Aeropress Go Coffee Maker

Aeropress GO Coffee Maker

The AeroPress Go travel coffee maker is engineered to fuel an active lifestyle. It gives coffee lovers everything they need to conveniently brew superb coffee anywhere.

Pros

  • Compact and lightweight
  • Ideal for travel & camping
  • Very easy to use
  • Great value for the price
  • Produces consistent and well-extracted coffee when used correctly

Cons

  • Primarily designed for single-cup brewing
  • Lack of Crema, unless you purchase Flow Control Cap

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The AeroPress Go travel coffee maker is engineered to fuel an active lifestyle. It gives coffee lovers everything they need to conveniently brew superb coffee anywhere. Like the AeroPress Original, the AeroPress Go provides the same great taste and brews American, espresso-style, and cold brew style coffee that can be enjoyed as is or used in a wide range of energizing and refreshing drinks. Designed in Silicon Valley, Made in USA.

Delicious coffee anywhere: Rapidly brews smooth, pure-tasting coffee without the acidity or grit. Optimized for traveling, camping, and boating. Free yourself from hotel coffee!

Compact design, with mug included: Includes microwaveable mug and lid that doubles as a traveling case so you can brew coffee anywhere. Quick to clean and pack up.

Brew American or espresso-style coffee: Brews one to three delicious cups with one press. AeroPress Go can also make cold brew coffee as well as espresso-style coffee for lattes, cappuccinos, and more.

Dimensions: 12.5mm H x 100mm D x 100mm W
Weight: 326g
Water Capacity Water Capacity: 237ml

What is an Aeropress?

The Aeropress is a manual coffee brewing device designed for home or travel use. It uses a combination of pressure and immersion brewing to produce a rich and flavourful cup of coffee.

How does an Aeropress work?

The Aeropress works by steeping coffee grounds in hot water and then using a plunger to create pressure, forcing the brewed coffee through a paper or metal filter into a cup below.

What grind size is best for Aeropress coffee?

A medium-fine to fine grind works well with Aeropress. It should be slightly finer than drip coffee but not as fine as espresso.

What is the recommended coffee-to-water ratio for Aeropress?

A popular ratio is using 1:16 coffee to water, but it can vary based on personal taste. Experiment with different ratios to find what suits your preference.

How long should I steep the coffee in an Aeropress?

Typically, a steeping time of 1-2 minutes is recommended before pressing the coffee through the filter. Adjusting the steeping time can also alter the strength and flavor profile of the coffee.

Can I make espresso with an Aeropress?

While Aeropress can produce a concentrated coffee similar to espresso, it’s not true espresso as it lacks the high pressure and specific extraction methods of an espresso machine.

What type of filter does the Aeropress use?

The Aeropress uses either paper or metal filters. The paper filters provide a cleaner cup while the metal filters allow more oils and fine particles to pass through, resulting in a fuller-bodied coffee.

Is the Aeropress easy to clean?

Yes, the Aeropress is quite easy to clean. Simply remove the filter cap, eject the coffee grounds and filter, and rinse the components with water.

Is the Aeropress durable for travel?

Yes, the Aeropress is made of durable plastic and is portable, making it a popular choice for travellers and coffee enthusiasts on the go. Aeropress also have a Aeropress GO specifically designed for travelling as it features a convenient drinking mug that doubles as a carrying case

Are there any alternative brewing methods with Aeropress?

Yes, many coffee enthusiasts have devised various brewing techniques, such as inverted brewing, which involves flipping the Aeropress upside down during the brewing process for different flavour profiles.

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