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Aeropress coffee maker Amazon lightning deal £17.00 (Prime exclusive)

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17 Likes
pnaylor39
bought wife last year. fantastic product. in blind tests people couldn't tell difference between this and £200+ coffee maker.

Where did you buy your wife? I'm a bit concerned that people couldn't tell the difference between her and a £200 coffee maker though!

Edited By: Predikuesi on Jan 14, 2017 20:45: oo
6 Likes
I had to buy one after all this passionate discourse.
5 Likes
ive got one of these , best invention ever
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Dot forget the change the paper filters for a metal one completely changes the taste of the coffee for the better and you get a nice froth around the edge of the coffee

Coffee wise I've stuck with single origin bags from good old Aldi under £2 a bag

Oh and use the inverted method not the one in the instruction much better control of brewing times


Edited By: kunjoosewala on Jan 14, 2017 20:02: Added more detail
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mikeyfive
Please would someone be kind enough to post a link to the metal filter mentioned on this thread, I'm a coffee addict and have just bought one.
Never heard of these before. Thanks OP.


Don't bother with the metal filter as I can get at least 5 uses out the 350 paper filters that come with it.

Just wash them out (and I'm not even Northan ;)

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2 Likes #1
Bought at £25 very happy with the coffee .
5 Likes #2
ive got one of these , best invention ever
1 Like #3
Hot! Hot!
Excellent price. I've got one. Use it everyday.


Edited By: Otto.uk on Jan 14, 2017 19:52
1 Like #4
Great price! Recent bought one with a carry bag for £26. This is bargainous and a gateway to some great coffee!

Get some decent stuff though. I can recommend Pact Coffee (have a referral link if anyone's interested :) )

Regardless, great invention and from the guy who invented the Aerobie Flying Disc.

Much heat. But not so much as to scold the coffee.
5 Likes #5
Dot forget the change the paper filters for a metal one completely changes the taste of the coffee for the better and you get a nice froth around the edge of the coffee

Coffee wise I've stuck with single origin bags from good old Aldi under £2 a bag

Oh and use the inverted method not the one in the instruction much better control of brewing times


Edited By: kunjoosewala on Jan 14, 2017 20:02: Added more detail
#6
Does this have the papers and funnel etc?

Scrap that - read the FAQ and it does.

Edited By: Siddas on Jan 14, 2017 20:09
1 Like #7
kunjoosewala
Dot forget the change the paper filters for a metal one completely changes the taste of the coffee for the better and you get a nice froth around the edge of the coffee

Coffee wise I've stuck with single origin bags from good old Aldi under £2 a bag

Oh and use the inverted method not the one in the instruction much better control of brewing times



Amen.

The Aldi stuff is decent for the price, but a bit too coarse a grind for a fine metal filter. Still tastes decent but Pact Coffee is super good.
#8
Great invention, love mine. This is a bargain
2 Likes #9
bought wife last year. fantastic product. in blind tests people couldn't tell difference between this and £200+ coffee maker. use 'inverted method ' and purchase staines steel filter ebay £3. check u-tube videos out for optimal results
2 Likes #10
Cheers OP, been patiently waiting for a discount on this :)
1 Like #11
Is the grind important for using the steel filter? I have lots of ground for my french press, how much of an issue would it be to say use Taylors Lazy Sunday ground?
3 Likes #12
If you like coffee buy this, it's fantastic.

I use a Porex Burr Grinder and try
various beans. If you decide to grind your own beans use a burr grinder.

Nice spot OP

Edited By: bomberman on Jan 14, 2017 20:25: .
1 Like #13
P.S you've spelt aeropress with a t instead of an r. So people won't be able to search for that.
17 Likes #14
pnaylor39
bought wife last year. fantastic product. in blind tests people couldn't tell difference between this and £200+ coffee maker.

Where did you buy your wife? I'm a bit concerned that people couldn't tell the difference between her and a £200 coffee maker though!

Edited By: Predikuesi on Jan 14, 2017 20:45: oo
1 Like #15
Is there a specific metal filter on eBay you would recommend? I've had a look and there are plenty to choose from...
#16
was just about to buy one of these thanks!
3 Likes #17
GibsonSt19
Much heat. But not so much as to scold the coffee.

It's important not to scold coffee ("Bad coffee! Naughty coffee!") - you should explain gently what it did wrong and get it to recognise the acknowledge the poor decision it made.
2 Likes #18
Please would someone be kind enough to post a link to the metal filter mentioned on this thread, I'm a coffee addict and have just bought one.
Never heard of these before. Thanks OP.
1 Like #19
moneysavingkitten
P.S you've spelt aeropress with a t instead of an r. So people won't be able to search for that.


