Seriously, I love my Aerobie AeroPress Coffee Maker. Really!
I wake up early and for some reason, all the coffee shops in Asia open at 8,9 or even 10 AM – what the hell? I wake up at 6 AM and yes I'm a coffee junkie. I love my coffee first thing in the morning – ok maybe not the first but almost.
Here is where the Aerobie AeroPress Coffee Maker comes in very, very handy.
Just boil some water, get yourself some good local ground coffee, or buy beans and grind them somewhere – even better, and make the coffee yourself.
And you know what? At first my I could barely drink my self-made Aerobie AeroPress coffee, but I got better and better and now I don't even have to go to coffee shops anymore – ok, just kidding still loving a good cappuccino from a good barista in a nice coffee place.
Aerobie AeroPress, the essential gear for Coffee lovers
But the Aerobie AeroPress Coffee Maker is on essential travel gear I will take with me wherever I go. Hot water is easy to find, good coffee too. And I just don't want to use those all in one Nespresso mix which are pretty popular even they taste like s**t.
I just found the Aerobie AeroPress by accident. One travel blogger made a coffee and used the Aerobie AeroPress.
He didn't recommend it, he just made a coffee and I was getting curious. I couldn't see a logo or name so I had to search for it – and thank god, I finally found it.
Some thoughts and improvements to the Aerobie AeroPress
It's a bit annoying that you have to clean it right after the coffee is ready, but I guess it makes sense – this way it always stays clean and new.
Another thing is the paper filters. Forget about them on the road. What if your whole luggage gets wet? What if you run out of it? Use toilet paper instead?
I immediately bought the pretty pricey metal filter which is a lifesaver. Only one filter needed, out of metal, if you take care of it it'll last forever.
What don't I like about the AeroPress
Hmm… actually not easy to tell. Of course, the coffee never tastes like the ones who come out of a big coffee machine, but if that would be the case, it would be a miracle.
It could be even lighter and smaller.
There could be a cup included and with that cup, you could fold all pieces together into a very small bundle, you know what I mean?
And finally, it would be nice if you wouldn't need a kettle to boil water, isn't there a way the AeroPress could do the boiling too? Come on scientists, if there is a will there is a way…
My final verdict on the Aerobie AeroPress Coffee Maker
The AeroPress is lightweight, small and very easy to use, and the coffee is pretty good too.
It's the ideal Coffee Machine for early birds and people who like to drink coffee at home and away from home not having to rush to the next Café.
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Seriously, I love my Aerobie AeroPress Coffee Maker. Really! I wake up early and for some reason, all the coffee shops in Asia open at