Flying-disc Inventor Creates Great Coffee Press
We recently reviewed the new Aeropress Single Serve Coffee and Espresso maker here at Single Serve Coffee. We love it. It also appears that others are really loving the Aeropress as well. This article at the El Paso Times has some great insights into Alan Adler's passion for great products and great coffee.
Frisbees and espresso-coffee makers are a surprising link I discovered while strolling through the displays at the 2006 International Home and Housewares Show in Chicago. Alan Adler offered me a fabulous cup of espresso made with his AeroPress Coffee and Espresso Maker.
There's no high-tech espresso machine or electrical drip brewer; Alan added ground coffee and hot water to the AeroPress placed atop a mug, stirred lightly and then pushed down on a plunger. In less than a minute I was enjoying a rich, smooth drink with low acidity and no bitter grains.
At El Paso Times
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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 11, 2006 7:12 AM
What I really want is a press without the clean up. So coffee in a bag goes into the hot water, it seeps until it's as strong as you like, press out the liquid in the bag like you would a tea bag, then toss the bag. No grounds to deal with. I've tried the pods but I want the water and coffee to combine longer.