The AeroPress brews faster than gravity drip methods, because of air pressure. The short time extracts rich flavor and leaves the bitterness in the grounds. And, of course, the AeroPress allows you to use any temperature water. 175F (80C) water is the overwhelming favorite of many tasters. If you haven't tried that you owe it to yourself to give it a try. Now we've discovered that AeroPress can brew in two minutes with room-temperature water. That brews the smoothest cup of all.
- previous post: Hi Alan, Long-time barista through college here (now working a suit and tie job). Your Aeropress is my go-to every day. What is the best way to store the Aeropress after use? I usually separate all the complements and air dry them on a towel. Thanks! – From John G.
- next post: Hi Alan, Hope your well. Thanks to you, and your team, for being so dedicated to one amazing product. It certainly proves that it's better to focus on doing one product well than pushing out new items for the sake of it. I was wondering, what is the average life expectancy of the new silicone seal? since it won't be as severely affected by coffee oils like the previous rubber one. I know this is hard to answer as everyone's usage will be entirely different and grind / origin will also play a part but I assume some testing was done and showed a increased life expectancy of x% ? Please keep up the amazing work and I hope you and the team still get as much enjoyment from what you do as those who use the aeropress each and every day of which I am one voice amongst millions. Kind regards, Kenny – From Kenny P.