AeroPress

Smoothest, richest, purest, fastest, & safest coffee maker.

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Colum Coyle
Ksenia Larina
 
  • Ksenia Larina
    Ksenia LarinaContent strategist, coffee maniac.
    Pros: 

    makes great coffee, probably the cheapest option for the best coffee

    Cons: 

    none

    I love Aeropress. That's it. Lasts longer than it seems it would.

    Ksenia Larina has used this product for one year.

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Andrew Yates
Andrew Yates@ay8s · iOS Developer at Buffer
Love my AeroPress although doesn't make enough to fill my thermos sadly. I've also started using it with an Able Brewing Disk Filter which apparently lets more oils through than the paper filters... http://ablebrewing.com/products/...
Will Imholte
Will Imholte@willimholte · Designer, Prime
@ay8s How big is your thermos? It seems like the coffee that comes out of mine is closer to espresso, I usually add water after pressing (and can fill a standard serving thermos, but I guess not a giant-drink-all-day thermos).
Paul Hoza
Paul Hoza@paulhoza · Owner/Developer @ NearlyEverything.com
@ay8s I typically make "Americano" coffees with mine (basically making espresso with the Aeropress & adding water), so I usually do OK with a thermos, but it's a little at the edge for me. The main thing is making coffee for more people. During times when guests are around, I wish for a Mega Aeropress to make coffee for a group, but I find it easier to just be an intolerable buffoon so people stay away. That seems like a good life lesson for kids: "Don't want to share? Just be a jerk and nobody will want your stuff anymore!"
Tom Maxwell
Tom Maxwell@tomaxwell
Just bought one of these about a week ago and can say it's one of the cheapest, quickest ways to make espresso. And unlike a French press or Moka pot it's super quick and easy to clean. Highly recommended.
John Capecelatro
John Capecelatro@jcap49 · product engineer at pillpack
this has been around since 2005. unless i'm missing something, this isn't an entirely new product, right?
Will Imholte
Will Imholte@willimholte · Designer, Prime
@jcap49 For some values of new it is. In the world of snobby coffee preparation methods it's incredibly new.
Max Kirchoff
Max Kirchoff@maxisnow · Dev Director, The Bold Italic
Can't live without mine!
R.A. Kilcoyne
R.A. Kilcoyne@rkilcoyne · VP Solutions, CloudBolt Software
This AeroPress intrigues me. Our devs absolutely swear by this thing. Personally, I'm afraid of anything that purports to make coffee without a plug... not sure why.