Friday, November 18, 2011

Holiday Gift Guide - Aerobie AeroPress Coffee & Espresso Maker Review & Giveaway



Do you ever feel like having a cup of coffee, but you don't want to make a whole pot? Do you ever long for a latte or espresso, or even a regular coffee that tastes as good as what you get at the coffee house? Do you want to make a cup of coffee quickly with no mess to clean up? If you do, then the Aerobie AeroPress is the perfect gift for you this holiday season. You can have the best cup of coffee you've ever tried in just minutes, and all you have to do is press.

I received an AeroPress to review and I LOVE it. Using it is simple and fun. The first thing you have to remember, is that it is designed to make espresso. So if you aren't looking for a shot, make sure you have what you need to water it down, whether its water for coffee for frothed milk for a latte. All you have to do is add a little espresso to the press. It comes with a large package of filters so no grinds get into your coffee. Then you add hot water and press. Its that simple.  In just a minute you will have fresh, smooth and delicious coffee that is even better than what you can get at the coffee house.

If you would like to try the Aerobie AeroPress Coffee & Espresso Maker for yourself, it is available online at Amazon for only $25.95. You can also check their website for a list of retailers near you.When you think about how much money you can save by making for own lattes at home, you can really save a fortune. It also is a great gift idea for all the coffee lovers in your life.



In honor of the holiday season, one lucky winner is going to receive an Aerobie AeroPress Coffee Maker of their own. To enter, just fill in the Rafflecopter form below. The winner will be notified via email and will have 48 hours to reply. Thanks again to Aerobie for offering this fantastic prize.







***Please note that I received no form of monetary compensation for this post. I did receive a sample of the product to try in order to write a fair and honest review. The opinions expressed in this review are my own and were not influenced in any way. Please note that I am not responsible for the delivery of this prize and can not be held accountable if, for any reason, is it not received. Furthermore, I am in no way liable for any injuries that may result from the use or misuse of this product. ***

17 comments:

Linda Kish said...

The coffee is less bitter and less acidic.

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AnneLoyd said...

I learned that it only takes one minute!

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Deb said...

Micro filtered for grit free coffee

dfraley3 said...

I learned it takes a minute to make.
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Vicki S said...

I learned the actual
press time takes only 20 seconds & it's made in the USA

Kari said...

Awesome, it works differently than other presses. It's micro filtered for grit free coffee and it only takes one minute. My kind of coffee!! :) Thanks!

A (Daily) Woman said...

Take about a minute to enjoy your coffee from time you start till you enjoy.

Heather! said...

I learned that you should follow the directions exactly because if you use too much water it could make your cup of coffee way too bitter! I get the idea that maybe there's a knack to using this gadget, but it sounds like it is worth the time it takes to learn!

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bison61 said...

in the AeroPress all of the coffee particles contact the same water temperature during the stirring phase.

Don’t worry about your coffee being too cool. About the hottest anyone drinks coffee is 145° F (63° C).

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melissa said...

Looks so cool! I wonder how warm the coffee stays? I love my french press, I have one of these insulating cozies to keep the second cup warm:http://www.etsy.com/shop/emeHANDMADE?section_id=10413550

I wonder if the size of the AeroPress is similar, and I could use it on that, too? Definitely adding it to my Christmas list! :)

Mrs. Lewis said...

I LEARNED I CAN BUY IT ONLINE AT BED BATH AND BEYOND :)

Flour On My Face said...

Grit free coffee with this style of press coffee makers!

rj7777 said...

The press time takes only 20 seconds and leaves no grit. Rita Spratlen rjspratlen@gmail.com

Gianna said...

Total immersion brewing results in uniform
extraction of the ultimate in full coffee
flavor.

Tylerpants said...

I learned that AeroPress recommends using 175° F (80°C) water for coffee. tylerpants(at)gmail.com

Misusedinnocence said...

I learned that it only takes a minute!

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trixx said...

I learned that it makes 1-4 cups (1 or 2 mugs) of coffee or espresso