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The best non-Kohls coupon deal I've seen on the AeroPress in a while.

Total cost $22.49 after clipping the $6.46 coupon: https://www.amazon.com/AeroPress-...vpc_slickd

Also, the best re-usable filter out there is on sale too: https://www.amazon.com/MESH-AeroP...B00JVTQHVC

Enjoy your coffee!
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Back in stock!
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The clear ones are old, made of polycarbonate or copolyester; the newer ones are tinted and have been made of polypropylene for the past few years.

https://aeropressinc.com/material...fee-maker/ [aeropressinc.com]

They just traded BPA or something else, since pretty much all plastics leach estrogenic compounds when subjected to stressors like hot water and acid (aka, coffee): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/...MC3222987/ [nih.gov]



I can't imagine making such a small amount of cold brew at once unless you don't drink it often.

I use an old gallon-sized pickle jar. Add the grounds directly to the water or put them in a hops / nut milk bag (easier to remove, but reduces extraction). Makes enough concentrate for my wife and myself for a week.
Interesting, I have the first model year of the tinted one. Thought the clear ones were newer based on what I'd seen people using.
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No longer see the clippable coupon
Back in stock
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Snagged one, might try using it one at work for those days I can't prep at home.
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I have a Keurig, a French Press, and regular drip. I've heard nothing but good things about this AeroPress; I guess it's finally time to give it a try.
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This listing appears to be for Item #80R11. Does that mean this is for one of the first generations that were made with Polycarbonate (less durable) and also contain BPA? Main photo shows dark version, however, details show the lighter (older) version.
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Deal back online.
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Deal is dead again it seems
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Grrr !

Step away for a few minutes and .....

The quick and the espressoless

Edit - Back in stock and ordered - Yay!
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I had it in my cart and went dead when I was about to pull the trigger. Frack!
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The clear ones are old, made of polycarbonate or copolyester; the newer ones are tinted and have been made of polypropylene for the past few years.

https://aeropressinc.com/material...fee-maker/ [aeropressinc.com]

They just traded BPA or something else, since pretty much all plastics leach estrogenic compounds when subjected to stressors like hot water and acid (aka, coffee): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/...MC3222987/ [nih.gov]



I can't imagine making such a small amount of cold brew at once unless you don't drink it often.

I use an old gallon-sized pickle jar. Add the grounds directly to the water or put them in a hops / nut milk bag (easier to remove, but reduces extraction). Makes enough concentrate for my wife and myself for a week.
Yeah this is a drip cold brew vs the submerged type. Very different result. I drink coffee everyday and 1 batch of this will last me a couple days. If you drink a gallon of concentrated coffee a week then this is probably not the method for you.
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I had it in my cart and went dead when I was about to pull the trigger. Frack!
Back in stock again!
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Cold brew peeps: The same guys who make the re-usable AeroPress filters also make cold brew tubes to use with mason jars: https://www.amazon.com/TUBE-Infus...B0744ZJCHY

Get the + size, a 64oz mason jar, and make tons of cold brew.
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Back in stock, grabbed one!

Some recommendations;
1. Use a coarse grind (IMO even a cheap hand operated burr grinder will do nicely)
2. Wet the filter paper first as you'll be using the Aeropress upsidedown
3. Use filtered or bottled water.

Very similar results to a french press, but most of the bitter oild will be removed by the paper filter. Really great for bringing out delicate and fruit notes in small batch roasts
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It might be a lack of skill but I can't find any method to consistently make decent, strong iced coffee. I've used a French press and a few other methods. How would this compare for that purpose?
I used on of these for making iced coffee since 2011. I just press it right over a glass with ice. I am usually using 2 scoops of ground coffee and find that makes a pretty strong brew. The Aeropress is awesome. Super easy to pack for travel. The kit I bought all those years ago came with a nice little travel bag to carry it all. The paper filters are super cheap but I have eventually moved to a metal filter. I have read there are some benefits to using paper as they take out some oil that is not that great for your health. Might all be BS though. Metal filters are certainly easier to deal with and seem to work just fine.
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