expert and shoppers were all given cups marked A, B and C, so no one knew which was which.The Aeropress won hands down where as the other 2 were either bitter or sour tasting. 1 hour later I had one "not yet dispatched" from Amazon! I already have Coffee makers, Percolators, Cafetieres and a Pod Coffee system, My husband roled his eyes when I told him Id ordered yet another coffee making device. When it arrived I put it to work straight away, I followed the instructions, tasted it and boy was it strong, but it was incredibly smooth!! After reading the reviews I knew that it would take a couple of attempts to make my own perfect coffee and I certainly did the next time. The coffee is amazing, there is no bitterness what so ever and it was so very smooth. I have 1 spoonful of coffee and put the water up to the 4 mark and that makes the perfect coffee for me. I bought a packet of 350 filter papers aswell as I didnt know if they came with the Aeropress or not. Well, it did, all 350 of them!! I know some reviewers say you can use the filters papers twice but to be honest, I have that many now that I throw them away after every use! One reviewer said that every sip of the coffee from an Aeropress is like a thousand orgasms, well, A) I wish I was lucky enough to make the comparison, and B) I dont think I would go that far but it is bloomin good cup of coffee!!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very pleased with this, works great - ease of use makes delicious coffee. As a barista, this is the best kind of coffee you can make at home. 10/10 :)Published 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is such a simple, quick and perfect way of making coffee.... and I love it! I won't go repeating what everybody else has already said on here, other than "Try... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
Fantastic. Great product and speedy service. A proper good cup of coffeePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
I was expecting the old Aeropress from the picture but I've got the new one instead. No major changes though still work great. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Caesarizk
Loving it recommend by our son makes the BEST coffee ever, makes the really expensive coffee maker redundant!Published 19 days ago by fitty
This typically makes better coffee than you get in a decent cafe (subject to the quality of the beans you use), it's ready very quickly, it's trivially easy to clean, and the... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Mr Nobody