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Aerobie 80R08 Aeropress Coffee And Espresso Maker

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  • Made In Usa
  • Makes 1 To 4 Cups

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Aerobie 80R08 Aeropress Coffee And Espresso Maker + Aerobie 81R24 350-Pack AeroPress Micro-Filters + Hario MSS-1B Mini Mill Slim Coffee Grinder
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 12.7 x 29.2 cm ; 408 g
  • Shipping Weight: 581 g
  • Item model number: 80R08
  • ASIN: B000GXZ2GS
  • Date first available at Nov. 18 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #60 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

The AeroPress is an entirely new way to make coffee, American style or Espresso style for use in lattes, cappucinos and other espresso based drinks. AeroPress brews simply delicious coffee, 1-4 cups per pressing. Ideal water temperature and faster brewing yields rich flavor with lower acidity and without bitterness. Other brewing processes use near boiling water and long exposure to coffee grounds. Quickly brew a variety of coffee drinks including an Americano or an espresso-style shot for use in lattes or cappuccinos. Its total-immersion system permits extraction at a moderate temperature and a short brew time. Water and grounds are mixed together for 10 seconds, then gentle air pressure pushes the mix through a micro-filter in just 20 seconds, which avoids the bitterness of long processes such as drip brewing. The air pressure also gently squeezes the last goodness from the grounds, further enriching the flavor. The total brewing time of only 30 seconds results in an exceptionally smooth brew. The AeroPress is BPA free.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By eggmann on Nov. 28 2013
Having gotten real tired of various drip coffee makers, I decided to make the purchase thinking that drinking less coffee due to more involvement in making it would be a good idea. WRONG!!! I'm drinking more coffee now and, using the "Hario MSS-1B Mini Mill Slim Coffee Grinder" I think I've come close to a taste only available in heaven. Hand-grinding with the Hario allows a much finer grind than I can get with your average electronic coffee mill, and I actually enjoy the exercise and the reward is truly amazing. One does well to read the instructions and I now use water temp of around 180 Fahrenheit, 82 celsius. I've yet to try some of the suggestions in the little manual. I've found the perfect mug for one fat scoop of extremely fine grind fresh Kicking Horse "kick-ass" or "chocolate" dark beans. For blind folks like myself, there are variations which will work quite well since blind folks cannot see the fill marks on the outer sleeve. Plastic microwave proof measuring cups of appropriate sizes and a talking cooking thermometer allows learning timings for various amounts of water to reach the desired temperature, eg maybe 30 seconds for 1/2 cup to reach 175 degrees. At present, I use my trusty $8.00 kettle and my talking cooking thermometer. I found a PDF version of the manual which allowed my speech-based OCR to read the product info for me. I'll be in touch with the manufacturer to see if the might not place a text version of the manual on their web site since the technology I use is not available nor owned by many blind folks. Gotta go now to grind my supper coffee!

May 17 2014: Just received a replacement sleeve from Aerobie; I had written to them about 3 weeks ago concerning an abrasion on the inner surface of the sleeve which they called crazing.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By monubar on Feb. 13 2013
I've had one of these for about six months now. It sits on top of my $800 espresso machine, and gets used every single day (which is more than I can say for my espresso machine).

You'll use about twice as much ground coffee as you're used to for either espresso or drip, but you won't care. The quality of the coffee it produces really is that good. It's smooth, full and rich, but almost entirely without bitterness.

The secret, as far as I can tell, is that by using a very fine grind (same as for an espresso machine) and only soaking the grounds for 30 seconds, you pull out all the 'good stuff' before the bitter parts of the coffee get as chance to dissolve. Personally, I like a touch of bitterness in my coffee, so i'll sometimes wait up to a minute to push the water through. You can experiment until you find the best brew for you.

The instructions recommend filling with about two ounces of water, then plunging that through and topping up your cup with hot water. Personally, I fill the cylinder up to the top with hot (not quite boiling) water, and push the whole lot through. I think it tastes better that way, but mostly it's just one less step.

There won't be crema. If you're an espresso geek like me you might have a hard time with that - at first. I stopped caring pretty quickly.

Use fresh ground coffee. You really get the most out of the grounds, so the difference between fresh ground and pre-ground is more noticeable than if you'd used a traditional method.

Another tip: the filters last forever! Ok, that's an exaggeration, but not by much. Feeling experimental, I decided to keep washing and reusing the same filters over and over.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Outsider4 on Aug. 27 2012
This was an Excellent purchase. FAST. Simple. Easiest clean up ever. Made in USA. And to top it off, this is the best cup of coffee I have ever made at home. I buy good beans and grind them fresh and have enjoyed many good cups of coffee, but this takes them to a whole different level. Very smooth without any of the harshness that you sometimes get with a drip coffee maker or french press. Highly recommended!
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We got this set a couple of months back and are extremely happy with it. We had previously purchased a home style espresso machine (Cuisinart) and, although it worked alright (at best), it was a pain to use. The coffee it made wasn't anywhere near the worth of the machine and certainly not comparable to commercial espresso machines. That has now been replaced by this immensely cheaper Aeropress set up that, in all honesty, makes truly excellent coffee that can give even that restaurant espresso a fair run for it's money. And thousands of dollars less than those fancy machines!

We have a Bodum bean grinder (not the usual type with the small blade) set to almost finest and give it a whirl for 20 seconds. This is enough fine grinds for about 4 scoops, perfect for our two coffee mugs. That whole process takes about 30 seconds. Meanwhile, the kettle is on the boil and we get one litre of cool tap water up to 180ºF in exactly four minutes. This leaves us three minutes or so to fill and set up the Aerobie and get some toast going. Then we pour on the water, give it a stir, let it sit for about a minute, then press.

The result it wonderfully smooth, fresh and incredibly tasty coffee. Once you get into the flow of it, it's an easy simple process and really, absolutely worth the extra small step or two.

If you like good coffee - nay, GREAT coffee - the Aerobie coffee press is most certainly worth getting. Even if it means ditching your other coffee machines (which you'll very likely do).
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