January 12, 2010

MyPressi Twist Portable Single Serve Coffee Maker Arrives for Review

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We finally have gotten our little single serve coffee hands on a MyPressi Twist. What is the MyPressiTwist? Using a unique pneumatic engine, the sleek portable MyPressi TWIST eliminates the coffee-line wait, the high price tag for quality machinery and the on-the-road "where am I going to get my coffee" quandary. It's very much like the Handpresso, except it uses N02 cartridges instead of a built in pump.


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The MyPressi is on the left and the Handpresso is on the right.
The MyPressi is much heavier and larger.

How does the MyPressi Twist work? To operate the mypressi TWIST, simply insert a cartridge into the pressure chamber, fill the basket with fresh ground coffee or a coffee pod, and fill the upper compartment with hot water. With a simple pull of the trigger the TWIST produces one or two shots of espresso perfection ready to be enjoyed alone, or as the base for any coffee beverage. The TWIST has an easy-to-clean design that is also dishwasher safe, ensuring even after months of use that there are no left over oils to oxidize or spoil subsequent shots.

We'll have a full review soon.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 12, 2010 7:27 AM

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Just wanted to point out that the Mypressi comes with N20 cartridges, not C02. The inventor of the Mypressi has said that C02 cartridges may work, but you use them at your own risk and it's not covered by the warranty.


Posted by: Single Serve Coffee Deals at January 12, 2010 1:55 PM
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