Aeropress

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La AeroPress coffee maker It is very easy to use and you have a thousand ways to get the best out of each coffee, its main characteristic being juiciness.

It was invented in 2005 by the American Alan Adler. Its structure is made up of two plastic cylinders that together work like a syringe that introduces pressurized air over the mixture of water and ground coffee to filter the coffee through a paper filter.

Its lightness and compact shape makes it perfect as a travel companion

Its creator, who was also the inventor of the Aerobie Frisbee, created the AeroPress to shorten the brewing time of coffee.

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La AeroPress coffee maker It is very easy to use and you have a thousand ways to get the best out of each coffee, its main characteristic being juiciness.

It was invented in 2005 by the American Alan Adler. Its structure is made up of two plastic cylinders that together work like a syringe that introduces pressurized air over the mixture of water and ground coffee to filter the coffee through a paper filter.

Its lightness and compact shape makes it perfect as a travel companion

Its creator, who was also the inventor of the Aerobie Frisbee, created the AeroPress to shorten the brewing time of coffee.

Preparing an Aeropress at home is simple:

1. Place filter and wet with hot water to eliminate any flavor and preheat the coffee maker.

2. Put the coffee in the coffee maker and pour water between 88ºC and 92ºC in a circular way, making a small pre-infusion. The coffee-water ratio is 18 grams per 200ml.

3. Pour the water up to the indicated marks, let it infuse, place the filter and press until you have 100% of the drink.

The extraction time may vary depending on your recipe, but the most common is 2-3 minutes.