November 12, 2013

Presto MyJo Single Serve Coffee Maker

Presto MyJo Single Serve French Press Uses K Cups

The Presto MyJo Single Serve Coffee Maker resembles a french press coffee maker and uses K-Cups or a reusable coffee filter for brewing. After featuring the Cafejo Single Serve French Press recently - it's interesting to see another K-Cup french press in such a short time. The Presto MyJo also comes with a reusable coffee filter so you don't have to just use K-Cup portion packs. MyJo gets you the convenience of a single cup coffee maker without the high cost.

The Presto MyJo is also touted as an "on the go" coffee maker, but we see it as a more convenient smaller coffee maker. How does it work?

  • You can heat up water in the MyJo water reservoir in the microwave or use hot water from a hot water dispenser.
  • Place a K-Cup or the reusable coffee in the base and attach the reservoir.
  • Next you place the MyJo on top of your coffee cup and then pump the brewer to make a cup of coffee.

The MyJo also features a silicone grip to make sure you don't drop that hot water reservoir. 

Overall this design is very much a french press which utilizes K-Cups. Given how amazing and easy to use the Cafejo was we're interested to see how MyJo might stack up.

Full video below on the MyJo from Presto:

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Posted by Jay Brewer at November 12, 2013 7:19 AM
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Looks like that video was removed, but here's another one:

Posted by: Matt at December 13, 2013 2:19 PM

I just went to their website and unfortunately it's nothing like a french press or an Aeropress. The bottom is basically a Kcup holder and all it does is push water through it. To use fresh ground coffee you have to use their Kcup sized MyJo cup. So you miss out on the full immersion and complete control over the amount of coffee and saturation time that you get from a french press or Aeropress. Or even a pour over for that matter.

Posted by: AO at November 12, 2013 8:03 AM

I'm a HUGE fan of the Aeropress. I wonder how this compares when using fresh ground coffee.

Posted by: AO at November 12, 2013 7:51 AM
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