Aerobie Aeropress Coffee Maker with Storage Bag @ Amazon 23.99
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Aerobie Aeropress Coffee Maker with Storage Bag @ Amazon 23.99

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Found 11th Nov
Aerobie Aeropress with Tote Storage bag and 350 filters. I bought this last month at full price and highly recommend it. Makes excellent coffee very quickly and is so easy to clean.

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Bought mine a couple of years ago and love it.

Use it for home as well as camping or staying in hotels.

My favourite coffee to go in this is Aldi Ethiopian.
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This made excellent coffee when camping this year. Can recommend enough.

Bought mine a couple of years ago and love it.

Use it for home as well as camping or staying in hotels.

My favourite coffee to go in this is Aldi Ethiopian.

I use mine two or three times a day. £23.99 is about the normal price. I paid £24.18 in June.

I use mine all the time. Excellent purchase. As above, I use at home, work and hotels. Much better than coffee machines.

I think this around about the usual price. It may be a couple of pounds cheaper than normal. I snapped one up on Wed when this went on flash sale on Amazon for ~£18. It's really great. Makes a superb coffee.

350 filters is the £27.99 one right?

As above I used up my paper filters and ended up buying a metal filter which makes the coffee taste even better

Also aldi coffee is the one to use

This one

KOFFI ® DISC - Metal Filter for AeroPress - Reusable - Stainless Steel Ultra Fine Mesh Disk - For Better Tasting Coffee amazon.co.uk/dp/…3AF

Great bit of kit as other have said. Year in and instill haven't used all my filters .

I got mine from all the hype and I don't know.. It's sitting in shelve again.. I've not been converted as I feel on par with French press... Prehaps I'm doing it wrong? Using inverted method

This was better than a tassimo and a nespresso imo

Then I got a delonghi bean to cup


Yep, I dont know were it is anymore neither, back of a cupboard I think

They are not bad. They are a french press without the mess (non of the grounds at the end of the cup). However there are similarly priced espresso gadgets for those that like the crema.

For me love my nespresso.. No competition.. Aldi pods do the job nicely

Dragon323 h, 48 m ago

Bought mine a couple of years ago and love it.Use it for home as well as …Bought mine a couple of years ago and love it.Use it for home as well as camping or staying in hotels.My favourite coffee to go in this is Aldi Ethiopian.

​Aldi Ethiopian also my favourite, but it wasn't there last week, hope it hasn't been discontinued

makes a decent cup of coffee and it's straight forward and convenient. I have a number of coffee gadgets but use my aeropress exclusively at work 2 or 3 times a day

This was £18.50 on lightening deal two days ago. So might be worth keep checking

wadeywilson120 m ago

​Aldi Ethiopian also my favourite, but it wasn't there last week, hope i …​Aldi Ethiopian also my favourite, but it wasn't there last week, hope it hasn't been discontinued


are they beans or pre-ground?

Pre ground I did notice they have disappeared but then some came in stock

Also like Columbia and Kenya pre ground from aldi

Use the aeropress using the inverted method and you can control brew times better .. though make sure it doesn't topple over

Left instAnt coffee for an aeropress about 2 1/2 years ago. Now also have a gaggia classic for lattes flat white
Edited by: "kunjoosewala" 11th Nov

mozbud13 m ago

are they beans or pre-ground?

Pre-ground

kunjoosewala5 m ago

Pre ground I did notice they have disappeared but then some came in stock …Pre ground I did notice they have disappeared but then some came in stock Also like Columbia and Kenya pre ground from aldi Use the aeropress using the inverted method and you can control brew times better .. though make sure it doesn't topple overLeft instAnt coffee for an aeropress about 2 1/2 years ago. Now also have a gaggia classic for lattes flat white



OK, thanks. I always use the inversion method as I use a metal filter and to much water drains through if you use the normal method. I generally buy beans but may give the pre-ground a try

wadeywilson14 h, 32 m ago

​Aldi Ethiopian also my favourite, but it wasn't there last week, hope i …​Aldi Ethiopian also my favourite, but it wasn't there last week, hope it hasn't been discontinued

I know my wife had not been able to find it the last couple of days.

It went down hill around a year ago as did the Kenyan Aldi coffee (my second favourite), but now it's been ok again for a whole (not sure if Africa had a bad harvest or something)?

mozbud4 h, 13 m ago

are they beans or pre-ground?

Yes they are pre ground.

I did buy some beans to grind myself a while ago, but prefer the Aldi Ethiopian still.


I use the inversion method with my AeroPress as like it stronger.

Dragon321 h, 11 m ago

I know my wife had not been able to find it the last couple of days. It …I know my wife had not been able to find it the last couple of days. It went down hill around a year ago as did the Kenyan Aldi coffee (my second favourite), but now it's been ok again for a whole (not sure if Africa had a bad harvest or something)?

Weird, I used to like the Kenyan, but stopped buying it as I thought they changed it. Now I know I'm not going mad

260 degress of heat for the same price this is always? HUKD really is pretty f**ked up these days.

wadeywilson112th Nov

Weird, I used to like the Kenyan, but stopped buying it as I thought they …Weird, I used to like the Kenyan, but stopped buying it as I thought they changed it. Now I know I'm not going mad

I gave the Kenya and Ethiopian about 3 or 4 goes each with different bags thinking it may have been a bad batch, but it stayed the same so stopped buying it, but can definitely say the Ethiopian is back to normal now.
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