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AeroPress Original Coffee Maker

MSRP: $44.99
$39.95
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SKU:
aeropress
UPC:
085276000800
MPN:
AeroPress
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Description

  • What's in the Box

  • AeroPress® Original Coffee Maker
  • Paddle
  • Funnel
  • 350 Filters & Filter Holder
  • Coffee Scoop
Plunging the AeroPress

A Revolutionary Design

When thinking about iconic coffee brewers, the AeroPress Original Coffee Maker certainly makes the list, and for good reason. Despite being invented in just 2005, the AeroPress has amassed a tremendous following; mostly due to its ability to brew phenomenal coffee by the cup instead of batch brewing several cups at one time. As a total immersion brewer, all that is needed is the right water, a micro-filter paper, your favorite coffee, and the AeroPress, and you'll have a sweet, balanced cup in your hands in minutes.

Brewing with the AeroPress Original Coffee Maker

For Any Application

Paramount to its inception, the AeroPress delivers delicious single-serving cups of coffee by using a complete immersion technique. By using rapid immersion, the AeroPress helps to eliminate bitterness and harsh acidity while keeping sediment out of your cup. However, due to the versatility of the AeroPress, you can create a more concentrated brew similar to espresso-style coffee and add milk or a dairy alternative for lattes, cappuccinos, and more. The AeroPress is even commonly used to brew smooth, sweet iced coffees. Of all the manual coffee brewers available, the AeroPress is certainly one of the most versatile.

AeroPress Filter Holder

Compact, Light, & Simple

The AeroPress offers virtually any type of coffee that you possibly desire, and it does so in a travel-friendly, minimalist fashion. There are thousands of different AeroPress recipes out there for you to try, but two things remains the same: you're sure to get delicious coffee from this brewer, and cleaning the AeroPress is incredibly simple. Once you've pressed the water through the bed of coffee, simply push out the coffee puck with the plunger, throw away the micro-filter, and all of the parts are open and ready to clean. The AeroPress promises to deliver high quality brews at home, at the office, or by the campfire.

"My husband received this as a gift. He was very pleased with the coffee taste and the ease of use of the maker. Thank you, Prima!"

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—Stacey C., Verified Buyer

"The AeroPress is really convenient, easy to use and doesn't take up counter space. Makes really good coffee too! Love it!"

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—Stephanie G., Verified Buyer

"Very easy to use, makes amazing coffee. A mix between a French press and an espresso shot in one small unit. Very happy with my purchase."

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—Stuart A., Verified Buyer

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    Travel-Friendly

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    Capable of Multiple Brewing Styles

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    Easy to Clean

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    BPA-Free Plastic Retains Heat

More Features

Offers Sweet & Balanced Extraction

Simple Brewing Process

Offers One to Three Servings

Light & Compact

Full Immersion Eliminates Bitterness

Specifications

Materials: BPA-Free Plastic
Dimensions: 11.75" (H) x 4.75" (W) x 4.5" (D)
Weight: 6.4 ounces

Suggested Resources

  • A Beginners Guide to Immersion Coffee Brewing

    A Beginners Guide to Immersion Coffee Brewing


    Manual brewers have become commonplace all over the coffee world, so where do you start if you want to get brewing on your own? In this article we cover brewing tips and as many immersion brewers as we can.

  • Basic Coffee Brewing Principles

    Basic Coffee Brewing Principles


    The basics of how to brew coffee at home. How to choose your coffee beans, use good water, and find the right recipe.

  • Water for Filter Coffee vs. Espresso

    Water for Filter Coffee vs. Espresso


    Water is one of the more complicated variables involved in making great coffee and espresso. Spending time researching terms like "bicarbonate" and "chloride" and how they affect your water can leave you feeling like you're cramming for a chemistry final. So when you hear there are different ideal characteristics for your filter coffee water and espresso, you may feel like throwing in the towel and giving up. And hey, we hear you, and that's why we've done some of the grueling work for you.

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