The perfect mate for our favorite Blue Star Coffee, these coffee makers are great for a cup on the go or at home. We like the travel version for camping, backpacking, and adventures that call for a little extra caffeine.
The AeroPress is ideal for any coffee lover looking for a rich and smooth cup of coffee without acidity or bitterness. Brews one to three delicious cups of American or espresso style coffee in about a minute, and clean up takes only a few seconds.
It’s a great addition to any kitchen but since it is durable, lightweight, and compact, the AeroPress also makes the perfect companion when traveling, camping, or just going to work. This maker is BPA free!
Includes: 350 filters, chamber, plunger, filter cap, filter holder, funnel, stirrer and scoop. This set does not include a cup or mug.
Weight: 16.5 oz.
AeroPress Go (travel):
The AeroPress Go travel coffee maker is engineered to fuel an active lifestyle. It gives coffee lovers everything they need to conveniently brew superb coffee anywhere they want.
Like the original AeroPress, the AeroPress Go brews American, espresso, and cold brew style coffee that can be enjoyed as is or used in a wide range of energizing and refreshing drinks. This maker is BPA free!
Includes: Travel mug with, 350 micro-filters in a storage carton, chamber, plunger, filter cap, filter holder, stirrer, scoop, and red lid.
AeroPress Micro-filters: Compatible with the AeroPress coffee maker and the AeroPress Go travel coffee press.
These filters are biodegradable/compostable.
Includes: 350 count.
The company was founded in 1984 by Alan Adler, a renowned inventor and retired Stanford University engineering instructor, to manufacture and sell his revolutionary sporting goods inventions, including the Aerobie Pro flying ring, which set a Guinness World Record for the longest throw.
In 2004 Alan began studying the coffee brewing process and analyzing coffee maker designs in order to create a truly innovative device that would brew a superior cup of coffee. At a coffee industry trade show in November, 2005, Aerobie debuted its breakthrough AeroPress coffee maker.
Product photos by Nikki Bigger and Ben Waugh.