Ta. Rushed it on my phone.
#20


Same one as me very happy with it

Also have a gaggia classic for those times when a flat white is needed. Wife thinks I'm mad and should just buy a jar of instant... X)
#21
GibsonSt19
kunjoosewala
Dot forget the change the paper filters for a metal one completely changes the taste of the coffee for the better and you get a nice froth around the edge of the coffee

Coffee wise I've stuck with single origin bags from good old Aldi under £2 a bag

Oh and use the inverted method not the one in the instruction much better control of brewing times



Amen.

The Aldi stuff is decent for the price, but a bit too coarse a grind for a fine metal filter. Still tastes decent but Pact Coffee is super good.


If you like Pact then try Hasbean. Even better! :D
2 Likes #22
mikeyfive
Please would someone be kind enough to post a link to the metal filter mentioned on this thread, I'm a coffee addict and have just bought one.
Never heard of these before. Thanks OP.


I think you can't help but love it. There's an element of ritual to it for me too. Very Zen!

I bought an Altura filter (lifetime warranty) from Amazon (about £6), but you can get cheaper.
1 Like #23
GibsonSt19
mikeyfive
Please would someone be kind enough to post a link to the metal filter mentioned on this thread, I'm a coffee addict and have just bought one.
Never heard of these before. Thanks OP.
I think you can't help but love it. There's an element of ritual to it for me too. Very Zen!
I bought an Altura filter (lifetime warranty) from Amazon (about £6), but you can get cheaper.


Thank you very much for that, I have a load of ground coffee in the cupboard that will be finally used now! :)
#24
I bought one, loved it, gave it to my brother-in-law when visiting and I bought another. He used it at work and his colleague bought one after trying it.
#25
I don't have Prime and it was £17 including (slow) delivery for me.

I wasn't logged into my Amazon account when I went to the "GET DEAL" link. When I was logged into Amazon and clicked the same link it came up at £24.25

Edited By: ahenry on Jan 14, 2017 21:14
1 Like #26
awesome coffee maker! got a burr grinder for Christmas and now have a coffee ritual like a Japanese tea ceremony. Can't recommend highly enough.
1 Like #27
Hot! I had it in my list, which I regularly check for price reductions, but it didn't show the deal. I've wanted one for ages. Thanks OP!
1 Like #28
Burr grinder recommendations?
2 Likes #29
"Prime exclusive" ?
Not got prime account but still got it for £17
1 Like #30
Ordered and some good tips on coffee brands to try on here.
1 Like #31
Roderz
"Prime exclusive" ?
Not got prime account but still got it for £17


It isn't a prime exclusive. Mods seem to have added that bit, erroneously.
#32
Love ours.

The coffee is a lot smoother than a cafetiere.

I think it came with 350 paper filters and use them at least 5 times each (just wash them the same time).

Have a look on YouTube for the upside down method if you like your coffee a little stronger like myself.
#33
barkercs
Ordered and some good tips on coffee brands to try on here.


The best I have tried is the Aldi Special one Java type.
5 Likes #34
mikeyfive
Please would someone be kind enough to post a link to the metal filter mentioned on this thread, I'm a coffee addict and have just bought one.
Never heard of these before. Thanks OP.


Don't bother with the metal filter as I can get at least 5 uses out the 350 paper filters that come with it.

Just wash them out (and I'm not even Northan ;)
2 Likes #35
GibsonSt19
Burr grinder recommendations?


I'm looking at the Rhinowares slim which has an Aeropress adapter.
#36
Bought! thanks OP, been tempted for quite a while, 33% stock gone
#37
Another Aeropress lover here, but I don't understand the comments about the metal filter - I bought one, but as someone who sucks the dregs from a coffee mug, I didn't like the French press bits at the bottom of a mug. Defeats the object of a very smooth tasting coffee. Do need to get a new bung from somewhere though, as using the inverted method, mine has started to slip. Overused...
#38
Dragon32
barkercs
Ordered and some good tips on coffee brands to try on here.


The best I have tried is the Aldi Special one Java type.


The Aldi Specially Selected ground coffees are superb.
1 Like #39
dammit. Bought! thanks OP
#40
The thing about Aeropress is that it filters out all the nice oils you get in a french press or espresso. Fine if you like weak coffee but I want my coffee to taste like coffee.

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