AeroPress

$42.00

The AeroPress is ideal for any coffee lover looking for a rich and smooth cup of coffee without acidity or bitterness. Brews one to three delicious cups of American or espresso style coffee in about a minute, and clean up takes only a few seconds. It’s a great addition to any kitchen but since it is durable, lightweight, and compact, the AeroPress also makes the perfect companion when traveling, camping, or just going to work.

Details:
  • Weight: 16.5 oz
  • Dimensions: 11.313" × 5" × 4.25"
  • BPA free 
Includes:
  • 350 filters
  • chamber
  • plunger
  • filter cap
  • filter holder
  • funnel
  • stirrer
  • scoop
Directions:

So how do you use it? Simple. Firstly, open the box, remove the instructions and throw them away. Then...

  • Put your freshly ground and weighed-out coffee into the inverted (with the filter end pointing upwards) AeroPress. As a guide, start with 15-16g for 250ml of water and adjust to taste.
  • Put the filter into the filter holder and wash though with hot water to get rid of any nasty paper taste
  • Pour just off the boil water over the coffee, filling the AeroPress nearly to the top
  • Stir a prescribed amount of times (we use three) and top off with water
  • Attach the filter holder and secure (before the end of the brew time)
  • Leave to brew for your preferred brew strength (our preference is about a minute from when the water makes contact)
  • Turn over onto the top of your favourite sturdy mug and push down the plunge until the AeroPress is empty, and you hear a slight hissing sound
About the Brand:

AeroPress, Inc. is the manufacturer of the AeroPress coffee maker, an innovative coffee press beloved by a multitude of global fans.

The company was founded in 1984 by Alan Adler, a renowned inventor and retired Stanford University engineering instructor, to manufacture and sell his revolutionary sporting goods inventions, including the Aerobie Pro flying ring, which set a Guinness World Record for the longest throw.

In 2004 Alan began studying the coffee brewing process and analyzing coffee maker designs in order to create a truly innovative device that would brew a superior cup of coffee. At a coffee industry trade show in November, 2005, Aerobie debuted its breakthrough AeroPress coffee maker.