The AeroPress is an innovative product that consistently makes excellent coffee. Whether at home, in the office, on a camping trip, or at a hotel, the AeroPress enables you to make smooth and rich coffee without any bitterness.
For over a decade Aerobie, Inc. was known both for brewing delicious coffee and astonishing sport toy performance. It was an unusual pairing that drew a great deal of attention from every type of major media around the world.
It was invented by Alan Adler in 2005 with the aim to brew a single cup of coffee in one sitting. It’s portable, fast, and reliable – everything you could want from coffee maker.
Even better, it’s simple to use. Once you’ve read our guide, you’ll become an AeroPress pro!
What You Need
- AeroPress Filter Papers
- 15-18 grams of Coffee (fine grind)
- A kettle
- A mug
- Boil 7 oz (200 g) of water.
- Weigh out 15–18 grams of coffee in fine grind (depending on your preferred strength).
- Insert an AeroPress filter paper in the AeroPress’s detachable plastic cap.
- Assemble your AeroPress without the plunger. Make sure the entire assembly is dry, since any residual moisture can compromise the device’s seal.
- Wet the filter paper slightly before brewing begins.
- Add your coffee inside the AeroPress.
- Start pouring the water (it should be just short of boiling by now).
- Start pouring the water in up to around the number 4 on the AeroPress – ensuring that all of the grind is wet.
- Insert the plunger and slowly push for around 20-30 seconds.
A convenient and easy way to brew coffee – and great for on the go!
You can purchase our AeroPress kit here.