What is an AeroPress? And why is everyone talking about it?
it’s an innovative gravity and pressure-powered coffee press that was invented in 2005 by Alan Adler, who owned a flying disc company. It’s also a popular manual brewing method particularly amongst frequent travelers because it’s cheap, easy to use and incredibly portable. Anywhere you have ground coffee and hot water, the AeroPress can make a great cup of coffee in less than two minutes.
The AeroPress brewing system is comprised of three essential parts: the plunger, the chamber, and the filter cap. To use the brewer, you add a paper filter to the cap and set the chamber onto your cup or mug. Then you add ground coffee to the chamber, add some hot water, and insert the plunger and lift it up a little to create a vacuum seal. You wait a little bit and then press the plunger toward the grounds until you hear a hiss.
Why we like the AeroPress:
It’s easy to learn how to use
It makes good coffee, quickly
It’s easy to clean
It’s easy to use wherever you go
It’s fun to master
The AeroPress Go is optimized for traveling, camping, or just going to work, thanks to its convenient drinking mug that doubles as a carrying case.
What if the products you get are not how you expected them to be? What if you don't like that coffee that was supposed to be so good? And if you suddently turn to veganism the day after purchasing a Ciauscolo salame?
Do not fear: shoot us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we can find a solution together. If you want your money back, we will refund you; if you want to exchange your purchase with something else, we can do that too.