AeroPress® Coffee Maker

AeroPress® Coffee Maker

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Price: £20.99 (inc Vat)
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GTIN: 085276000800
MPN: 801701

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AeroPress® Coffee Maker (Old Style Version - Ex-Display Model With Clear Body)  Ex-Display Model £16.20

Product Overview:

The AeroPress® is the ultimate gift for any coffee lover. It allows the user to make and enjoy smooth, rich and flavoursome coffee quickly and easily. Whether it’s at home, in the office or overnight at a hotel that extra special cup of coffee is literally seconds away.

It’s unique brewing style allows the use of a finer grind maximising the depth of flavour and applies pressure to squeeze out every last ounce of goodness from the grounds. A micro-filter is used to maximise the purity of the coffee, ensuring every drop is as smooth as possible. It produces an easily disposable puck of coffee (as simple as removing the cap and pushing the plunger) and can be cleaned in a matter of seconds.

Professional baristas and coffee roasters agree that the AeroPress® has the ability to produce the same quality coffee as a machine worth hundreds of pounds. Gone are the days of hard to clean fragile cafetières and cumbersome overpriced home coffee machines. This innovative coffee maker is truly value for money, beautifully simple to operate and is the perfect gift to explore the world of coffee.

We suggest that over time the original rubber seal of your AeroPress will wear and shrink - so please consider buying a replacement seal to extend the life of the product.

Included with your Aeropress is:
  • 350 mirco filters - enough to last a while!
  • A coffee scoop.
  • A funnel.
  • A stirrer.

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    Using the AeroPress®

    Simply follow these six easy steps and enjoy a truly amazing cup of coffee. Slow down the process if you want a fuller flavour!

    Clean Up

    AeroPress® Contents


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