Aero Press

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  1. Hawkeye5

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    Anyone here use one?
     
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    Yup. It's not my go-to method, but I use mine a few times a month depending on what I feel like that day.
     
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    You do espresso, or plain coffee?just want to know if i will use enough to justify the cost. Thanks
     
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    I use one every day for coffee. Easy, no machines to clean, makes great coffee.
     
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    I use it mostly to make strong coffees and espressos, but it's very easy to make regular coffee or just add water after you press it. I would definitely recommend it if you don't plan to just use it for Maxwell House or something. My favorite is either Valhalla Java or Murdered Out, with a touch of heavy cream after pressed.
     
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    I find a Moka pot from Bialetti to be superior to everything. I use it on the stove at home, on a fire in the woods, on an iron in a hotel, or pretty much anywhere else.

    my favorite coffee is also Murdered Out. I am on the subscription club.
     
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    3 cup or 6 cup? Thanks,Expat!
     
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    I don’t know. No markings on this thing. 16355204-BBF5-4CC6-8D5E-6D394E9D3801.jpeg
     
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    Looks like 3 cups
     
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    Maybe. It’s one cup for me, but I know that European cups aren’t the same as men’s sizes.
     
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