January 21, 2008

Handpresso - Portable Espresso and Single Serve Coffee


We've been covering the Handpresso over at Single Serve Espresso this past week. The Handpresso may be one of the coolest portable single serve espresso and coffee makers we've ever seen. Combining a bicycle pump, and using an E.S.E. espresso pod, you simply pump up the Handpresso and pull a perfect shot. You can use it wherever you can get hot water - so we recommend getting a Jet Boil stove for hiking, fishing, or picnic going. You'll impress not only the company your with, but also your taste buds when you have a perfect cup of espresso or coffee on the go.

Single Serve Espresso has also revealed today the Unboxing of Handpresso and their earlier article which features a rather interesting video on Handpresso.

We also have received a Handpresso for review, and we will have a full review soon.

At Handpresso FR and Single Serve Espresso and Handpresso US

You may also want to read our article on the Preva xSport and the Jet Boil French Press to get more ideas on how to make your single serve coffee more portable.

Update: Handpresso is now available in the US here...

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 21, 2008 8:59 AM
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