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AeroPress - Official Store, Replacement Parts and AeroPress Recipes
"The AeroPress coffee maker was created by Alan Adler, a Stanford University lecturer and inventor of the Aerobie flying ring. Alan holds over 40 patents."

With coffee grounds and hot water, this wonderfully elegant, simple device makes a concentrate that is not quite as strong as good espresso, with no crema to speak of. If you like espresso, you could stop there. I usually add hot water to dilute to drip coffee strength. Lately I typically use light roasts, with water between 160 and 170 degrees Fahrenheit (checked with a laser thermometer if necessary). I unscrew the filter cap, peel the paper filter off and rinse it for reuse (they'll last for about a month before rupturing--no need to push it that far), and pop the puck right into the compost. Then I reassemble the device with the filter inside, so it dries flat. I've been using this for a long time.
The manufacturer's website has parts Amazon and others don't carry, although shipping and sales tax can add up.
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october 2018 by JJLDickinson
The Art of Aeropress: Make 10 Kinds of Coffee Like Pro Baristas
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september 2018 by sidmitra

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