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    1. 12-30-2014 08:27 AM #1
      I just bought one of these off amazon for my gf as a christmas gift and so far I'm the one who's been hogging it all the time. I'm not a big coffee drinker but this little contraption makes the best darn coffee I've ever tasted! It tends to use more ground coffee per cup but the result is smooth and never bitter, apparently due to the extremely short brewing time.

      I'm getting another one ASAP for my dad who happens to be a huge coffee snob.

      Anybody else have one?


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      01-03-2015 04:03 PM #2
      Quote Originally Posted by Old school View Post
      I just bought one of these off amazon for my gf as a christmas gift and so far I'm the one who's been hogging it all the time. I'm not a big coffee drinker but this little contraption makes the best darn coffee I've ever tasted! It tends to use more ground coffee per cup but the result is smooth and never bitter, apparently due to the extremely short brewing time.

      I'm getting another one ASAP for my dad who happens to be a huge coffee snob.

      Anybody else have one?


      It looks like an upside down french press. Have you ever heard of a french press??

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    3. 01-19-2015 02:18 PM #3
      Quote Originally Posted by BetterByDesign View Post
      It looks like an upside down french press. Have you ever heard of a french press??

      I have a French press, this is not a French press. Brew time in the aeropress is under 60 seconds and it is very finely filtered so (to my tastebuds at least) it gives a much smoother, less bitter cup of coffee. It also makes really good espresso.

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      02-10-2016 11:06 PM #4
      try the inverted version. much better.


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      02-19-2016 09:27 AM #5
      Oh, so it makes coffee. I thought it was a repurposed p.... Oh nevermind

    6. 02-19-2016 07:32 PM #6
      My brother just went from an Aeropress to a Chemex and he's enjoying both. Says the Aeropress is easier/faster but the Chemex makes better overall coffee. I don't drink enough to know or tell the difference.

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      06-10-2016 09:16 PM #7
      Just got myself one as well as a small grinder.

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      06-20-2016 09:26 PM #8
      Been trying to use an inverted method lately. To be honest, I have no idea what the fuss is about as the end result is exactly the same.

      What am I doing wrong ?
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      06-22-2016 05:01 PM #9
      I love mine! I use invented and haven't had a bad cup yet!
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